How Much Can I Make Leasing Out My Property To Hunters?

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NOTE: This is to be used as only a guide to the potential earnings by listing your hunting land with HLRBO. HLRBO cannot and does not guarantee the income estimated by this calculator. The calculations are based on average hunting leasing prices for the state and the length of the hunting seasons selected. Certain hunting types may have significantly less or greater value than the averages used in the calculation. There are many factors that may increase or decrease the price of a hunting lease, for more information please read the factors to consider when setting your price below.

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Below are the number of hunters looking for hunting opportunities in your state and county and their average budget.

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>Richard HermanNov 2021
Richard Herman - Missouri

I submitted a lease by owner form late in the day. I was quite surprised to find two inquires by the middle of the next day, which when paraphrased asked, “Is this lease still available?”

First of all, let me say that one of the reasons I selected HLRBO was that listing a lease with them “is as easy as falling off a log”, to quote an old phrase. Simply put, there was no fee for their service, nor was there any lessor contract to sign.

At this point I need to say that I had already contacted several agencies that specialized in leasing hunting property. Setting their representation fees aside, I was more concerned about some of the aspects of their lessor contracts. Some leasing agencies may have a contract that penalizes landowners (lessors) for a number of situations such as the actions of trespassers, etc. How can landowners be responsible for actions beyond their control?

My experience is that HLRBO simply asks landowners to describe their property accurately and to respond promptly to inquiries from prospective hunters. The office staff was very helpful in answering all of my questions. There is even a sample lease, which can be customized by the landowner.

I had multiple responses to my listing and was able to lease the property in a timely manner. I plan to continue using HLRBO for any additional property that I decide to lease.

Robert BensonJan 2022
Robert Benson - New Hampshire

HLRBO is excellent. A great bunch of land owners and hunters/sportsmen use the site. Everyone is respectful and helpful.

Ellen SchwabMar 2021
Ellen Schwab - Ohio

They have a wide audience of hunters. I was pleased with the traffic.

John SeymourFeb 2022
John Seymour - New York

Good success with HLRBO. They seem very professional and are getting a significant amount of traffic on their site. I would certainly recommend their service to anyone trying to lease land.

Nadine DuFourFeb 2022
Nadine DuFour - Ohio

HLRBO made leasing my 100ac property easy and stress free. My advisor, Heath, answered all my questions, helped with establishing a price point since this was my first go at leasing, and also helped with the contract. I would highly recommend HLRBO for landowners.

The HLRBO Leasing Process

Factors to Consider When Setting Your Price

How many hunters are you going to allow?

It is important when making your written agreement to consider how many hunters you will allow to use your land. The more hunters you will allow will increase the value to hunters, allowing you to ask for a higher price.

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How many different types of hunting are available?

The more opportunities that are available the more desirable the property to the hunter. So consider all of the hunting opportunities that are open in your area, even though you may not think they are commonly hunted.

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Does your land have a healthy population of certain types of game?

Do you have a large flock of Turkeys on your property or a monster Buck? Make sure that you include information like that in your listing and if possible photos. There are motion cameras that you can set up to take pictures that will go a long way with hunters looking for a place to hunt. Possibility of success is a huge draw and will allow you to charge accordingly.

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