Selling Land

Simple Land Improvements Can Make a Big Difference

When the time comes to sell your land, you can maximize your return by making a few simple land improvements, as Pat Porter, broker at RecLand Realty explains. Curb appeal is a term that is usually associated with the general attractiveness of a house, but the concept can also be applied to land.

As a land seller, taking curb appeal into account can be incredibly important. To potential buyers, the appearance of your land can be a major factor in how valuable they perceive a property to be and how enthusiastic they are about making an offer. Presenting your land for sale in the best light also helps buyers envision what they can do with the property.

Each property is different, but most of the time a landowner can boost the curb appeal of their property without breaking the bank. Usually, it’s worth the money to make it look good, show easier, sell faster and enhance the return. If you’re thinking about selling your land and interested in finding out more about what you can do to improve the appearance of your property, reach out to a local land agent.

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About the author

Pat Porter

Pat is the owner / broker for RecLand Realty. RecLand specializes in selling hunting land, timberland, farms, & ranches in LA, AR, MS, TX, IA, & MO. See their company website at

Pat, his wife, and three boys are land owners and enjoy hunting, shooting, and an outdoor lifestyle. They live in northeast Louisiana and are usually in the woods somewhere several times a week.

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