Many people ask us what the consequence is when a property they have an interest in buying does not touch on a public road.
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This article builds on "A Framework for Changes that Could Disrupt the Forest Industry", my previous LANDTHINK post that introduced a simple approach...
World events and shifting markets increase our awareness and interest in the broader range of disruptions potentially relevant to forestry.
Savvy investors have long realized the advantages of owning real, tangible assets, especially those backed by underlying land.
Many investors see timberland as a safe place to put money.
Diversification is a risk reduction strategy illustrated in the idiom “don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” This implies we risk everything by...
Going online is certainly an important part of buying a recreational property, whether it’s reviewing photos of the site, looking into nearby spots...
Many people tell us they struggle with the best way to make an offer after finding a rural property they want to purchase.
My older daughter* likes to tell the following joke: “Why did the banker quit his job?” “Because he lost interest.”
When shopping for rural land, we suggest this check list to make sure you don’t overlook anything important.