Conservation easements convey a legal interest in land where a landowner gifts or sells rights to a qualified entity such as a land trust. The landowner retains full ownership with restrictions on activities that they can engage in on the property. The landowner and the land trust negotiate the restrictions and limitations that will be placed on...Read more

So there are many out there that think I am crazy for being willing to cover the amount of territory that I cover as a ranch broker and will ask me why I do it. There is a deeply ingrained desire inside me that drives me to seek out new experiences and new things. I have often thought I was born centuries too soon. Maybe its the Comanche blood i...Read more

When buying farms, ranches or land something that you must be aware of and run into frequently is easements. An easement is an irrevocable right to the use of another person’s property. Easements are often misunderstood and this misunderstanding of easements can lead to significant headaches later down the road after closing on a property.Read more

One of the first things an owner should consider when looking to sell their ranch or sporting property, is the tax consequences, as selling an asset can create a taxable event and the last thing an owner wants is to be hit with a big tax bill if it can be deferred. Therefo...Read more

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