Why Sell Your Land with Base Camp Country Real Estate in 2021

Whether you are someone who wons more acres than I (personally) could count, or you just inherited your family farm. There is no better time than now to sell your land.

When selling a rural plot of land, there are dozens of small details to consider. Which, to the untrained, can be easy to miss.

That’s why working with a team from a well-known, highly respected company can be an invaluable resource. Don’t get stuck with a traditional agent ready to make a buck; work with a true land professional to assure you will be getting the best price on your property.

  1. Rural Real Estate vs. Traditional Real estate

To many people who are inexperienced with the buying and selling of land, it is easy to think that bit is the same as buying or selling a residential home. That could not be further from the truth.

With rural real estate and the buying of properties, things change immensely.  For one, the amount that you can get from selling a rural; property is more than just location and size. You have to consider the features that the land has that may make it more valuable

. Things like

  • Water features
  • Timber
  • Hunting Opportunities
  • Farming Oppurtuinites
  • etc.

All of those things and more are what determines how much you should be getting from your land. This is why working with a traditional real estate agent just isn’t as good as working with people who specialize in these types of properties.

The agents at BCCRE are more than just trained in understanding land values. They live it. All of our agents are outdoorsmen and hunters first, making them the best possible person to evaluate your land and ensure that you are getting what it is worth.

What may look like a simple stretch of trees to the untrained eye could be the perfect spot for deer to bed down. High-quality hunting land is worth a higher premium than that without. So working with an agent and company that you can trust is invaluable.

  1. Simply the Best

Now that you know that it is important for you to work with land professionals who know what they are doing, how do you choose who to work with? At BCCRE, we have made it simple to understand what makes us stand out in the crowd.  That is experience and expertise.

The Base Camp   Country family has been around for more than 20 years.  Our sister company ABse Camp Leasing is the largest hunting lease company in the united states and widely regarded as the best. We took that same high level of business and brought it into the rural real estate market. Allowing our customers, new and old, to have an outlet to have their land sold at a premium.

Longs story short is that we are a company with concrete roots in the industry and know what we are  doing. Family and hunters always come first, and we work to serve you, not the other way around like our competition. If you have questions, you call, and we answer; it’s that simple. No email hoops to jump through, just high-quality service from a team that you can trust.

  1. Extensive Pool of Buyers

Along with our proven methods of success that were taken from Base Camp  Leasing is our pool of highly qualified buyers.

With an email list of more than 30,000 and thousands of premium buyers, we can offer your property to a substantial amount of buyers as soon as it hits the market.

  1. Dedicated Marketing Team

Along with our team of  Executives and agents is our dedicated in-house marketing team. They can make sure that your p[roetry is getting the exposure that it deserves across the web.

From paid ads to agents taking quality photos and videos, Facebook posts, and newsletters sent to over 30,000 subscribers. We make sure that your property is seen by the RIGHT people.

  1. We Care

Many real estate companies can make promises about their competency as a company, the dedication of their employees, and knowledge of the industry. WE can assure you that our team is made up of people just like you who want to help you make your land dreams come true.

Give one of our agents a call at any time and see just how much they can do for you!

The 5 Best Ways to Earn Income on Land in 2021

As far as investments go, it is hard to find one that has as much upside as owning land. I mean heck, they aren’t making any more of it, are they? We are going to break down our all-around favorite ways to earn extra income on your land, passively!

Maybe you have never owned land before and you heard that it is a hot commodity and solid investment. Or perhaps you already own land (maybe you own too MUCH land) and are ready to turn it into a passive income machine.

This blog goes over 3 of the biggest ways to take a piece of land, and let it start earning you money right away!

  1. Lease The Hunting Rights

Arguably the easiest way for you to begin earning passive income on your land quickly would be to lease the hunting rights.

Depending on how well suited your land is for hunting, among other factors, will determine the potential money to be made.

