Kent Morris, Realtor

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Where some might reserve their passion for the outdoors to weekend escapes, Kent made it his livelihood. Following his love for the outdoors, he attended the University of Georgia and graduated with a degree in forest management. For many years, he worked in the logging and lumber industry, and land management before transitioning into real estate, now a Broker with Waddell Land Co. He enjoys writing about what he loves.

Land is Tangible

Unlike many investments, land is tangible. Land ownership allows you to touch the trees, walk through the woods, or enjoy your investment sitting in a deer stand or holding a fishing pole. Timberland is both a warehouse and a factory. It can be a hedge against inflation so it can add diversity to your portfolio. If you’re considering the sale or purchase of land, make the most of your opportunities with Kent Morris at your side. Contact him today to discuss your needs!

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Associate Broker & Registered Forester
Office: 706-441-0080
Cell: 706-457-0090
Email: gkent_morris@yahoo.com

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LAND PRICES…From My Point of View

I am asked frequently what LAND prices are doing. I decided to take a snap shot in time of prices of the 3 counties I am most active in, Harris County, Meriwether County and Talbot County GA. They are all located in the west central portion of Georgia. The prices...

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Creating Shapefiles with Your iPhone

With the smart phones, the sky is the limit. I have begun using my smart phone to create shapefiles. A shapefile is a format for storing the location, shape, and attributes of geographic features. It is stored as a set of related files and contains one feature class....

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What You Need To Know About Starting a New Forest

What do you do after your timber has been harvested and you have one ugly mess on your hands?..... Start over again. The process starts with having the tract site prepared. This involves having the tract sprayed. You have 2 options, hand spray with back pack sprayers...

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