If you’re buying recreational land for the first time, you’ve quickly realized that this is much different than buying a home. In fact, the prospect of checking out different properties and making a good buying decision may seem a bit overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be, though. First, connect with an experienced real estate expert… more Helpful Tips for First-Time Recreational Land Buyers
If you’re looking to buy recreational land, the advantages of being near public lands are pretty clear. Just last month, 38.1% of LANDTHINK’s audience chimed-in on our sponsored Pulse question and indicated that buying rural land located near public land is SOMEWHAT IMPORTANT. There is an incredible amount of federal and state-owned land around the country,… more Buying Recreational Property near Public Land
The Realtors Land Institute, the top association in the U.S. for land brokers, holds occasional member roundtables to hear how things are going. In a recent roundtable, participants were bullish about how land sales are going despite the pandemic. A Colorado broker talked about heavy interest from California land buyers for properties in Idaho, and… more Land Sales Staying Strong during Pandemic, RLI Members say
Happy New Year! ‘Getting away from it all’ has been a theme throughout 2020, and that need for ‘recreational distancing’ is stronger than ever as we move into the new year. So if you’re ready to find your getaway to hunt, camp, fish, kayak, hike, or just relax, make a resolution to start your land search in 2021! Begin with… more New Year, New Newsletter! What’s your land buying resolution?
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, PotlatchDeltic’s properties in Idaho were popular with urbanites in West Coast states like Washington, Oregon, and California. But now, with more people than ever looking to get away from it all, interest in rural properties is surging. We like to call this trend “recreationally distancing” – leaving the city… more It’s a great time to get away from it all in Idaho