We interviewed a variety of Realtree United Country Land Pros from across the nation to get a feel for the current hunting environment in the US. They all seem to be seeing the same thing... an increase in hunting ammunition, firearms and gear being purchased. This year's hunting season is predicted to be one of the largest yet with people looking for ways to escape cities and get into nature, the issues around the availability of meat supply and a handful of other factors.
Not everyone believes this hunting season will be bigger than ever. There are those who are still struggling financially and also not able to hunt their normal spots due to restricted travel and other precautions currently set in different states or abroad. In Iowa, one expert said many early season hunts and big game hunts in Canada were canceled due to closed borders and state restrictions. But that being said...
Hunting, Land and Recreational Property Sales Have Also Hit Record Highs
United Country recently reported a 110 percent increase in website traffic of those searching for hunting and recreational land, country homes and off-grid property in 2020. Realtree United Country Land Pros and other United Country agents are also reporting that they are having trouble keeping up with the demand and that their biggest issue is that they need more inventory.
To read what the Land Pros were specifically saying and to gain insight into what to expect for this years hunting season, you can read the full article on HuntingLife.com.
If you interested in buying or selling hunting property, reach out to a Realtree United Country Land Pro near you.