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Timber and Land Sales
  We represent the landowner’s best interest when selling either timber or land in North Carolina and Virginia.
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Wed, 10 Sep Michael Burns, Chatham THE TIMBER @ A GLANCE BID DATE: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 ... View
Wed, 9 Jul Cross tract, Wake View
Wed, 16 Apr Tharrington, Granville PULPWOOD THINNING/CLEARCUT 15.6 acres, Fishing Creek Township, Granville County, NC Acting as Agent for Garrett E. Tharrington (Seller), we solicit bids on a per-unit... View
Wed, 12 Mar Richard R. Weber II and Kristen A. Weber, Jones Bid Date: Wednesday, March 12, 2014 ... View
Thu, 12 Dec IHIP LLC, Mecklenburg TIMBER SALE 63.7 acres, Mill Creek Road (SR 826), Mecklenburg County, VA. Acting as agent for IHIP LLC, we solicit bids on the following timber located... View
       
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