Not every real estate licensee is qualified to help you buy or sell rural land. Their license may make it legal to practice, but their inexperience in land transactions could be costing you thousands of dollars.

WARNING: Some agents who primarily sell residential real estate and dabble in rural land sales will be offended by this article.

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Jonathan is a professional land agent with AlaLandCo, serving the historic Black Belt of west Alabama. He is a member of the national and Alabama chapters of the Realtor’s Land Institute (RLI), and the only real estate agent in Perry County that focuses completely on rural land sales. Visit his website at JonathanGoode.com.