A conversation with Curtis Seltzer, Columnist for LANDTHINK.com and Author of How to Be a Dirt-Smart Buyer of Country Property about the success seen by smaller timberland investors. It’s often said that timberland investments are mainly for institutional investors. However, Curtis estimates that small investors (with 15-1000 acres) actually outnumber the larger, institutional parties. For our complete conversation, listen to the podcast Strategies for Smaller Investors in the Timberland Market.
Curtis will lead a pre-conference workshop at the 7th Timberland Investment Summit, being held June 23-25, 2010 in Vancouver, BC, where he will provide investing strategies specifically for smaller investors including what research to conduct before making investments, how to structure the investment, identifying parcels of timberland and avoiding first-purchase surprises.
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