If you happened to see the latest issue from the National Association of Realtors Magazine, you can find our agent Sheldon Snyder, being recognized for his work on page 20! Sheldon was one of seven agents in the state of Texas to receive the 2019 National Commercial Award, congratulating them for their excellence in the past year.
We have relocated our Pampa TX Branch Office to 1224 N. Hobart, Suite 104. We welcome you to stop by anytime for a visit with Gary Sutherland or call Gary at 806-662-6949 for all your farm and ranch real estate needs in the Pampa, TX, Eastern Texas Panhandle area.
The USDA is opening signup for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) today. Click here for more information on signing up and to read the full article.
CLB just celebrated another Christmas in “October” this weekend. October is a wonderful time to get our team together as we try and avoid the holiday rush in November and December. We celebrated this year at the wonderful Wolflin House where we enjoyed fajitas from Joe Taco, followed by a competitive corn hole tournament. Afterwards, George Clift presented the 2019 Sales Awards to the following Sales Associates: Most Transactions – Eric Turpen Top Auction Sales – Bryan Clift Top Sales Agent & 10 Million Dollar Club – Hadley Perkins Largest Transaction & 5 Million Dollar Club – Gary Sutherland and …
George Clift, ALC, owner of Clift Land Brokers, and Gary Sutherland, Associate Broker of Pampa, were in the area on Friday handing out checks to Miami and Canadian schools. Several months ago, Clift Land Brokers was hired by Salem Abraham to sell the 12,160 acre Christie Ranch in Roberts County. Earlier this month, that ranch was sold to Travis and Kylee Chester. “George and Gary did a great job selling the ranch” commented Salem Abraham, “and I think we all had fun working together.” George Clift said, ”After closing the ranch deal, Gary and I wanted to do something to …
Clift Land Brokers, Bryan Clift was reelected to the Texas Wheat Producers Board, representing district one. The elected board members took an oath of service delivered by an official from the Texas Department of Agriculture as required by state law. Board members are elected by their peers from four districts across the state and are responsible for managing funds from a statewide wheat producer check-off of two cents per bushel. These funds are applied to wheat research, education and market development to provide additional value to wheat farmers across the state. For the full article click Here.
Pictured from left to right: Greg Good, George Clift, ALC, Brady Cowan, Tom Benton, Jerry Schniederjan, Gary Sutherland, Sheldon Snyder, ALC The 29th Annual Outlook for Texas Land Markets Conference was held in San Antonio, TX this year and our guys were excited to attend. This is a wonderful event that provides information on a variety of legal, economic, social, and natural resources issues influencing current land market dynamics.
Interesting post regarding the duty owed by an executive right holder to non-participating mineral owners. Click here for the full article.
March 18, 2019 (Amarillo TX) – George Clift, ALC of Amarillo, TX, Sheldon Snyder, ALC of Dalhart, TX, Eric Turpen of Littlefield, TX, and Greg Good of Perryton, TX were recognized as a part of the 2018 APEX Producers Club by the Realtors® Land Institute at the RLI APEX Production Awards Program, sponsored by The Land Report. These agents were recognized by RLI CEO Aubrie Kobernus, as well as The Land Report’s Co-founders Eddie Lee Rider Jr. and Eric O’Keefe, at a special awards ceremony on Tuesday, March 5, during RLI’s 2019 National Land Conference (NLC19) in Albuquerque, NM. In …
https://www.drovers.com/article/our-incredible-vanishing-farmland We lose three acres of farmland in the United States every minute. You read that right. Three acres every sixty seconds. This wakeup call comes courtesy of John Piotti, President of American Farmland Trust (AFT), who spoke about conservation and Farmland at the 2019 Trust in Food Symposium Jan. 15 and 16 in Chicago. “Over the last 20 years, we’ve lost 31 million acres of farmland—that’s equivalent to all the farmland in Iowa. That’s over 1.5 million acres a year, or three acres every minute,” Piotti says. READ ARTICLE