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Jan 24, 2019

Huntin' Land Podcast | EP10 | Land Value | Easements

This is Huntin' Land, the podcast for Land Hunters and Landowners; with Real-Time Rut Reports, Waterfowl Migrations, and How-to's for Habitat Management and Land Investment.
This week we're talking to Joe Dunn of Dunn's Sports in Thomasville, Alabama for a South Alabama rut report. If you get after deer on Alabama Hunting Land, you don't want to miss his report on what's going on in Joe's Alabama rut report. 
After the Alabama Rut report, we look to the skies for the waterfowl migration report. Seth Maddox tells us what we can expect after the most recent cold fronts. If you love to chase ducks, tune in to get Seth's waterfowl migration report for this week. 
We get a lot of questions from landowners who want to know, "What's my land Worth?" so we've created a video series to answer just that. Head on over to to get the series and see everything that needs to be taken into account when assessing land value. 
Today we're talking with Kenny Wallis of Capital Real Estate Services, LLC. 
What is a Conservation Easement? We define what conservation easements are and why they are important for everyone, including but not limited to hunters and anglers. 
Why would someone put a conservation easement on their land? We cover conservation easement pros and cons, Conservation easement conservation benefits, Conservation easement tax benefits, and how a Conservation easement tax deduction is determined. 
What kind of properties qualify for a conservation easement? Does yours qualify? Most properties can, but not all. How do you determine the donation value of a conservation easement? Kenny covers Pre conservation Easement Appraisals, Post conservation  Easement Appraisals, and how the donation value, or deduction value is determined.
How does a conservation easement effect the sale of land? Gets tips from Clint on what to avoid if you want to insure your property is valuable to those who are looking into buying a conservation easement. 
Thanks for listening, be sure to email us your questions to If you would like more information from Kenny Wallis, reach out to him at 334-207-8978 or