I cannot speak to that area, but folks here are paying $3,000 +/- per acre for rough land to hunt.Real estate marketing ploy. They will find a rube to buy it. Based on my experience in the Ozarks, that is overpriced. However, I am no longer a deer hunter.
Are you selling land in KY? I ask because every post you make about MO is denigrating.That area is overrun with feral hogs now. If the hog you're pursuing runs on to the federal owned forests, you're in legal trouble. Only way is to trap them and if you use dogs (like I do) be very aware where the dogs go because they can go over your land into federal land real easy. MDC is doing a very terrible job trying to eradicate hogs. Feral hogs is a cash cow to them now.
Overpriced, but sold. We have a lot of refugees from western states coming in. They have loads of money, and are accustomed to the outrageous west coast prices. They think they got a steal.You can still find wooded tracts off the beaten path for 1K an acre for 40 acre tracts in the Ozarks.
That is way overpriced.
I was about 15 miles from where Alice has a place, I was a few miles from the Elevenpoint river.Overpriced, but sold. We have a lot of refugees from western states coming in. They have loads of money, and are accustomed to the outrageous west coast prices. They think they got a steal.
My biggest issue with some of the migrants is that they forget they are refugees, and try to be missionaries. As @Alice In TX/MO noted, it's not a good idea to come to a new place and try to make it over into your old place.
Your handle suggests to me that you may be up near Shannon County. I used to work up that way. Land is beautiful, but I don't know about availability or taxes.
I thought of the Elevenpoint River when I saw your handle.I was about 15 miles from where Alice has a place, I was a few miles from the Elevenpoint river.
I moved and enjoying where I'm at.
Taxes were low.
I had countless adventures in Shannon, Carter, Ripley, Howell, Douglas, Texas and Oregon county where I lived.