The Northwest Forest Properties AdvantageBuy and Sell Forest and Timber Land in Oregon
Every forestland transaction is unique, just as no two forests are exactly the same.
At Northwest Forest Properties our brokers are professional foresters that understand the broad scope of forest land resources, the economic value of timber, and the natural value of forest property. We know how to present the Seller’s property in the best light and help the Buyer to understand the resource they are buying and to avoid costly mistakes resulting from inadequate due diligence.
Northwest Forest Properties is highly experienced in forestland sales and acquisitions of all sizes and variables. From 10-acre home sites to a 100,000 acre commercial tree farm, our Northwest Forest Properties’ forester-brokers have done them all. From hobby tree farms for the small woodland owner to timber production properties for the institutional investor, Northwest Forest Properties tailors its marketing to highlight the strengths and positive attributes of the forest property and to reach the right audience.
When you list your forest land with Northwest Forest Properties’ your property will get extensive exposure through the internet, expansive buyer contacts, targeted email distribution and, when practical, through direct mailings. Northwest Forest Properties is a member of the Regional Multiple Listings Service (RMLS.com) and has subscriptions to LandsofAmerica.com, LandWatch.com and LandandFarm.com, each of which further circulate your listing to many other sites such as Trulia, Zillow, LoopNet and many more.
With over 25 years of forest land real estate experience and over 70 years of forest management experience, our forest property specialists are “the natural choice for forest land real estate”.
A few factors that make a forestland transaction different from other real estate sales & acquisitions:
- Access Agreements
- Alternative Forest Products
- Development Potential
- Invasive Species
- Land Use Laws
- Reprod Values
- Forest Roads
- Seasonal Operating Restrictions
- Threatened and Endangered Species
- Timber Value
- Timber Volumes
- Water Quality