A big part of selling land is knowing the land and knowing what’s valuable in the land market. Knowing these land uses, attributes and assets and knowing the markets for particular land types and uses is critical to successful land brokerage. Some timberland tracts are primarily recreational and timber investment grade properties, while others may have higher and better uses for farming, homesteading or traditional home sites. Some lands have few additional ownership costs involved to access the land and begin its use, while others may add significant costs on top of the initial purchase price. Land can be sold locally and nationally. We sell in the national land market trade for significantly more exposure and larger buyer’s pool. Whether for hunting land, farm land, homesteading or investment timberlands, we cover the full spectrum for land sellers and buyers of West Virginia land.