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BUY ME FOREST

HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE DEAL WITHOUT GOING IN CIRCLES.  

 

In short, being a solvent person is not enough. To get a chance to acquire ownership of the forest land in Austria, you need:

to show origin (both business and businessman).

to have the citizenship of one of the European countries or the Austrian residence permit

to prove that you will keep your personal forest open to all visitors at any time of the day or night and, moreover,

to prove that running of your business will  not reduce the population of deer, pheasants, hares, and wild boars and, above all, you will rejuvenate the forest regularly.

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If the first stage of the legal quest is passed, you need to get permission from the authorities, who at this very moment will start finding out if any of the local residents have a more urgent need for forest land than you – the ready-made buyer.

WHO CAN YOU BUY FOREST FROM?

Private forest areas of up to 200 hectares make up half (53%) of all forest land. A smaller part belongs to the church, to collective owners, and only 18% of Austrian forests are state-owned.

WHAT IS PROHIBITED IN A PERSONAL FOREST?

It is prohibited to collect mushrooms and berries in too large quantities, skiing near the cableways and ski slopes. It is strictly forbidden to light fires, sing songs, and store household waste.

in case YOU STILL WANT TO BUY FOREST, AND you need  TO KNOW which trees grow where.

 Austrian and pedunculate oak, European beech, common ash are growing to a height of 600-800 m; growing to a height from 800 to 1000 m is an exclusive privilege of beech. Coniferous trees prevail at an altitude of 1000-1400 m: white fir, European larch, black and common pine. Alpine meadows start with approximately 2000m height.

WHAT CAN YOU DO?

As the owner of the forest, you can totally prohibit the collection of mushrooms and berries on your territory. You just set prohibitory signs and that’s all.

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HOW DO FOR-SALE ADS LOOK LIKE IN PRESS?

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Forestry for hunting in private lands in Austria, near Vienna

The hunting area together with the joining sites is about 199 hectares. Only 50 km from Vienna.

Deer, goats, wild boars, gazelles, and hares. Wood reserves are about 35,000 app. fest-meters. Annual tree growth income: 800 – 900 fest-meters

Cost: 1.950.000 euros.