When buying rural land there are a lot of considerations prospective landowners must take into account. One important element I encourage buyers to review is the property tax status of the land. Properties in Ag, Timber, or Wildlife Management can receive a considerable reduction in property taxes. Before purchasing you should confirm if the property has a current open space valuation, and if so, take the proper steps to maintain that valuation. Below, I invite you to attend a webinar I am presenting on October 19th that will outline the questions and steps a buyer should take to confirm the property tax status and maintain any current valuations. If you have questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (512) 894-5426.
– Cassie Gresham, Attorney & Counselor
Webinar: Buying Land & Property Tax
Join Attorney & Counselor, Cassie Gresham, for a 15-minute presentation on property tax considerations for buyers of rural land. This webinar will be hosted from 5:45-6:00 pm on Tuesday, October 19th. Afterward, stay for a presentation by Plateau Land & Wildlife Management and learn about the Wildlife Management tax valuation… REGISTER TODAY
Questions to Ask When Purchasing Rural Property
When you are buying a property with an open space valuation (i.e. agricultural, timber, wildlife or Ecolab) there are important questions to ask the seller. Many buyers and their agents treat the open space valuation as an afterthought. They just assume that the open space valuation is in place and don’t ask the right questions… READ MORE
You’re invited to a free Wildlife Management Webinar Series! Braun & Gresham’s sister company, Plateau Land & Wildlife Management, is hosting virtual webinars this fall for landowners who want to learn about their property tax options. These webinars will benefit anyone who is currently in Ag or Timber, looking to explore different property tax solutions; or landowners currently in Wildlife Management that have questions about activities and their county requirements. For more information or questions, call (512) 894-3479 or email email@example.com.
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