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Land For Sale In TN-How To Buy Tennesee Hunting Land With Long Term Investment In Mind
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If you have any desire to buy land for sale in TN and have deer hunting and future investment in mind I will give a few words of advice about accomplishing this goal.

 You have been thinking and saving for years to buy the perfect getaway and deer camp how do you go about finding that certain tract of land that fits you, your personality, your family and future investment and management goals. When it comes to land for sale in TN and in particular hunting land for sale in Tennessee there are many things to keep in mind. Much of TN can be hilly, wow you did not know that did you? Why must you think about every aspect of the land before you buy like the terrain? If you are not a seasoned hunter and have hunted many different terrains you may not know just how hard it can be to drag a deer out of the woods much less up a large hill, I have hunted land that if you did not drop the deer in his tracts get ready to take a picture and leave it for the critters. What is your health like, what age are you and what is your health outlook long term this sounds trivial but I have chrones disease and the long term outlook is all down hill I must keep this in mind for access of the land as well as land management, I will not be able to keep up the same pace twenty years from now that the average guy will so my land needs will need to be a little easier on me.

Is leasing an option you should explore? In my opinion leasing should be a last resort, it will only frustrate you in the long run but for some it may be your only option. Leasing land as opposed to buying land for sale in TN has many pitfalls you may not think about unless you have done it before. In most lease agreements you donít have free rain to build and work deer plots where you would like them to be, if the property is heavily wooded you may need to do some tree thinning to have better shooting lanes, try to get that one past the land owner. I could go on for a full day on leasing downfalls but I will leave this subject and get on to better things like land ownership.

 I will go over to financial aspects of buying land for sale in TN, capital appreciation and liquidity. Buying hunting land for sale in Tennessee in this financial uncertain time can have a few downsides, things may look just fine to you right now but anybodyís situation can change over night, what if you unexpectedly fall ill I donít mean a cold what about a serious illness the land could take months to sell if you need your money back or if you just canít take care of it due to health. On a brighter note capital appreciation could be a high note but in many areas of Tennessee like the rest of the country land has taken a hit in per acre price, thatís fine when you buy but what it continues to go down and now you find yourself upside down in your land.  

 There are many factors to evaluate when looking at TN land for sale just weigh all the positives against the negative return and then look hardest at your check book and make the best educated decision you can to buy now or wait to really see if the bottom has hit the real estate market and I for one donít think it has.



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