American Forest Management is pleased to announce Kaitlin McFarland has joined its Pacific Northwest Real Estate Team
November 28, 2018 in AFM News
American Forest Management, the nation’s largest land management and land sales company, is pleased to announce the addition of Kaitlin McFarland as a real estate broker on its Washington team. McFarland will work with the company’s expert staff in the Chehalis, Kirkland and Spokane offices, as well as assist clients throughout the state.
In this role, McFarland’s responsibilities will include networking with potential and current clients, creating and executing marketing plans for numerous properties, mediating negotiations between buyers and sellers, preparing legal documents and contracts and advising landowners on prices, mortgages and market conditions.
“Kaitlin’s diversified experience in sales and marketing, brokering and business development make her a great addition to our real estate team,” said Mark Skillman, Vice President of Real Estate, Pacific Northwest Region, American Forest Management. “We’re excited to work with her and to see how she expands our client roster throughout Washington.”
McFarland joins American Forest Management’s over 260 dedicated experts, and comes with a background in client relations, sales and marketing and business management. She previously worked as a central dispatch for Armstrong/One Horn Transport where she functioned as the mediator and sales rep between brokerage and trucking companies. She also co-founded Affordable Home Care, where she managed the sales group and handled the business’ accounting.
Offering a suite of specialty real estate services including formal broker’s opinion of value, highest and best use analytics and third-party intermediary representation, American Forest Management’s Pacific Northwest team works with both private forestland owners and industrial clients. The company also provides a wide-range of other services including land management, forestry consulting, wildlife management and timber sales, among others.