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Things to Consider When Selling Remote Alaska Property

For Sellers of remote Alaska properties, there may not be a better time to sell than now. Never before has Alaska captured the hearts and imaginations of so many from all around the world. Alaska offers spectacular vistas and geography, ubiquitous wildlife, and recreation opportunity unmatched anywhere in the world. Interest in Alaska is not limited to the United States, its truly global and visitors from all around the world will travel just to see massive grizzly bears eating salmon at Brooks Falls. Sellers face many of the same challenges Buyers do and more, given current market conditions. Each Sellers

Maximizing Your Timber Investment

For a timber owner, the decision to harvest is frequently a function of timing and often catalyzed by factors such as the economy, age of the timber, log markets, leverage and, on occasion, naturally occurring events such as infestation, drought, or fire. There are undoubtedly many more factors not mentioned here that would impact a […]

Wind Energy Development Considerations for Landowners

WINDS OF CHANGE As wind turbines begin to line the horizon among America’s heartland, many rural landowners are being approached with an opportunity to lease their land for wind energy development. Anyone that has an operational wind farm on their property knows the income can mean stability and passive income for decades. However, some landowners […]