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Christopher N. Singleton Awarded CCIM Designation Aug. 20, 2020, in Charlotte, NC


September 1, 2020 - Christopher N. Singleton, MAI, CCIM, Manager, Disposition Services for American Forest Management, Inc. (AFM) located in Sumter, SC, recently received the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation by the CCIM Institute. The designation was awarded during this year’s special summer CC...

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Matt Jacobs Chaired Southern Maine Log a Load Golf Tournament


August 31, 2020 - For the second year in a row, Matt Jacobs, AFM’s Farmington, ME, District Manager, served as Chair of the Log a Load for Kids golf tournament in southern Maine.  The mission of Log a Load is to raise funds to improve children’s health through treatment, education and research at Children’s Mira...

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American Forest Management Announces Sale of 11,774+ Acres of Texas Timberland


June 15, 2020 - American Forest Management (AFM), a national land management and land real estate firm, is pleased to announce the sale of 11,774± acres of Texas Timberland.  The property, known as Lusk Timberlands, closed on May 26, 2020 and was sold via a sealed bid.  Located in Montgomery and San Jacin...

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A Conversation with Brent Keefer


May 13, 2020 - Brent Keefer, AFM's Chief Executive Officer, recently sat down with Steve Wilent, Editor of The Forestry Source, to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic on forestry and American Forest Management.  To read more, go to https://americanforestmanagement.com/files/docume...

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American Forest Management Opens Two New Offices in Montana


March 30, 2020 - American Forest Management, the nation’s leading land management and land real estate firm, is pleased to announce the opening of two new offices in northwestern Montana. Located in Kalispell and Libby, both offices opened on Friday, March 27. The offices mark American Forest Management’s first loc...

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Five Questions Sellers Should Ask When Interviewing Rural Real Estate Brokers


February 24, 2020 - 1.  How much should I list my property for and why?Any professional should provide you with a well prepared broker price opinion.  Since most brokers are not licensed real estate appraisers, they generally cannot give a single value but a range of price in which they expect the property wi...

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