As an investor in farms or timber, increasing ROI is key. Maybe you inherited a family farm or you’re buying rural land purely as a diversified investment strategy. Regardless of which group you fall into, having multiple revenue streams for your properties is critical to increasing passive income and investment returns.
Let Base Camp Leasing help you generate an annual stream of income through our Hunting Rights Lease Program. We will efficiently broker a mutually beneficial agreement between you, the landowner, and hunters willing to pay top dollar to hunt on high quality private land.
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How is trespassing handled on a property?
The hunters are responsible for protecting the property from trespassers. They are responsible for posting the property and monitoring it. On the majority of our leases through Base Camp Leasing hunters have the authority to press charges against anyone who is caught trespassing on the property. The provides a hands-off approach for the landowner. They are not bothered with handling any trespassing issues.
Can the hunters bring guests on my property?
No, all hunters who will have access to a property must be listed on the lease. Anyone who access the property and is not listed on the lease will be consider as trespassing.
Can I still access my property after it is leased?
The property still belongs to you. You are allowed full access to the property even during a lease. We just ask landowners to be mindful of when hunters are on the property. They are paying a premium price to hunt your property and deserve to have as few interruptions as possible.
Who is responsible for posting the property?
The hunters who lease the property are responsible for making sure the property is posted properly to prevent unwanted trespassing on the property.
Is there any out-of-pocket cost to the landowner?
Leasing a property through Base Camp leasing doesn’t cost a landowner anything. Base Camp Leasing gets paid for our services in the form of commission once a property is leased.
Do I get to meet the hunters on my property?
Once the property is leased you will receive the hunter’s contact information. You will be able to reach out to them at any time during the lease.
Who sets the number of hunters for a property?
The leasing agent will suggest the number of hunters that could comfortably hunt a given property. The idea with limiting the number of hunters is to provide a better experience for the hunters. Also, to ensure the property isn’t being over hunted with too many people having access.
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