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Pinon Canyon: A Closer Look

For more than a year The Land Report has been tracking the largest proposed seizure of private property by the federal government in modern history: the Battle for Pinon Canyon. It pits ranchers in southeast Colorado against an opponent that’s not used to losing

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Posted in Cattle, Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Public Land, Trey Garrison, West

Shuttered Texas Silver Mine to Reopen?

First it was ethanol and the price per acre in the Corn Belt. Then oil and gas began propping up land values in mineral-rich areas such as the huge shales found coast to coast. Now other commodities are driving other

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Posted in Energy, Feature, Minerals, News Desk, Southwest, Stephen OKeefe, Topics

Investor’s Business Daily

In everyone’s haste to enjoy the Labor Day weekend – to kick off the college football season or get ready for the first day of dove hunting – there’s a better than average chance that few people noticed the front and center reference to

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Posted in Eric OKeefe, Feature, News Desk

It’s Official – Natural Gas is Hot

There’s an old saying: “It’s not news until it runs in the Times.” Thanks to this story, natural gas has officially become America’s energy darling.

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Posted in Energy, Eric OKeefe, Feature, Minerals, News Desk

America’s Greatest Landowners?

I always wanted to be a Cartwright. To me, Bonanza wasn’t just some paint-by-numbers Western. The villains weren’t Indians or desperados. They were politicians, bankers, and railroad types, all of whom were hankering to get their hands on a piece

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Posted in Feature, News Desk, Trey Garrison

Sweet Home Alabama

On the shores of Alabama’s largest lake, American Idol winner Taylor Hicks has found the perfect piece of property. Now all he needs is the time to enjoy it.

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Posted in Eric OKeefe, Feature, July 2008, Magazine, News Desk, Regional News, South

I’m Not a Big Fan of Catfish

But I’ve been meaning to reference this article that ran in The New York Times on July 18. It’s yet another example of the effects of the federal government’s mindless ethanol policy. Now, in addition to driving up basic food costs for

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Posted in Eric OKeefe, Feature, News Desk

Alabama Land Generates Solid Returns

That’s the conclusion one draws from a recent report titled Alabama Farm Real Estate: A Comparison of Returns and Values Since 1970, which was prepared by John Adrian and Walt Prevatt, professors and extension economists at Auburn University. 

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Posted in Eric OKeefe, Feature

Great Exchange: How to Use 1031 Exchanges to Your Advantage

Ask any big-league broker to name the single most effective real estate investment tool. Don’t limit yourself to ranch brokers or real estate agents who specialize in islands or farmland or some other rural land. Ask commercial brokers in major

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Posted in Feature, Magazine

Checklist: 1031 Exchange

Review The Land Report’s checklist of key elements to a 1031 Exchange and learn about Exchange Requirements, Qualified Intermediaries, Proper Purpose, and Qualifying Properties.

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