Friday, January 9, 2009

Trail Camera Real Estate Agent

If you are looking at purchasing some hunting land, ask if you can place a few trail cameras on the property for a week or so before making an offer. Even though a piece of property looks good to you it may be devoid of wildlife activity. Remember to ask yourself why the property is for sale. Maybe the reason is that the current owner has never harvested any game from it. Don't take the word of any seller or agent. If they are not willing to let you put out a few cameras I would be hesitant. Talk to your attorney or real estate agent. It may be possible for you make your purchase offer contingent on using trail cameras for a set period of time. If the photos do not produce positive results you could withdraw your offer. Contingencies are very common in real estate transactions so don't be afraid to ask.


SimplyOutdoors said...

Now that is definitely one great little idea right there. I honestly would have never thought of that. If I ever get the chance to purchase property, I'm going to keep that one in mind.

Editor said...

I had never considered this but it may give me the edge to sell the great property I have.