It’s amazing – the yarns that can be shared about certain tracts of real property. Our April Newsletter takes a closer at several standout stories, including one that I am quite confident is destined to end up before the Supreme Court in a year or two. Why? The two states involved have been disputing their boundary for only the last 195 years.
Also in our April Newsletter you’ll find the story of an Oregon Senator who is considering a shift in federal management of certain timberlands. Meanwhile the Texas Legislature is currently embroiled in how best to combat the drought that has plagued much of the Lone Star State.
Last but not least, an uptick in the housing market has brought renewed activity to North American forests. Learn more as one of America’s largest landowners gears up for increased lumber sales.
Five tracts in Western Tennessee and Kentucky totaling more than 600 acres will be auctioned on October 27. In addition to a considerable recreational component, the tracts are heavily timbered. According to Roebuck Auctions founder John Roebuck, these tracts are ideal investment opportunities that feature great hunting. A past president of the National Auctioneers Association, Roebuck has spent more than three decades in the auctioneering profession.
The breakdown on the tracts by location is as follows:
- 243± acres in McNairy County, Tennessee
- 195± acres in Hardeman County, Tennessee
- 9± acres in Hardeman County, Tennessee
- 58± acres in Hardin County, Tennessee
- 103± Acres in Calloway County, Kentucky
More details on the tracts, which will be auctioned by Roebuck Auctions on Thursday, October 27, is available HERE.
Date: Thursday, October 27, 2011 at 6:07 p.m. CDT
Selmer Airport Hanger (SZY)
2282 Airport Rd
Selmer, TN 38375