Buying Land

Tips for Buying Great Deer Hunting Land

If you are one of over 11.5 million avid deer hunters in the United States, then you know the importance of pristine hunting land for sale. Whether you are in search of the perfect deer-hunting destination to visit with your buddies or you’re tired of overcrowded and overhunted public land, there is a checklist that you should follow.

I’m sure you’ve heard the saying “a goal without a plan is only a dream”. Owning hunting land is every hunter’s dream, but purchasing land is a process that can sometimes take years. There are a lot of factors to take into consideration.

What should you be looking for? What can you afford? Do you have an intent to build? What ingredients create ideal hunting land conditions? Before you write a sizable check to make that important purchase, be confident that you have the right components for not only hunting success, but also a great investment.

Pat Porter, owner and broker at RecLand Realty, talks you through the most important points so you’re fully prepared for the process of buying hunting land.

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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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