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Investing in real estate is a thrill like no other. For most of us purchasing property represents the pinnacle of a lifetime of hard work. It is most likely the biggest investment you will ever make. For this reason it is important to do your homework and make sure you’re investing wisely. There are a myriad of ecological factors and legalities that can have you second guessing your decision after the fact.Once you’ve decided you are going to purchase property the first step is to outline your personal goals for a potential property, as well as any specific criteria. It sounds cheesy, especially since you already “know” what you want; however, not doing this will be your first mistake. Your goals may include managing for white-tail, grazing cattle, passively enjoying songbirds, hunting waterfowl, but will more than likely include some combination of goals. Once you know what you expect out of a piece of property you should find a tract of land that will fulfill those expectations.