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 Narrator:  It’s time for a new edition of The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. On the show today with the guys, Pam Swanner, with Alabama Black Belt Adventures, Russ Walters with your Farmland Report, Brian Watts with your Timber Talk segment, and of course, Tim Baker, the Wild Man himself, with your wildlife update. So sit on back, relax and enjoy a new edition of The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. Dave Milton:  Hey everybody. Welcome to The Read more…

Narrator:  It’s time for a new edition of The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. On the show today with the guys, David Pursell with Pursell Farms, Russ Walters with your Farmland Report, Rick Bourne talking dove hunting, and of course, the Wild Man himself … Tim Baker. So sit on back, relax, and enjoy a new edition of The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. Dave Milton:  Hey, everybody. Welcome to The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. I’m here Read more…

Narrator: It’s time for a new edition of The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. On the show today with the guys, Reed Ingram from Sweet Creek Farm Market. Rhody Kroyal with Big Oak Ranch. Randall Upchurch with your Farmland report. Brian Watts with your Timber Talk segment, and of course the Wild Man himself, Tim Baker. Sit on back, relax, and enjoy a new edition of The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. Dave Milton: Hey everybody, welcome to The Land Read more…

Welcome to TheLandShow.com from Southeastern Land on Vimeo.   It’s time for a new edition of The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. On the show today with the guys Jim Mason from Southern Sportsman Lodge, Stacy-Lynn Harris, cooking’ up some holiday recipes, Jack Gabriel with Southeastern estates, Robert King with your farmland report and of course, the wild man himself, Tim Baker. So sit on back, relax and enjoy a new edition The Land Show with Dave and Johnny. Jonathan Goode: Read more…

Welcome to TheLandShow.com from Southeastern Land on Vimeo. It’s time for a new edition of the Land Show with Dave and Johnny. On the show today with the guys, Chris Upchurch from Rocking U Farm. Randall Upchurch with your Farmland Report. Captain David Hare with Alex City Guide Service. Brian Watts with your Timber Talk segment, and of course, the Wild Man himself, Tim Baker. So sit on back, relax, and enjoy a new edition of The Land Show with 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…

Would you like access to seemingly endless information and data about real estate markets in Alabama? If so, you need to be connected with the Alabama Center for Real Estate (ACRE). The Center for Real Estate is part of the Culverhouse College of Commerce at the University of Alabama. ACRE provides a plethora of resources for many different types of stakeholders. Developers, real estate licensees and brokers, University students, economic development offices, and Alabamans all benefit from the work of the Read more…

Since today is Halloween, this article is a little nod to the spooky phrase I most dread to hear in a land transaction. Over the past 10 years I have seen some ghoulish situations pop up in deals, such as one of my clients having to exhume his deceased father to prove paternity and heirship to a tract of land, disclosing that a person was murdered and disposed of in the pond on a property I was selling, and being Read more…

“How big of a tract of land do I need to invest in, to harvest timber?” This is a question I have received by many landowners looking to cut timber they have on their own property or perspective buyers looking to purchase land with a timber investment component. I tell people who are looking to purchase property with an intent on cutting later in the future, to buy at least 40 TIMBERED acres. The reason why I emphasize “TIMBERED” acres, Read more…

  What does the phrase, “Good timberland investment”, actually mean?  It is a common descriptive phrase that helps illustrate a feature of a property that is for sale. All of us in the land brokerage business use this phrase (or many similar ones) regularly, because more times than not, there will be a timberland component on most rural land properties. However, just because a property has trees on it doesn’t always mean that it is a “Good Timberland Investment”. The Read more…