When you start thinking about buying recreational land for sale to call your own, it’s important to realize that this is quite different from buying a house. Every piece of property is different, and it’s important to work with a recreational real estate expert to help you avoid some of the common pitfalls recreational buyers sometimes experience.
Recreational land buyers we work with at PotlatchDeltic often talk about how they haven’t made this type of purchase before, so they appreciate it when an expert helps them along the way, and when they find a property where there are no significant issues, reducing the chance of surprises in the buying process.
For some assistance, this article published on LandThink.com by Mark Bice, a Senior Real Estate & Acquisitions Manager for PotlatchDeltic, offers up six tips to help a buyer go through the process of buying recreational land with no pitfalls! Click below to read the full article.
Members of the PotlatchDeltic Preferred Broker Network can help you as you seek out recreationally distanced land buying options, from site visit through closing. Contact the broker nearest where you’re interested in taking the next step toward buying.