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To secure conservation easements on raw, unimproved land, protecting this land from future development and providing landowners with positive returns in the process.
SANDLAPPER Securities, LLC raised approximately $4.6 million for two land deals on behalf of Webb Creek Management Group, LLC, a Georgia-based firm that provides consultative services to individuals and company landowners seeking alternative uses of their property to maximize return. Since 2011 they have successfully worked to secure conservation easements on over 3,700 acres of raw, unimproved land in the Southeast, protecting this land from future development and providing landowners with positive returns in the process.
Approximately $2.4 million went to acquire West Lake Investments, LLC a securitized land deal of 37.39 acres of unimproved land in Fulton County, Georgia and approximately $2.2 million went to acquire Sycamore Fork Investments, LLC a securitized land deal of 1,171.49 acres of unimproved land in Clay County, TN. Investors in these deal benefit from the choice of holding property for investment, development of the land, extracting minerals or placing such into conservancy.
“West Lake and Sycamore were the 8th and 9th programs we have distributed and raised capital for Webb Creek, and we are excited about our newest land program, Lion’s Gate Investments, LLC,” said SANDLAPPER Securities Founder and CEO, Trevor Gordon. “Each of the prospective uses for the acquired land provided great potential for investors, but the most significant benefit to present itself has been through the conservation of the land.” Conservations easements are voluntary encumbrances on land that create a permanent and legally enforceable land preservation agreement between a landowner and a qualified conservation organization. Making this donation to conservancy provides a significant charitable contribution individuals can take against their AGI when filing their taxes on the amount of value between the “conservation land value” and the “highest and best use value” of the land. “Conservation easements are a great win-win situation for the high income earner,” Gordon continues. “Land is preserved for future generations and the donor receives a significant write off, making this a great tool for the community and for an individual’s tax planning.”
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