Month: June 2018

Private land ownership is a privilege that, as percentages go, very few people in the whole history of the world have had the opportunity to enjoy. The United States was founded on the principle of private property ownership, and it is a right we still enjoy today. The reasons why people purchase land vary widely. In my experience, there is usually a combination of factors, and a shared ethos that drives the decision to acquire rural real estate. Below are Read more…

Tallahassee, FL For Immediate Release On May 30, 2018, Rayonier Atlantic Timber Company purchased 13,220 +\- acres from Wilson Green LLC located in St. Johns and Flagler counties, Florida for $23,982,994. This is one of the largest sales in recent history in the Southeastern United States. Southeastern Land Group, in partnership with Verdura Properties and Land & Timber Management, Inc. (as advisor), is proud to be a party involved in the sale of this property. Leading the Southeastern Land Group Read more…

Alabama offers some of the best hunting and fishing anywhere in the nation. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy lots of time in the wild hunting water fowl, migratory birds, deer, turkeys, wild hogs, or fishing in our numerous rivers, lakes, streams, farm ponds, estuaries, and even the Gulf of Mexico. Our state offers a rich diversity of outdoor recreational opportunities. Because we have so many devotees to all things outdoors, Alabama has some great outdoor publications. Below is a list of a few of the Read more…

If you have been thinking of selling your rural land, now is a great time to get it on the market! Each summer, Southeastern Land Group attends numerous hunting and farm expos around the Southeast to advertise our clients’ properties. If you are thinking of buying a piece of rural land, stop by and talk to any of our land brokers and agents. They will be happy to answer questions about specific properties or the land-buying process. We try to do Read more…

We have all heard that “good fences make good neighbors.” I submit to you that good forests make great neighbors. “Why are forests such good neighbors?”, you ask. Consider some of the following reasons you might want to own private property that borders the National Forest lands. 1. Property Lines are Clearly Marked. The Forest Service does a phenomenal job of surveying and marking the property boundaries of their lands. Not only do they paint the trees on the boundaries, but Read more…

Are you beginning your search of rural land for sale in Alabama? Many first time land buyers go through a buying process that often takes 6 months to 2 years before making their first purchase. Helping people move through the land buying process is something I love to do. Getting educated on land and the land buying process is essential for you to making your land buying experience a success. Below are some helpful tips for how to make your first land Read more…