Looking for your favorite place?  We got you covered!

Looking for your favorite place? We got you covered!

It’s safe to say each property is unique. Even adjacent tracts of land can vary in its usage as well as what it’s capable of producing. That’s why it can be difficult to find your favorite place…the place you want above all other properties. In order to find your favorite place, you must know what it is you are looking for and the best ways to locate a property loaded with your desired attributes.

For example, let’s say you’re an avid hunter who is seeking a hunting property but would like to have timber investment potential. In this case you would need to research what areas are known for great hunting, which also varies depending on the species you’re interested in. Also, some research into the timber market would provide some insight as to where you may find above average timber land properties.

Also, if you are seeking a property with diverse attributes, I would suggest you write a list of what you need a property to possess and what is a bonus. Keep this list with you and edit it as you see fit when going to property showings. The more land you see, the more confident you will be in what you need and what attributes are a bonus. This is no different than finding a home that it suitable for all your needs.

You can increase your chances of finding your dream property by working with people who specialize in land. People who understand what it is that draws you to the outdoors and share your passion for conservation and spending time with family and friends. People who put their boots on and hit the field every single day. People who work for the nation’s leading outdoor brand and know the local land market like the back of their hand. From home sites with ample acreage, to timber land investment properties, to hunting hot spots, we have you covered. With millions of dollars’ worth of listing across three states and seven offices, we can find what you are seeking…if we don’t already have it listed.

 

Andrew Walters