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The Good Ole Days When Land Was Cheaper Are Now
Some of these food plots are irrigated. The food plots are planted with Mossy Oak BioLogic. This property also has a three bedroom, two bath house on it that’s only a few years old and a huge workshop. The commute to Atlanta is only about an hour. Another big advantage of this property is that it is located next to Piedmont State Wildlife Management Area, which is 35,000 acres of public hunting and woods. So, the person who purchases this property will have easy access to those public-hunting lands. Although he or she only may own 48 acres, they’ll have access to these 35,000 acres of state land, which makes this a prime piece of real estate. It also gives the purchaser of this land a tremendous amount of woods and hunting land to utilize without even having to actually own it. This WMA has a tremendous wildlife population, and the WMA borders the land we have for sale.
Although you’ll be an hour from Atlanta on this piece of property, you’re only 15 minutes from Macon. This land is about 10 minutes from I-75 that will take you anywhere you want to go. The purchaser of this property will have an easy commute either to Atlanta or to Macon, or north or south of the property. This property is ready for someone to move there. Now’s the time to buy this property, because when the housing market comes back, as it surely will, this property won’t be available. When the housing market comes back, the price of this property and other forest-recreation property will probably skyrocket. We’re seeing projections that indicate the housing market will return to its old heights in 12-24 months, and realistically that’s a short time to look for return on your investment. Today is the good ole days in the forest-recreation lands’ business. By that I mean that 3-5 years from now, a number of investors will say, “I wish I’d bought property back in the good old days when land was cheaper than it is now.”
To contact Gary Brown and learn more about the properties he has available, you can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact him by phone at 678-414-9229, or mail him at 1325 Pennsylvania Avenue, McDonough, GA 30253.
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