Uses for recreational land I recently participated in a Recreational Land Real Estate course given by the REALTORS® Land Institute. The course focused on recreational acreage, specifically surrounding ways to utilize the land. Parcels of land in my area are typically sold with the main purpose ... » Learn More about Uses for recreational land
Purchasing and selling land in Kalispell, Lakeside and Bigfork is an entirely different experience than purchasing or selling a home. In this section, you will find information about:
Preparing to walk land - Looking at land parcels is a different process than looking at homes. What should you wear? Bring? Look for?
How to pay for land - What are the options available to you for actually purchasing land? Are there different options if you are purchasing land-only versus land plus building?
Property Considerations - What should you decide when trying to find the perfect parcel of land?
Site Work Considerations - When purchasing land, in addition to the cost of the land and cost of the home, you may need to spend money on site work. Here are a few of the items to keep in mind.
Should you buy rural land? - Why might you want rural Montana land?
Rural Living in Flathead County - There are many different aspects of purchasing and living in rural Montana. Flathead County Planning and Zoning developed a guide which includes the following:
- Purchasing property
- Access considerations
- Service Delivery
- Agriculture and Right to Farm
- Mother Nature
More land-specific information will be provided shortly. Call Kat at 406-270-3667 if you have any questions or would like to look at property!
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Land Sale Challenges: Access There are often challenges with selling or buying undeveloped acreage. Challenges can include lack of electric options, ground that would result in deep well depths, expensive driveway requirements, rocky ground which will make building difficult and more. ... » Learn More about Land Sale Challenges: Access
Why Kat is focused on land Once a year while growing up, Kat’s parents would take out the brown boxes and make sure each girl had their marching orders. “You can only bring what can fit in that box.” So off they’d go to stuff clothes, books and other items in their box. Then the family would pack ... » Learn More about Why Kat is focused on land