If you have things like an abundance of rubs, stellar trail cam footage of big bucks, a food plot even. The price you are able to charge goes up. While it previously was a daunting process to allow strangers to pay to hunt on your land, in 2021 it has gotten simplified.

The introduction of hunting lease and vacant land insurance was also a game-changer. Ensuring that you as a landowner can always be protected from potential legal costs on your land. At Base Camp Country Real Estate we recommend the American Hunting Lease Association for all of your insurance needs.

You are now able to take the work out of the process and let a team of professionals take care of it for you! Companies like Base Camp Leasing have thousands of leases being used every day. Constantly adding to their inventory of high-quality leases, if you don’t see exactly what you would like, just wait, they may have it soon!

  1. Timber

Timberland investment is something that may be easy to miss if you don’t know what you are looking for. You might already have a stash of trees that are ready to let you start earning.

When you work with professionals in timberland investment they make sure it is done right. This means cutting down only the right trees in order to keep them growing and earning indefinitely!

The amount you can earn on your land with timber can vary greatly. Depending on certain factors like k types of tree and the current market.  This again is where working with real land professionals comes into play for helping you earn income on your land.

If you do not have trees for timber investments, or not as much as you like owning land gives you the ability to plant the trees you would like!

 

  1. Vacation Rental

Somewhat new to the game, if you have a house on your land. You are in for a real cash cow! The days of stuffy motels are over and people want to experience vacation from the comfort of someone else’s home!

Companies like Air BnB have made it super easy and accessible to list your homes for the public. A house on a piece of land is a destination itself! Folks from the city are more than willing to shell out for a stay in the country.

  1. Camping Rental

Even newer to the game are camping rentals! Imagine this, you own 30 acres. You have a small corner off the edge of your pond that you know is beautiful. You just don’t have a use for it. Flatten it out, add an access road and a bonfire pit, and BOOM you have an easily marketable spot on your land. That people will love to pay money for.

Companies like Hipcamp, much like Air BnB, have made this as accessible as the internet is. It is also up to you how much extra effort you want to put into your land to make it capable.

  1. Farm Land Leasing

Something that should come as no shock to people is the ability to lease a part of your land to farmers!

If you have 80 acres and really just do not use all of it, get in contact with a local farmer! Depending on the conditions of your land you could be eligible to have the farmer pay you to put crops on it!

It is another super easy and hands-off way to earn income on your land that every landowner could benefit from or at least look into!

 

Conclusion

Buying a piece of rural land in 2021 could seem daunting. It is not quite the same as just buying a residential home and there are hundreds of small variables to consider. However, in today’s day and age, there are systems in place to assist you in those things. Making passive income on that land extremely easy to come by!

If you are in the market or are now convinced of how good of an investment land is. Get in contact with us today! Additionally, we have dozens of properties available to buy right now. That could start generating you passive income fast!

3 Advantages to Owning Land!

2020-2021 showed a mass exodus of cities, towns, neighborhoods, and populated places as a whole. Driven by the unwarranted solidarity given to us by COVID, people are changing where they want to live and raise a family. From renting homes to owning land, change is coming.

Can you  blame them?

Forget the events of the last year; owning your own land is the ultimate way to live in complete freedom. Freedom from neighbors and freedom to do as you please on your own piece of America. The list of things you can do on your own land is endless! Here are a few of our favorite things to do on your own land.

  1. Hunting on Your Own Land

Now, not everyone who buys a piece of rural property is going to be a hunter. But it is no coincidence that a lot of people who spend their time hunting wouldn’t mind living on the land where they hunt.

There is something undoubtedly special about hunting the animals on your very own piece of land. You are able to set up the land to the exact specifications that you like. For example:

  • Custom food plots
  • Trail cams
  • Deer blinds
  • Tree Stands

That is just scratching the surface of the type of things you can do on your land to improve the quality of your hunting. If you are not into hunting, this could be your chance!

Nothing goes better with a self-sufficient lifestyle than hunting and harvesting food on your own land from the animals you provided habitat for.

