Volume 8 | 2022




2022 LAND REAL ESTATE MARKET UPDATE

It is always challenging to characterize the land real estate market with limited sample size. Unlike residential real estate, there isn’t the deal flow nationally to make accurate short-term evaluations of the market. Here is some insight into the land market in 2022 compared to 2021 based on nine months of activity.

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SEASONS OF THE SOUTHEAST

There are many ways to measure time. The days, weeks, and years seemingly continue to pass us by with increasing and unsuspecting swiftness. In the Southeast, sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts measure time through the seasons of fishing, hunting, and college football.

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THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL IMPACTS FACING RURAL AMERICA

When wandering around Montana, you will inevitably wind-up in a rural community at just about every turn. With just over a million people state-wide, roughly half of those individuals and families live in small towns that are less than 2,500 people.

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UPLAND GAME BIRD HUNTING

Upland game bird hunting in South-Central Montana is no longer a secret. The Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River valley all the way down into Wyoming, and the surrounding Pryor mountains

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HOW TO PREPARE FOR A BACKCOUNTRY TRIP

One of the largest attractions to the Western United States is the vast acreage of land allocated for public use, including large tracts of state land, National Forest, regions managed by the Bureau of Land Management, and designated Wilderness Areas. Read on to learn how to prepare for a backcountry trip.

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WILDFIRES AFFECTING PROPERTY VALUE

Wildfires create more damage to the land than most people visibly see. Wildfires can be so hot that they will burn all organic matter in the soil; this means it takes a long time to recover and restore the organic matter in the soil. What to do after a forest fire is to get a soil burn severity map completed.

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AN EPIC YUKON RIVER ADVENTURE

Alaska offers some of the most extreme geographies in the United States and some of the most iconic features readily known around the world including the mythical Yukon River. The Yukon River headwaters originate in Canada in the Yukon Territory, but 1,267 miles of the Yukon River are located in Alaska.

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