This is a question I have received from many landowners looking to cut timber on their own property or perspective buyers looking to purchase land...
Tag - Buying Land
What does the phrase “Good Timberland Investment” actually mean? It is a common descriptive phrase that helps illustrate a feature of land for sale.
There are a number of reasons why you may want to selectively harvest timber after you buy a recreational property.
Almost weekly people call me telling me they are looking to make their first rural land purchase. This article is meant to be a short primer on a...
Listen as Pat Porter, land broker at RecLand Realty, addresses a question that land agents are asked quite often, especially from first time land...
The March LANDTHINK Pulse revealed that 37.13% of respondents believe that spring is the best time of the year to view property before buying it.
On the way home from school last Friday, my son JD, asked me “What is wrong with buying a property that already has a conservation easement on it?”
According to the January LANDTHINK Pulse results, 51.99% of respondents indicated that a 7-8% interest rate is too high for investing in land.
As a recreational land buyer, one of the first questions you should ask is simple yet extremely important: How much land should you be looking for?
There is a craving in the human heart for mystery. We are paradoxically at the same time drawn to and afraid of the unknown.