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Montgomery County - 210 Acres +/- SOLD!

We were pleased to list and sell this beautiful property that is located on AL HWY 110 (Vaughn Road) and only a 20 minute drive to downtown Montgomery. It lies directly in the path of growth of the rapidly expanding Town of Pike Road, as well as Montgomery. 

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Montgomery Alabama - I-85 Pike Road Exit, Commercial - NEW!

This property is in the path of growth as The Town of Pike Road continues to boom! Property is located on a heavy corridor along I-85 between Montgomery-Auburn-Atlanta. The median family income is almost double that of the state average. Residential growth has been solid as new city schools are creating a draw. The town of Pike Road in Montgomery County had the fastest growth rate of any municipality in Alabama from mid-2013 to mid-2014, per the U.S. Census Bureau. It is a great site for a restaurant or a budget hotel. Owner prefers to ground lease the property.

 

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Autauga Co - 274+/- acres - Statesville - SOLD!

Hoke Smith and Pete Hall just closed on this property near Statesville. Call us today to find you your next property!  

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Why you should reforest your land

"Both in my job as a land agent and land manager, I often hear the excuse from older landowners that they don’t plan to reforest (that is, plant trees) on land they just harvested because “Why would I? I won’t live to see those trees mature.” After wishing them a long and healthy life, I like to give the following three reasons for why they should consider planting, even in the off-chance that they head for greener pastures before the trees can be harvested. [Disclaimer: I am neither a graduate nor registered forester. The below advice is my opinion based upon experience working in both the land management and land sales fields. Please consult a registered forester for reforestation assistance.]

  1. It’s Good for Your Investment Portfolio: The money that you spend on reforestation isn’t money that you’re throwing away. It’s a direct investment back into the overall land value. If it costs you $10,000 to plant trees today, you could turn around and sell your land for $10,000 more tomorrow than you could yesterday. And that investment will increase in value every day as those trees mature. 
  2. It’s Good for the Land: If your land isn’t growing pine trees, it will still grow something. That something is usually briars, weeds and lower genetic hardwoods and pine that will take many more years to mature than a pine plantation. 
  3. It’s Good for Everyone Else: The Florida Forestry Association has a slogan that I think captures this point nicely – “Working Forests Work.” "

For full articles written by

Daniel Hautamaki

 at Landthink click below

https://www.landthink.com/you-should-reforest-even-if-you-might-not-live-to-see-the-harvest/

 

 

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Prepping for Bow Season
Prepping for Bow Season
14 Sep 2017 0 Comments Sara Matulia

  

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Dove Season!
Dove Season!
11 Sep 2017 0 Comments Sara Matulia

  

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Irma's Track Leaning More Towards The West

http://montgomery.raycomweather.com/2017/09/irmas-track-leaning-more-towards-the-west.html

 

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Beginning to feel like fall!
Beginning to feel like fall!
07 Sep 2017 0 Comments Sara Matulia

"Welcome to Fall! Temperatures this morning are down into the 50s under clear skies. We'll see wall to wall sunshine today with highs on either side of 80. Quiet weather persists into the weekend as pleasant conditions dominate." 

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Bullock County - 275 +/- acres - NEW!

New Listing in Bullock County! 275 +/- acres 

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Giant Gator!
Giant Gator!
29 Aug 2017 0 Comments Sara Matulia

"Rodney Young said he didn't understand just how big his alligator was until it suddenly lunged up above the gunwale of the boat, big jaws spread wide. 

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