As we start to head into the fall – a time when many recreational land buyers are thinking about hunting season – the land sales market continues to be strong. The continuing pandemic has only intensified the desire for many people to want a place of their own, away from everything but trees and wildlife.… more Standout Trends in Recreational Land
Every recreational land buyer will have to answer a key question: Should you buy a property that has improvements like an access road and power, or would you rather purchase an unimproved tract that will require putting in those features later? Getting to the best answer for you requires some thought; it’s important to understand… more Should you Buy Improved or Unimproved Recreational Property?
Buyer demand for recreational land for sale has actually intensified through the pandemic, because buyers have realized the many benefits of owning their own recreational tract. As we head into summer, it looks like the market will be very healthy for the rest of the year. That’s what we’re hearing from our PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker Network, which… more Recreational Land Sales Outlook Bright for 2021
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