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86 The LandReport | S U M M E R 2 0 1 8 LANDREPORT.COM METHODOLOGY The Land Report's annual survey of US land brokerages is based on the total value of self-reported 2017 domestic land sales through traditional brokerage. Totals exclude commercial, industrial, and residential assets, unless they were a component of a more valuable land asset. All figures were provided by respective firms from Apri 1 through June 30, 2018. where it sells recreational, hunting, and timberland rang- ing in size from 10- to 200-plus acres at every budget level. Wow: Our Wow moment was the merger of Potlatch Corp. with Deltic Timber Corp. to create one of the larger US landowning companies. For land buyers, the merger means we have the ability to sell an even wider range of recreation- al properties, both in terms of geography and features, while adding more properties for sale in Arkansas and Louisiana. Sports Afield Trophy Properties (714) 622-2744 2017 Sales: $500M–$1B Who: Sports Afield Trophy Properties is a real estate mar- keting company. We are a broad-based network offering listings of countryside proper- ties. We market ranch, farm, agricultural, woodland, forest, equestrian, waterfront, hunting, fishing, and recreational prop- erties. We are a worldwide network with the majority of our listings in the US. Wow: Our most impressive closings were two California sales – one for $6.625 million and the other for $7.5 million – through our participating broker, The Ranch Specialists. United Country Real Estate (816) 420-6200 2017 Sales: > $1B Who: Leading seller of lifestyle property since 1925. United Country connects buyers to the hard-to-find properties such as quality hunting land, mountain homes, ranches, farms, country homes, and more. Wow: Buyers recognize United Country affiliates as experts in ranch and farm properties nationwide. This reputation for excellence was demonstrated with the recent sale of a 9,700- acre ranch and farm listed for $15 million in south Phillips County, Montana. The sale was completed by Gary Anderson and his daughter Ella Yeadon of United Country Real Estate Northwest Realty & Auction in Malta. Extensive national marketing attracted parties from across the country. The day the ranch and farm was put into the United Country system of specialty ranch and farm websites, an interested buyer contacted UCRE Northwest Realty & Auction. Within three days of being listed, this $15 million ranch and farm was under contract. Whitetail Properties Real Estate (217) 285-9000 2017 Sales: $500M–$1B Who: A passion for wildlife and rural land management runs through our veins like the mighty Mississippi runs through America's heartland. We call our agents "land spe- cialists." Our team covers more than 20 states and is made up of many of the finest land man- agers and market analysts in the industry. We are just like you. We love to hunt. We love the land. We strive to make smart investments that benefit our families and cement financial stability. If you're interested in buying or selling hunting land, farms, or ranchland, we invite you to learn more about how we can help you. Wow: Our Wow moment in 2017 was when we achieved a goal of averaging five farms sold each day of the year as a company. We also listed the most valuable property in our company's history, a unique $32 million listing. A M E R I C A ' S BE ST B R O K E R A G E S WA L L A WA L L A W I N E RY I n N o v e m b e r 2 0 1 7 , P e o p l e s C o m p a ny c o n d u c t e d a s e a l e d - b i d a u c t i o n o f 6 , 0 0 0 - a c r e We i d e r t Fa r m i n Wa s h i n g t o n 's c o v e t e d Wa l l a Wa l l a Va l l e y. Fa r m l a n d L . P. s u b m i t t e d t h e w i n n i n g b i d .

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