Served proudly in the United States Air Force (’79 – ’87) and am a Life Member of the DAV (Disabled American Veteran). The picture to the left is of me “a skinnier me” with my first military working dog “Bandit” at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio Texas.
My past military training and experiences has provided me with skill sets that are valuable to the buyer or seller of Texas land investments.
Area of Expertise
Highly knowledgable regarding the Texas agricultural tax valuation. My expertise in this area can potentially save landowners and developers alike many, many thousands of dollars based on the size and location of their properties.
For information on wildlife management as a tax valuation method, visit a great site at www.texaswildlifeguy.com. It is loaded with good info.
I cover the Texas hill country and the South Texas markets. (Being a licensed Broker allows me to serve you anywhere in Texas) Acquisition of land within close proximity to large population centers can be tricky and a seller or buyer will need a knowledgable person that can “make things happen”
See why it is important to use a REALTOR® as compared to a real estate salesperson. (See the difference here) and a Texas Real Estate Commission Approved Mandatory Continuing Education Instructor.
Estate Planning and Capital Gains Deferral Expertise
Ranches PLUS Realty LLC has teamed up with an Estate Planning Team, which is an association of lawyers and financial service professionals committed to helping you preserve your wealth and protect your estate. Their combined expertise in tax law and asset management provides you with the professional guidance necessary for potential tax deferral and asset appreciation.
I have taught hundred’s of real estate professionals a mandatory continuing education course dealing with wildlife management tax valuation (Texas is the only state that allows a tax valuation for managing native Texas wildlife) and have presented wildlife management tax valuation landonwer seminars across the state of Texas. The course addresses how using wildlife management can give a landowner more options for keeping the property taxes low without the cost of buying and raising livestock.