When thinking about your recreational or hunting property purchase, a lot goes into it. According to the most recent LANDTHINK Pulse Survey, travel time takes top priority and buyers are willing to travel 100 miles to use the property. CLICK THE ARTICLE BELOW FOR MORE DETAIL! Want to know more about making the purchase decision? … more How far would you travel to your rec property?
It’s a question many buyers ask. If you want to be able to harvest timber on the recreational property you’re going to purchase, consider whether the property will be attractive to a logging company. With this in mind, you’ll also want to consider how many acres are truly “timbered” and not in areas that have… more To harvest timber, how much land do you need?
So, you’ve been thinking all year about buying your own recreational property so you can have a home base for all your outdoor activities. But now it’s October, and the first signs of winter are coming soon. The good news? It isn’t too late to buy in 2017. “We can help buyers narrow their choices… more Now’s the Time to Buy Recreational Property, Before Winter Hits
If you’re a deer hunter in Mississippi or Alabama and planning your hunting trips for next winter, you may wonder how to know when the all-important rut will occur – that wonderful time when bucks are on the move in areas where does are bedding down. Unfortunately, the answer isn’t simple, because of the nature… more Predicting the Deer Rut in the South can be Tricky
A recent post by one of our own Preferred Brokers – not a risky read to find out ideas to help prevent, mitigate or transfer your risk. Nice article Jonathan – thanks Southeastern Land Group! Risks to Owning Rural Land