Rick Taylor, ALC
Mossy Oak Properties Forest Investments, Inc.
P.O. Box 7166
McComb, MS 39649
Cell #: 601-341-1131
Fax #: 601-684-2779
Bio in Brief:
Rick, his wife Tammy live in McComb. Besides being the broker for Mossy Oak Properties Forest Investments, Rick is a registered forester and an \\\"Accredited Land Consultant\\\" (ALC) and has earned Mossy Oak Properties\\\' \\\"Certified Land Specialist\\\" designation. He wrote the RLI course \\\"Timberland: Identifying and Evaluating Timberland as an Investment\\\" which is a two day, 16 hour course and applies towards the Accredited Land Consultant Designation\\\". Rick is one of the original inductees into Mossy Oak Properties\\\' \\\"Pinnacle Club\\\" which recognizes the top producing agents in the Mossy Oak Properties network. He was named \\\"2010 Land REALTOR of the Year\\\" by the Mississippi chapter of the REALTOR\\\'S Land Institute and served as Mississippi\\\'s RLI president for 2011. Rick graduated in 1979 with a degree in forestry from Louisiana Tech University and is experienced in timber and land procurement, forest management, logging, wildlife management and oil and gas leasing. He first got his real estate license in 1988 and started Forest Investments in 1998. Rick is licensed in Mississippi and Louisiana.
Specialties: Buyer Representation, Consulting, Exchanging, Land, Landand Assemblage, Recreation/Resort/Hunting, Timberland
Property Specialties: Agricultural / Farm Land, Agricultural / Farm Land, Ranch Land, Resource Land
Service Specialties: Acquisition/Disposition, Buyer Representation, Exchanging, Recreational Leasing/Management, Sales/Marketing, Site Assemblage, Site Selection, Teaching, Timber Leasing/Management
States Licensed to do Business in: Louisiana, Mississippi
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