At SVN McDonald, we understand the allure of the great outdoors and the unique opportunities it presents. If you’re in search of hunting and recreation properties, our seasoned commercial real estate experts are here to guide you toward your ideal piece of wilderness. With a commitment to client success, we specialize in connecting buyers with exceptional hunting and recreation properties that cater to their specific interests and needs.
Florida’s diverse landscapes offer a plethora of opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, and recreation seekers. From vast wooded acreage to scenic waterfront properties, our region is teeming with the potential for unforgettable outdoor experiences. SVN McDonald is your gateway to exploring these possibilities, and our dedication to your satisfaction sets us apart.
Hunting and recreation properties provide the perfect backdrop for outdoor adventures such as hunting, fishing, hiking, ATV riding, and more. Escape the city and embrace the tranquility of nature. Owning a piece of wilderness allows you to play a role in conservation efforts. You can protect and preserve the natural beauty of the land while enjoying its recreational benefits. Additionally, land values tend to appreciate over time, making hunting and recreation properties a sound investment. Your property can gain value while providing recreational enjoyment.
Bartow McDonald IV serves as managing director for SVN | McDonald & Company in Ocala, FL, where he enjoys working on land and commercial real estate deals throughout Florida.
McDonald previously served on the board of directors for RMI (Reciprocal Ministries International), the Ocala Chamber of Commerce, the Central Florida Commercial Association of Realtors, chairman of the regional advisory board of directors for RBC Bank and as a director on the advisory board for Wachovia Bank. In addition, he has participated as a conference speaker for the Florida Venture Capital Forum, the Food Marketing Institute and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes and the New York Times.
McDonald earned his MBA and Bachelor of Science from the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.