5:50 AM – May 20, 2017

Some of the nine of you now reading this blog may recognize I have moved away from my 15 minute updates towards more lengthy topics of late.  The blog about land use took a lot of research to get that to a version of the facts that I could accept.  Who knew it was so complicated to explain how a few hundred million of acres of land are being used around the globe. 

While I am still trying to organize duck and goose decoys (#missingduckseason), it is clearly time to fish.  Fortunately, the little fish in my house is going to have a new fishing boat this year as we were lucky enough to find a good southern fellow in North Carolina to sell us a Parker center console.  This should give Dash a good platform to work from this year running around the Chesapeake Bay.  The goal is to have it wet in the river next week.

The Spring land business is busy as ever as we are working to transfer five farms in early June.  Recently we launched an offering of more than 8000 acres of land in Delaware.  These lands are spread throughout Sussex and Kent County.  If you are in search of deer or turkey property that you can build a hunting lodge on we might have what you need.  Give us a call and we will get out the buggy and go for a ride. 

By the way send me an email that you are one of the nine people that read this and I will send you a hat or t-shirt from the Land Group.

Be Well.


SVN LAND GROUP

The SVN Land Group is a business unit of SVN Miller Commercial Real Estate formed to focus brokerage and advisory services on land based properties in Maryland, Delaware, and Virginia. SVN Land Group (SLG) brings together brokers and technical advisors with land specialties in agriculture, forestry, residential & commercial development, poultry farms, as well as hunting and conservation oriented properties. The SVN Land Group mission is to provide a lens of experience in land management, renewable energy and land use decisions for the land owner, farmer, investment group and or recreational buyer to reference in making decisions on how to manage existing land based assets or guide future land investments.

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