Our land and lot guru, Vice President Dave Wilkinson, reaches the 30-year mark and our General Manager/CFO, Sherri Mercer, completes her 10th year with the firm!
It’s probably no surprise to anyone reading this blog, but the real estate market is red hot.
Sometimes the promise of big profits in a land development partnership are not worth the risk!
From the soil on up to often times obscure land use ordinances, purchasing land is a complex endeavor not to be taken lightly.
Understanding the basic principles of how to subdivide a tract of real estate can often bust the fantasy of turning a quick dollar as a developer.
The Hot Zone is the title of one of my favorite books. Published in 1994, this non-fiction thriller covers the origins and few terrifying outbreaks of deadly infectious viruses including Ebola and Marburg.
After only 5 agricultural land sales over 100 acres in 2019, a rebound in activity appears to be in store for 2020.
It is said that time is money, and when selling developable real estate, taking the risk of giving a buyer time can lead to a higher sales price…or nothing at all.
Buying land might seem simple, but it can be complicated by things not easily seen…
What you need to know before you invest in subdividable land.