There are also a ton of benefits in starting hunting as an adult, a few of those being

  • Organic Meat
  • Learn about environmental conservation
  • A deeper appreciation for food and animals
  • Unlimited life lessons to pass on to your family.

While you don’t have to hunt on the rural land you bought, it is a nice bonus to know that the option is always there if you want it!

  1. Farming/ Gardening

Circling back around to one of the benefits of hunting. There really is something about providing your family with food from your land that cant be described.

Hearing the words “farming” can sound intimidating to someone who is not used to that type of lifestyle. But with your own land, you control the scale of farming/gardening that you would like to do!

You may start with the basics, a few tomato and cucumber plots, and maybe some fall squash! You could also jump right in! Depending on the amount of land you own and the time you have at your disposal, you could be providing a huge amount of food a year! Like everything else, when you are owning your own land, it is completely up to you!

Even if you don’t want to use food production as a serious food source, it is a great hobby that the whole family can do. It gets you outside, in nature, and engaging the land you call home. These are invaluable lessons that can really only be taught by doing.

Lessons that would be much harder to learn from an apartment or crowded subdivision

  1. Recreation on Your Land

At this point in the blog, it has become obvious how PRACTICAL and smart it is to buy your own piece of land. But that’s not the only thing to love about owning land. You also get to ENJOY the land every day.

Some of our favorite things to do on our land for fun include

  • Hiking
  • Shooting
  • Full-Size sports ( if you have enough clear space, you can have your own regulation size field for any sport you like!)
  • ATV (from using them to just get around to making a track for the kids, there is no better place to ride an ATV than rural land)
  • Fishing
  • Camping
  • Many more!

The type of recreation you can do while owning your own land is as limitless as your imagination! Your kids will love the freedom they have, and you can have the peace of mind that they are having fun away from the dangers other people may bring.

You will also be the destination spot for all your friends and family if that’s what you want, of course. Enjoy massive bonfires and BBQs with as many friends as you can fit! Forget the days of a crowded living room and enjoy your parties outside!

Conclusion

I am not usually one to commend following trends, but the trend of moving away from the crowd to your own land is os something I strongly believe in. From dreams of running with the dog in your open field to providing off the land. It is something that everyone should experience in their life.

Now just happens to be the best time to be owning land. Do it right by working with Land Professionals from Base Camp Leasing who know exactly what to look for when it comes to land.!

Rural Land |4 States You Should Consider

Being able to say that you own the land that you do your hunting on is something not enough people get to experience. There is something exceptional about becoming a rural landowner that the Team at Base Camp Country Real Estate knows all too well.

We have agents all over the country who are landowners themselves, working with people to make their dreams come true.

But if you are a hunter looking for land, where should you buy it? The plains of Wisconsin or the rolling hills of Kentucky? Each state has its own unique factors that make them stand out. Here are a few of our favorite states to buy rural hunting land in.

  1. Rural Land in Minnesota

Minnesota is home to thousands of acres of beautiful land. From dense forests to the seemingly endless amount of small lakes and rivers. This state is considered by many to be a premier destination for outdoor living/activities, which makes it a prime spot to buy rural land in. There has never been a better time to looking into the land for sale in Minnesota!

Hunting In Minnesota

While the state is famous for its high-level fishing, the hunting that takes place in Minnesota every year is no slouch. The environment of Minnesota is what makes it a truly unique hunting experience compared to other states. Which also makes the land for sale in Minnesota one of a kind.

  • Varied Landscape: Minnesota is home to four distinct biomes. While different in makeup, they all provide good habitats for the state’s deer population.
  • Public land: Minnesota offers close to 1.3 million acres of wildlife management areas. With much of that is offering high-quality deer hunting. While they may be high-pressure areas, if the land you own is not enough for the avid hunter in your family, don’t worry! There is public land scattered throughout the state ready to be hunted!

Full article over Minnesota here.

Land available in Minnesota here.

