Risks to Owning Rural Land


A recent post by one of our own Preferred Brokers – not a risky read to find out ideas to help prevent, mitigate or transfer your risk.  Nice article Jonathan – thanks Southeastern Land Group!

Risks to Owning Rural Land

4 Responses to Risks to Owning Rural Land

  1. Wow that was strange. I just wrote an really long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t show up.
    Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyway, just wanted
    to say superb blog!

    • Trisha, THANK YOU and so sorry about that. Appears your post got stuck in spam. But, it’s released now. If there’s more we can help you with, please visit with us at our website and tell us a little more – http://potlatchlandsales.com/interest.php. We’ll keep an eye on your website/blog too! Nice to meet you.

  2. Glenn Parmley

    advise whom to contact regarding 120 acres in Hale County AL to lease from U for hunting.

    • Mr. Parmely, good afternoon! Thank you for posting on our news feed. Your post about who to contact to lease land from us in Alabama just made it’s way to me. And, I apologize for the delay in getting back to you. Much of our Southeast Region has been preoccupied over the last several weeks dealing with with limited power and online accessibility due to the recent hurricanes. We are all coming back online now. I hope you were unaffected.

      For the latest availability of Potlatch leasing opportunities and contact information, please see the RECREATION link on our corporate site – http://recreation.potlatchcorp.com/. Simply click on the state you’re interested in and you should find all of the information you need there.

      If there’s anything else we can assist with, please feel free to email me directly – stacey.kulyk@potlatchcorp.com.
      Wishing you a successful hunting season!

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