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Ready, Aim, Fire

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.

Finding the Best in the Business: Introducing RLI’s ALC Class of 2017

In 2017, 21 agents successfully completed RLI’s LANDU Education requirements to prove their expertise. They also met strict volume requirements to prove proficiency and experience in conducting land transactions.

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Yes, You Should Invest in Land Real Estate

For those looking to invest in land real estate, there are a lot of great resources out there.

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4 Reasons Why You Should Never Buy Land Without an ALC

The news of bad real estate experiences travels fast. The value an Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) can bring when purchasing or selling a property is becoming increasingly more substantial.

Why Use an Accredited Land Consultant?

Using an Accredited Land Consultant guarantees clients that they are represented by the most knowledgeable, experienced, well-connected, and trustworthy land professionals in the country.

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Spring 2017 Colorado RLI Chapter Update

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.

Q&A with United Country Timberline Realty’s Kem Winternitz

We recently had the pleasure of catching up with Kem Winternitz, managing broker and Accredited Land Consultant with United Country Timberline Realty in Divide, Colorado, to get her unique perspectives on the land-brokerage business.

A Quiet Strength: The Voice of Advocacy In The Wake of Devastation

Brandon Rogillio is known among his close friends and family for his humility and “quiet strength.”

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The Evolution of Land Real Estate Across the Generations

In the Central Illinois town of Jacksonville sits a family-owned land services company by the name of Worrell Land Services.

The REALTORS Land Institute to the Rescue

Landowners are under attack and now the bad guys are some members of Congress.

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Pitfalls of Severing Wind Rights

Before "cashing out" on wind rights, beware of the pitfalls involved with the severing of wind rights for both the landowner and the wind energy developer.

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WOTUS (Waters of the US) and Land Ownership

WOTUS (Waters of the US) is the on-going challenge to regulate water pollution — the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and ...

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Farmland Values and Regional Marketplace Trends

With farmland values rising consistently over the past 10 years, and exploding in some us regions such as the corn ...