  1. Land in Ohio

The state of Ohio may not jump off the page when you start thinking about where to buy your dreamland. But don’t be fooled; Ohio has many advantages that other states do not.

  • Big cities: Ohio is home to multiple large cities spread throughout the entire state. With cities like Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, and others all over the state. You are never too far from a large city. Which can be optimal for some people.
  • Seasonal Beauty: Anyone who has ever had the pleasure of visiting Ohio in the fall or spring would be able to back me up on this. Ohio is not just gorgeous by Midwest standards; it is truly one of the most scenic places in the country for some months out of the year. Pair that with its coastline on lake Erie and multiple national parks to get you a state’s true gem.

Hunting in Ohio.

For many people looking to buy rural land, the quality of hunting in the area is almost as important as anything else. Ohio happens to be one of the best whitetail hunting states in the country. Consistently cracking into the Boone and Crockett Club, this state has been home to some serious monster bucks.

Public land hunting in Ohio: Home to far more public land than many people might think, there are multiple options throughout the state to chase bug bucks.

Full article on Ohio Here.

Land available in Ohio here.

  1. Rural Land in Michigan

Michigan is one of the most diverse places to buy land, with many reasons to choose it. Some of the things that allow Michigan to be a stand out are:

  • With over 1,300 miles of trails, 10 million acres of public land, and 360,000 specifically dedicated to wildlife species management and habitat management, this makes the state a nature lovers’ dream. They also have over 100 state parks, meaning that you aren’t far from one, no matter where you live in the state!
  • Coast Line: One of the best things about Michigan is that you are always close to water. With more freshwater shoreline than any state, you are never more than 100 miles from one of the great lakes. Take your love of the water to the next level in Michigan! Enjoy fishing, boating, or just being by the water!
  • Low Cost: Something everyone might not know about Michigan is its meager cost of living. It is ranked 4th in the nation on the list of most affordable states to live in. Additionally, the average monthly utility bill is 17 WHOLE PERCENT, lower than the countries average.
  • Season: While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, Michigan gives you the chance to experience every season. From 100 degree summers to a foot of snow and everything in between. If you enjoy getting a piece of each season, then Michigan should be at the top of your list.

Hunting In Michigan

For many people looking to buy a piece of rural land, hunting falls into the group of things they are interested in. Whether you want the land to do the actual hunting on or just want to be close to going public hunting, Michigan has it for you.

Full article on Michigan here.

Available properties in Michigan here.

  1. Sweet Home Indiana

Now I might be partial to Indiana because it is both where I live and where Base Camp Country Real Estate is based. But that’s not to say that it isn’t a great state to buy rural land in! For both hunting, living, and investment opportunities, Indiana is a great place to be.

Indiana Hunting Advantages

One of the most intriguing aspects of owning land in Indiana is the hunting available. Indiana is quickly on the rise as a home for Big Bucks. With vast areas of public hunting ground in the north and south of the state. There is plenty of options in that regard if public land hunting interests you.

If you want to avoid the competition of public land, private hunting land in Indiana is very popular. With almost no public hunting land in the central parts of the state, owning your own land in Indiana has many advantages. High-quality waterfowl and turkey hunting are also common around the state, with many of our own properties giving you exclusive access to your own private bird hunting.

Full article on Indiana here.

Available properties in Indiana here.

Conclusion

No matter what you want out of your land, Base Camp Country Rela state can help you find the perfect match. There are dozens of things to consider, and working with a qualified and experienced Land Professional is really the only way to do it right.

If you are ready to start looking for your dream property, check out what we have available here!

Buying Rural Land in Michigan

Are you looking to buy rural land in Michigan? Land in Michigan provides multiple advantages that other states can’t compete with. From its miles of coastline to exceptional hunting, you might just be calling Michigan home soon.

Why Rural Michigan Land?

There are dozens of states (50 to be exact) to choose to buy land in possibly. All with their own factors that make them unique.

