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Listing & Selling Procedures

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  1. Landowner Consultation
  2. Initial Site Visit
  3. Determine how property value is affected by:
    • Timber Value
    • Wetlands
    • Flood Zones
    • Local Code as it relates to the intended sale
    • Subdivision Opportunities to maximize value
    • Oil & Gas Rights (owned, leased, well presence, royalties, free gas, etc)
    • Streams (fish-no fish, depth, flow, ability to cross to access property)
    • Ponds (depth, fish-no fish, maintenance, rehabilitation needs)
    • Alternative Income Streams (Hunting Lease Income, Farming Lease Income, Wind Energy Lease Income, Oil &Gas Lease Income, Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Funds, Agricultural Land Productivity (crop tons/bushels per acre) Or any other situation that creates a cash flow from the property
  4. Comparative Market Analysis/Market Value of Property
    • May result in the recommendation for additional studies, i.e. Timber Inventory or Discounted Cash Flow Modeling where multiple income streams can affect overall value
  5. Report Findings
    • Where Timber becomes the driving value to a property we will discuss the development of a “Land and Timber” bid package to be developed and marketed to the timber industry, timberland investors, and private individuals on a sealed bid basis.
    • All other properties will continue to follow the more “traditional” listing and sales path below.
  6. Develop Listing Materials
  7. Discuss Marketing of Property including exclusive national marketing with LandLeader.
  8. Execute Listing
  9. Place Listing on Timberland Realty Website, Multiple Listing Service Websites (as applicable), with direct upload to more than 1,400 websites including Zillow, Trulia,, Land Watch, Lands of America, Lands of NY/PA/WV, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Country Living, LoopNet, Ranch Line, Land And Farm, and much more
  10. Place Direct Ads in Print Media (Sportsman-oriented newspapers, special “Outdoor Editions” seasonally, local newspapers, etc.) at our discretion
  11. Advertise Properties at our Booth at various Sport and Outdoor Expos, County Fairs, Special Events
  12. Develop Buyer Leads
  13. Develop Offer for Property; discuss offers and counter-offers with both parties
  14. Develop Purchase Offer Contract
  15. Secure Deposit in Non-interest bearing escrow account
  16. Work with both Buyer and Seller Attorneys to affect Closing
  17. Close Deal