We know it is! Click the link below to read a recent article on LAND.com.
Looking at soil types can be a great way to evaluate property. At Cross Creek Realty, LLC and Cross Creek Timber, LLC we use this soil studies on a regular basis to assist our clients and property owners in evaluating and marketing property. The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has a great tool available
When looking for recreational or hunting property it is important to look at all the factors that contribute to wildlife on a property. At Cross Creek Realty, LLC, we have the knowledge and experience in the woods, as professional forester and hunters, to assist you in making the best choice for your preferred game species.
Tired of the old lease property and the “friends” associated with it? Buying your own land to hunt on might just be the best thing you have ever considered doing. In doing so there are many thing to consider. At Cross Creek Realty, LLC we know land, timber and what make up the components of
Did you know according to Article 11 of the National Association of Realtors Code of Ethics …
REALTORS® shall not undertake to provide specialized professional services concerning a type of property or service that is outside their field of competence unless they engage the assistance of one who is competent on such types of property
Conservation easements can be a good thing when used appropriately and when the one extending the easement knows ALL OF THE PROS AND CONS ASSOCIATED WITH IT! Do not enter into a conservation easement without first seeking advice from various groups and agencies about what you are doing. Remember that most conservation easement are forever
Sam Radcliffe poses an interesting question of which is a better asset class – timberland vs. farmland? He scooped the article from Seeking Alpha onto Timberland Investing.
We say, “YES”. Read the Land Think article here: https://www.landthink.com/pulse-land-agents-should-be-armed-with-natural-resource-training/
Another great read by Land Think author Jonathan Goode can be found here: https://www.landthink.com/not-all-real-estate-agents-are-competent-about-land/
Jonathon’s article relates to Article 11 of The National Association of Realtors (NAR) Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice that states:
The services which REALTORS® provide to their clients
Choosing the right piece of property to meet your needs is very important. Selecting the right real estate agent to assist you in this process is critical. At Cross Creek Realty, LLC we have the knowledge and experience to make sure all of your questions are answered. Call us today at 864-517-3621.
LandThink writer Jonathon
Conservation easements, in the right application, can be useful tools to protect land and provide significant tax advantages to the property owner. When used in the wrong application they can be the property owner’s worst nightmare for a long time to come, in fact “forever”. Before one enters into a conservation easement it is imperative
Fueled by growing confidence that the economy has stabilized and with a positive outlook ahead, it’s clear that recreational real estate buyers are back in the game.
Natalie Cowart with United Country wrote an interesting article to analyze who is buying recreational property these days.
Americans say real estate is the best long term investments and a recent Gallup Poll has documented it! Read the article by Rebecca Riffkin and see the results of the Gallup poll HERE.
At Cross Creek Realty, LLC we certainly feel that real estate is a great invest. We invite you to take a