Buying your first piece of rural land can be very exciting. First time land buyers often tell me, “I want to buy a piece of land, but I don’t really know what I am doing.”
At the end of the day, U.S. housing markets drive earnings for U.S. timber firms.
The January LandThink Pulse revealed that a whopping 68.3% of respondents said they are in agreement with the recent Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ruling, requiring drones to be registered.
Despite the fact that conservation easements have been widely used as an effective land protection tool for decades, I still encounter a surprisingly large number of landowners and land buyers who are misinformed about the most basic aspects of the conservation easement process.
If you’ve spent any time in the West, I’m sure you’ve seen them—hillsides that were once home to large swaths of lush, green forests transformed into wastelands of reddish-gray dead timber.
How would you rate the current land real estate market? The May 2012 Pulse results are in!