Recreational land can be a valuable resource, offering everything from tax deductions to longterm ROI, to personal enjoyment. Considered in many ways a “hands off” investment, buying recreational property means you typically don’t have to deal with tenants, structural repairs, landscaping, or other duties normally related to investment property. Of course, you may decide to buy recreational property that has some of those features, or add them later, in which case some maintenance will be necessary. However, if you decide you want to use the land as your exclusive piece of nature, where you can hunt, fish, hike, or camp as you like, you will have very little upkeep and years of personal fulfillment–not to mention a tremendously valuable investment that can be passed on to future generations.
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