Investing in land is a simple process of purchasing property and creating value through revenue, appreciation, or tax benefits. Although it sounds that simple, many investors don’t understand the difficulty in selecting properties that make sense for their investment goals when they invest in farmland; for example, investing in farmland for retirement.
Buying or selling land can be a complicated business, and prospective buyers and sellers must be sure they have an agent who not only has their best interests in mind but also the knowledge and experience to make it happen.
Understanding the basics of how to achieve your goals in a timber investment is paramount.
According to the laws of supply and demand, quality land can expect to slowly increase in value over time. If you don't want to wait around for years for that to happen, here are five steps you can take to help increase the value of your land.
According to the laws of supply and demand, quality land can expect to slowly increase in value over time. If you don’t want to wait around for years for that to happen, here are five steps you can take to help increase the value of your land.
From the grandeur of Mount Rushmore to the rolling green hills of Vermont, America is a landscape photographer’s dream. Many people are drawn towards spots that have been photographed a thousand times. Here are five lesser-known spots where you can gain a front-row perch of the country's scenic majesty.
Apple picking, pumpkin patches, leaf peeping—there are so many ways to appreciate the beauty of land during autumn. If you are looking for some out-of-the-box ways to have fun this fall, check out these unique attractions across America!
Land has always been a staple of the American Dream. Owning private property comes with a lot of hidden benefits for you both now and for years to come.
The Web is filled with sources of advice on how to investment in land—some more credible than others. To help cut through some of the noise out there, we got tips from two land investing experts to help you invest your money wisely.
Who hasn’t secretly dreamed of opening their own vineyard? Pour yourself a glass of merlot or chardonnay and let’s learn all about starting your own vineyard.
When people in other industries go on vacation, they want to get as far away from anything relating to their business as possible. In the land industry, land experts and landowners take a break from land by… going to see more land! Here are our picks for five perfect hikes for land lovers.
Summer isn’t usually thought of as prime hunting season. Many people think of turkey hunting in the spring or deer hunting in the fall. However, people that hang up their rifles in the warmer weather are missing out on some of the hidden gems of hunting. Here are a few tips to have an amazing hunt this summer.
Strategic planning for your land sales business boils down to a few simple steps: set clear, written goals (ready), identify the specific activities to get you there (aim), then execute the plan (fire). Top agents who do take time to strategically plan have a more predictable business and, consequently, they operate with more clarity.
Contact an RLI member if you’re a seller looking to sell your property in Colorado, or a buyer wanting to learn about the current available inventory.
The Executive Order directs the EPA to begin a rewrite of the regulation to adhere more closely to the definition of “waters of the U.S.” under the Clean Water Act and provide a streamlined permitting process.
Brandon Rogillio is known among his close friends and family for his humility and “quiet strength.”
In the Central Illinois town of Jacksonville sits a family-owned land services company by the name of Worrell Land Services.
The equine industry has exploded in the North Texas corridor traveling north on highway 377 leading out of the Dallas area from Aubrey to Whitesboro.
There is one animal in particular that generates more revenue than all God’s wild creatures on earth put together and that is the whitetail deer.
There has been a lot of talk about the need to reform our huge and complicated tax code. Like most things in life, the tax code is neither all good nor all bad. As much as we hate taxes, we like many of the things they pay for, such as public schools, highways and national parks.