How Not To Sell Timber

By Tom Brickman on July 12, 2018

Decisions of how and when to sell timber are difficult for most landowners. That’s because selling timber is often a once-in-a-lifetime event.  As a result, landowners typically have little experience in the market place, making the outcome far from certain.

To avoid regrets, your best bet is to retain a consulting forester to represent your best interest (for example: Your forester will have years of experience helping timberland owners get the best deal and sorting through the cast of characters that make up the standing timber market place.

Click here for more on a painful example of lack of experience.


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