Land in Michigan is no different, with plenty of things that make it a premier destination to buy land. Some of those things include

  • With over 1,300 miles of trails, 10 million acres of public land, and 360,000 specifically dedicated to wildlife species management and habitat management, this makes the state a nature lovers’ dream. They also have over 100 state parks, meaning that you aren’t far from one, no matter where you live in the state!
  • Coast Line: One of the best things about Michigan is that you are always close to water. With more freshwater shoreline than anyu state, you are never more than 100 miles from one of the great lakes. Take your love of the water to the next level in Michigan! Enjoy fishing, boating, or just being by the water!
  • Low Cost: Something everyone might not know about Michigan is its meager cost of living. It is ranked 4th in the nation on the list of most affordable states to live in. Additionally, the average monthly utility bill is 17 WHOLE PERCENT, lower than the countries average.
  • Season: While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, Michigan gives you the chance to experience every season. From 100 degree summers to a foot of snow and everything in between. If you enjoy getting a piece of each season, then Michigan should be at the top of your list.

Hunting In Michigan

For many people looking to buy a piece of rural land, hunting falls into the group of things they are interested in. Whether you want the land to do the actual hunting on or just want to be close to goo public hunting, Michigan has it for you.

Deer Hunting in Michigan

While Michigan might not be known for its high-level deer hunting, its vast public land and varying landscapes make for a pretty cool experience. The state is divided into 4 distinct zones, each with something that sets them apart.

Northern Michigan Deer hunting

One of the best parts about Michigan, in general, is its biodiversity. From the UP to lake Michigan, the state’s terrain can very heavily. The same can be said for its deer populations, with 4 distinct sections in Michigan for deer hunting. All with their own exclusive features.

  • Upper Peninsula: If you search for a true wilderness experience, then the UP might be for you. With tens of thousands of miles of heavily wooded forests, you can easily find yourself miles away from civilization. Which helps contribute to its lower hunting pressure. The amount of deer is not particularly high, but the sheer size of the land gives the hunter plenty of room to explore.
  • Northern Peninsula: If you find yourself just south of Mackinaw Bridge, you have made it to what many consider to be the best hunting in the state. Marked with hundreds of deer camps, hunters from coast to coast make the journey to this part of the state. Hoping to land a massive buck in a beautiful setting. Hunting pressure is more abundant here, making the option of private hunting leases that much sweeter and is one of the best reason to buy rural land in Michigan.

Southern Michigan Deer Hunting

  • Central Michigan: Unlike the land to the north, Central Michigan has far more agricultural land. Which means more open fields, and therefore more deer. Combine that with the heavy timber you find in Michigan, and you have a quality spot for deer. Public land is slightly harder to find in this area. You will also find an increase in landowner co-operatives. A process where landowners openly attempt to have a stronghold on the management of deer. To improve things like age structure and sex ratio.
  • Southern Michigan: Besides its bonus being the most accessible bit of hunting land in Michigan. It is also widely considered a farm country in Michigan. As any hunter knows, where there are farms, there are monster bucks. The higher nutrition levels of the farms play directly into the size of bucks, which is why you can often find some of Michigan’s biggest deer in the south. The public land in this area is few and far between, with most of the land is privately owned, making it a prime spot for a Michigan Hunting Lease.

Turkey Hunting no Michigan Land

There is definitely some good turkey hunting in Michigan if you are looking for it. The state itself is very pro turkey. With some 763,618 licenses sold annually, there may be a lot of pressure, but for a good reason.

Home to a 30% success ate and 100% chance of getting a license, the odds of you bagging a big bird are high. Michigan is home to 7.4 million acres of land open to public hunting. Giving you the ability to be close to hunting no matter where you are in the state. You will find less hunting pressure to the north as the population goes down.

Hunting Leases in Michigan

If you want to skip the pressure of public hunting land, get a high-quality hunting lease. A hunting lease put the power in your hands on when and where you want to do your hunt. Our sister company Base Camp Leasingspeciliazes in hunting leases across the country. Check out their leases in Michigan and see what they have to offer.

