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Monthly Archives: August 2020

    Pulse: Land Buyers and Sellers Don’t Cool Their Heels During Election Years

    By Land and Luxury | August 25, 2020

    According to the June LANDTHINK Pulse results, 73.2% of respondents indicated that an election year does not affect their decision to buy or sell land. Every election year feels different than the one before it, but 2020 may be one of the most unique election years ever. It will go down as one of the most chaotic, tumultuous... Read More

    Leave It like You Found It: Sustainable Forestry

    By Land and Luxury | August 18, 2020

    Jay Mark Hendrix When the Europeans began to colonize North America around 1630, it’s estimated that the land that would become the United States was made up of over 1 billion acres of forest, or about 46% of the total land area. By 1907, forest land in the U.S. had declined to around 758 million... Read More

    Virtual Staging and the Future Of Real Estate

    By Land and Luxury | August 11, 2020

    Hermann Samano Staging a home for sale has been a tool used by real estate agents and sellers for years. When a home is beautifully staged, it can be a real lure for potential buyers. The process of home staging involves a lot of heavy lifting, rearranging furniture, and intense attention to details and decorating.... Read More

    10 National Parks You Have to See to Believe

    By Land and Luxury | August 4, 2020

    Jay Mark Hendrix Congress signed an Act establishing Yellowstone National Park “as a public park or pleasuring-ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people” on March 1, 1872, and placed it “under exclusive control of the Secretary of the Interior.” There are certain places in the United States that can take your breath away because of... Read More