Inside Intel on Selecting Your Perfect Outdoors Property

As a Realtor® and avid outdoorsman, I’ve guided clients on the sale and purchase of all types of hunting and recreational land. These are the most important factors you should consider when evaluating a parcel:

1) Look for a volume discount: Normally, the larger the parcel, the lower the cost per acre. 

2) Location, location, location: Does the parcel have public land adjacent to it? What is the terrain? High or low ground?  

3) Accessibility: What is access to the property like at different times of the year? Consider all of northern Minnesota’s weather possibilities. 

4) Feast or famine: What is the animal count on the parcel?  

5) Making changes: What are local restrictions for building or improving the parcel?

6) Life happens: What is the worst-case scenario if you have to sell the property?

Please share some information with me on what you’re looking for and I can give you feedback and ideas.

Yours in the outdoors,
Todd Christenson, Realtor®, Coldwell Banker Northwoods Realty