Is Rural Michigan Land Right For Me?

Whether you are looking for land to hunt or a place to call home, the land for sale in Michigan is unique and full of things that make people buy it as soon as it is available.

Don’t miss our chance to get the property of your dream! See what we have available right now. If you don’t see exactly what you are looking for, don’t worry. Base Camp Country Real Estates and professionals are always searching for new ones.

Who knows, they might put your future plot up for sale tomorrow!

Land In Kansas – A Landowners Dream

Kansas has continued to be a premier state for whitetail, duck, and wild turkey hunters for years. From its huge agriculture industry to the way hunting is a way of life.  The land for sale in Kansas is some of the most sought-after rural lands in the country. If you are looking to buy land in Kansas, this is the blog for you.

Here’s what makes Kansas land so special:

Farming Land

Kansas is perhaps best known for its extensive agriculture system and vast acres of farmland. A combination of geography and other natural factors have made Kansas one of the most fertile places in the country. The good news for people looking to buy land is that a state with well-established agriculture is a great investment for the future.

It is important to remember that no two properties in  Kansas are the same. Individual farms and pieces of land can differ in things like:

  • soil composition,
  • annual rainfall,
  • suitability for crops
  • wildlife potential.
  • Etc.

You could even use the land to simply start your own farm! From a small garden and a couple of chickens to a full-fledge farm, owning your own land in Kansas unlocks the opportunity for you to be a farmer yourself! At any scale that suits you.

Each parcel of land has its own relative worth and value based on those factors and others. When you are buying land in Kansas, you work with a rural land professional. Someone who understands the land and all of its nuances.

Base Camp Country  Real Estate prides itself on only hiring people who care about land and wildlife as much as our customers. When you work with a land professional from Base Camp Country Real Estate, you will work with someone who has your best interests at heart. Their job is not to make a sale but connect individuals with their dream property and give them the life they have always wanted.

Hunting Land In Kansas

If you are purchasing land in Kansas because you plan to do some level of hunting, you are lucky. With its vast agriculture fields, Kansas has become a breeding ground for some of the best deer hunting in the country. Combine that great turkey numbers, solid duck hunting, and you have yourself a truly great state to buy land in if hunting is at the top of your list.

Turkey Hunting in Kansas

Turkey hunting in Knasa is considered by many to be seriously world-class. Home to 3 different bird species, hunters from all corners of the country make their way to Kansas yearly to get a shot at these massive toms.

There are different specific turkey subspecies in Kansa. Rios can be found in the west, Eastern turkeys to the east (obviously), and hybrids of the two in the middle parts of the state. Of course, there are no set-in-stone rules for these thunder chickens, so you could technically find any bird throughout the state.

Kansas also does its hunters some great services in the way they operate wild turkey hunting.

  • Over the counter tags
  • Long spring season
  • Extensive fall and winter season

With over 300,000 wild turkeys, it is no question why so many hunters consider Kansas an amazing place to hunt turkey. This also brings up the issue of public land hunting. Hunting in Kansas is great, dealing with the pressure of public land hunting, not so much.

This is why buying land in Kansas is so appealing for avid bird hunters. Enjoy a property managed by yourself to fit exactly what you want. No more dealing with the mistakes of others, do hunting in Kansas right and do it on your own land.

Duck Hunting in Kansas

Although duck hunting in Kansas is not as astounding as its wild turkey hunting, it has many redeeming qualities. One of those things being that it holds mallards all winter. Combuinb e that with its open winter and a mass amount of cropland, Kansas is a great place for winter hunts.

Water is not superabundant in Kansas, putting some hunters off the duck hunting. But the Kansas Na Arkansas rivers provide enough for hunters to harvest around 150,000 ducks.

Kansas is also a great place to hunt for Canadian geese. With the harvest numbers getting close to duck hunting some years. Waterfowl hunting in Kansas might not be the world-class hunting that turkey hunting is, but if you like duck hunting and find a property with water, you are setting yourself up for success.

