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Published On: Wed, Oct 30th, 2019

Where Can You Find Hunting Land for Sale?

If you look forward to your hunting holiday every year, and so do you friends, then have you considered buying your own hunting land?  Often a hunting party group will grow over the years and you start to make a vacation of the event, with all family members coming along and enjoying the outdoors for a weekend or week.  The hunting is just a bonus. Well have you considered that there is hunting land for sale throughout the United States?  An exciting prospect for any hunted who enjoys it.

Where Can You Find Hunting Land for Sale?

There is hunting land available to buy across most of the US, with a concentration in Colorado, Texas, Oregon, Washington and New Mexico.  Prices can start from as little as $30,000 and increase based on whether there is property on the land, and how large the piece of land. There are also other countries where you can buy hunting land such as Coast Rica, Mexico and Canada.

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In addition to having hunting rights on the land some come with mineral rights as well so you could have a very lucrative opportunity.  

One thing to consider with hunting ranches is that you may want to go into the venture with friends, due to cost of larger tracts of land.  It will often be more affordable for all and make more sense if several parties invest in the land. You can also consider renting out the property and providing a hunting permit for visitors, this can help to offset the cost of the purchase.  But also keep in mind that the land should keep its value or even increase in value over time, so land is a savvy investment.

Some online land brokers have a large selection of hunting ranches and land for sale, with a variety of options from vacant land, to ranches with several properties on them.  Some land may have forests and rivers as well, so consider this when selecting your land.

Find Your Ideal Hunting Land

You may be at a point in your life where you are considering a relocation or change of career, maybe even early retirement.  For a family that enjoys the outdoors and hunting season, relocating to a ranch could be an option. You could either purchase a residential ranch where you will have the comforts of home on your own land, or even a commercial ranch where along with your home, you will have accommodation to rent out to holiday makers and hunters, or even camping land.  Available in some states are both cattle and horse ranches, so that might be another avenue to consider especially for a commercial ranch.

So, rather than think about when you’re going to take your next hunting vacation, why not consider with your friends or family when you’re going to purchase your own hunting land.  It could be a radical decision, but be the best decision you’ve made, whether as an investment, or as a total change of lifestyle.

Author: James Daniel

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