b'PROPERTY PERSPECTIVEFall/Winter 2019|Volume 8 |Issue 3 IF YOU PLAN TO BUILD ON YOUR PROPERTY,HERES FOUR THINGS TO CONSIDERRecreational property buyers often want to someday build on their land,1Make sure the property has good road access, and easy access whether its going to be a primary home, a hunting cabin or a storage shed. to power. Roads should be in good shape, and power should be available within But no matter what kind of structure youre planning to build, the time toa reasonable distance. This is an advantage of buying in a developed think about it is before you buy, because youll want to be sure the propertyrural community like Sportsmans Estates, or others that PotlatchDeltic has you purchase is a good fit for that use. for sale - like Tie Creek near Orofino, Idaho and Living on the Edge in Ely, Minnesota.BenBallardofPotlatchDelticseesallkindsofusesbythebuyersat Sportsmans Estates, a rural residential PotlatchDeltic community southeast2 Get an idea of what will be required to get water on the site. of St. Maries, Idaho. One buyer is building a structure that will serve as aRuralrealestatebrokersliketheexpertsinthePotlatchDeltic shop, storage space and cabin. Others are camping on their properties forPreferred Broker Network should be able to get you well reports for now, with plans to build a primary home or cabin in the future. nearby properties, so you can get an idea of well depths in the area. This is also a good way to find out who the well contractors are in your area.Buying property and building later can make a lot of sense, Ben says. You spread out your costs over time while you create the property you3 Decide whether you want to live in an area with CC&Rs.really desire. And as you spend time in the area, you determine what typeSomeruralbuyersliketobeinacommunitywithcovenants, of structure will best fit your needs in terms of sleeping capacity, storageconditions&restrictions(CC&Rs),whichmayregulateanything needs, you name it. from the types of structures allowed to whether youre able to keep non-functioning cars and trucks on the property. Pros: These regulations can So to plan ahead, here are four things that Ben suggests buyers consider ifensure that your neighbors dont do something with their property that is out they think they want to build on their recreational property someday: of character with the area.Continued on Page 4IN THIS ISSUE So many ways to connect with us!> If You Plan to Build on your Property, Heres Four Things to Consider > In the News> On Our Land> Real Estate Showcase Want to share your PotlatchDeltic experience with us? > Directory of PotlatchDeltic Preferred Brokers Take our survey now or email us.Wed love to hear from you!1'