Deer Hunting in Kansas

What used to be almost a “secret” in the deer hunting community. It is not clear that Kansas is one of the premier destinations to take down two types of deer. Both whitetail and mule deer call the state of Kansas home.

Mule deer are found almost entirely in the western one-third of the state, primarily in the High Plains, Smoky Hills, and Red Hills regions. The further east you get, the more mule deer are less abundant, and the more you see whitetail numbers increase. So take that into account when you are choosing the exact location of the property you want.

With a whitetail population of almost 700,000, it is no question that Kansas would make a great state to buy in if you were looking to take down big bucks. The high level of hunting also opens the door for a different money-making method, hunting leases.

Kansas Land Investments

As you have seen in the previous sections of this blog, Kansas offers diversity to a landowner. Between the hunting, recreation, and farming possibilities, no two landowners’ experience in Kansas is the same. These attributes also make owning land in Kansas great for multiple types of investments. Including leasing your land for hunting rights, leasing it for farming rights, timber sale, and even camping rentals

Leasing your land for hunting

Leasing out your land for its hunting rights is

one of the best ways to make income on your property. Hunting lease, right? Yep, hunters are willing to pay you potentially thousands of dollars for the right to hunt your land in Kansas.

Companies like Base Camp Leasing will send an expert to gauge how much your land is potentially worth to hunters. It is based on several factors, some of those being:

  • Size
  • Exact geographic location
  • Likelihood for animals
  • Amount of cropland/farmland

It is always worth it to work with an established rural real estate company with so many things to consider. They will also take care of the marketing and finding a buyer through their website. Making it a straightforward process that will put money in your pocket for the land you already own.

Leasing your land for farming rights in Kansas

It is as straightforward as it sounds! If you have land that is suitable for farming, you can easily lease it out to farmers. Land is a great commodity because there isn’t any more of it being made. So farmers are willing to pay good money to use your land to expand their farming operation.  A win-win for both parties involved

Timber Opputtuniters

If your land has the correct type of trees on it, you could start making money right away. Timber prices fluctuate, and the timber itself should be properly managed to ensure longevity, which is another treason to use a quality realtor when picking out your land. They will be able to give you an estimate on how much potential your land has for timber selling.

Renting Your Land For Camping

A relatively new method for making money on your land is the idea of renting out parcels of it for people to camp or fish. Apps like Hipcamp have made it as easy as putting your house on Airbnb. A service that allows people to rent their home to others for a short period of time.

Hipcamp has done just that for the outdoor community. Allowing landowners to make quick money on their land. Adding features like fire pits or grills can also help up your land’s value. In comparison, it might not be for everyone, but it is good to know all of your options as a landowner.

Land For Recreation

One of the best aspects of purchasing your own land is the freedom to do what you choose. With a plot of your own in Kansas, the options for recreation are endless. Some of the more popular things you can do with rural land are:

  • Camping: using your property for camping is a great way to spend time outdoors with your loved ones. A cheap alternative to putting a permanent structure, camping on your own land is an easy way to put your property to use.
  • Space: If there is one thing about buying land in Kansas that everyone enjoys, it’s the space it gives you. Kansas is mostly flat and open. Giving you the chance to really do whatever you please on the land. From dirtbikes to a bow range, owning your own land gives you the space to do anything you like.
  • ATV: who doesn’t love riding four-wheelers or dirtbikes? With the flat topography of Kansas and all the open space, riding on an ATV is an option. Something that is not typically possible in a suburban area.
  • Hiking: Home to beautiful scenery, hiking and taking in the sights is something special that Kansas has to offer.

Just Buy the Land in Kansas

Well, there you have it! Everything that makes Kansas one of the best possible states to buy land in. From its agriculture to high-grade hunting, rural land for sale in Kansas is a great investment.  Being a landowner is something that is truly special, so make sure you get the perfect property for your needs.