Monthly Archives: October 2018
BY JAMIE BIRDWELL-BRANSON ON 2 OCT 2018 A deep farm sink, a light and bright interior, and clean lines earn this prefab the farmhouse-fan seal of approval. Whether you’re the world’s biggest Joanna Gaines fan or you just love clean, simple lines and no-fuss color schemes, it’s pretty clear that the popularity of the farmhouse look won’t be... Read More
Dave Anderson | Originally published in GameKeepers: Farming for Wildlife Magazine You’ve spent a lot of time and money to create your hunting property, so it only makes sense to post outdoor signs to help protect it. You can easily buy plastic “no trespassing” signs at the local hardware store or discount center, but should you? There’s... Read More
Economists say the sell-off was a bit of an overcorrection, but it could have long-term implications on the market BYPATRICK KEARNS OCT 10 The Dow Jones dropped more than 800 points on Wednesday, the third biggest point drop of the year and the biggest drop since February. As investors sell-off stock and the benchmark yield rises,... Read More
Do The Math: The Public Land Survey System is the primary land description method and an important tool for landowners in the U.S.
Written by Mossy Oak Properties What is an easement? In short, an easement is a legal right to use property. Easements can be held by individuals, companies and government entities for numerous reasons. When buying land, it’s vital to find out if the property features any easements, as these can directly impact how the land... Read More
Article and Image Courtesy of Harvest Returns at LandThink.com Savvy investors have long realized the advantages of owning real, tangible assets, especially those backed by underlying land. Real estate, both commercial and residential, is probably most familiar to investors. A pass through the cable TV channel guide will land on dozens of “fix and flip”... Read More