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Protecting Rural Land from Dumping written by Chris Miller


July 1, 2019 - Most owners of rural land do not live on their property or see it on a regular basis.  This can make their property vulnerable to not only trespassing but dumping of trash or debris by others.  This can occur anywhere but can be more frequent when the property is located near urban areas t...

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Eric Gage named Texas Region Broker In Charge for American Forest Management, Inc.


April 9, 2019 - American Forest Management, the nation’s largest land management and land sales company, is pleased to announce the addition of Eric Gage as Texas Region Broker In Charge on its real estate team.  Gage will work with the company’s expert staff in the Tyler, Texas, office, as well as assist clie...

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Five Helpful Tips for Owning and Managing Timberland


April 4, 2019 - Chris Miller, AFM's Carolinas Real Estate Operations Manager, shares his tried and true tips for owning and managing timberland.   This article originally appeared on the Realtors Land Institute Website as part of its 2019 Future Leaders Committee content generationa initiative. I admit...

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Timberland Appraisal - The Client/Appraiser Relationship


March 8, 2019 - By:  Terrell Baker At American Forest Management, we work with landowners, financial institutions and property managers who request timberland appraisals to assess the value of their timber. There are many reasons why timberland owners may need an appraisal including to facilitate a trans...

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Timber Industry Suffering Loss After Hurricane Michael


January 28, 2019 - Chuck Mathis, AFM Gulf Region Manager, recently sat down to discuss the effects of Hurricane Michael on the timber industry.  To learn more, https://www.mypanhandle.com/news/timber-industry-struggling-with-the-loss-caused-from-hurricane-michael/1726519429

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An Alternative to a Stumpage Sale


January 9, 2019 - In 2001, Marjorie and Alan Warner acquired their 151-acre woodlot in Blue Hill, Maine, in hopes to one-day build a cabin on the property.  As Connecticut residents, the Warners enjoy spending time in Maine in the summer and fall visiting with friends and family.  Through the years, the War...

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