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Landowner’s Property Rights are Served Well with Florida Conservation Easements

November 12th, 2012

The pathway to conservation easements is not always a straight line but, more often than not, is worth the trip.  ~Dean Saunders

Do you know what a conservation easements is?

Conservation easements are available to landowners for the permanent conservation of private lands in the United States and can be and effective and powerful tool. Conservation easement options have protected millions of acres of sensitive natural lands and wildlife habitats by keeping land in private hands, while offering public benefits.

The primary purpose of a conservation easement is to protect natural lands from specific development or land use through the rights of the landowner.

Those who own undeveloped land that is agricultural, timberland, wildlife habitats, natural open space, and/or natural resources can take advantage of this opportunity.

Put simply, a conservation easement is a restriction on the use of property, similar to a deed restriction. The process is that it is recorded in public records and generally is in perpetuity. The government agency receives assurance that this valuable land will be protected from future development.

For more information on conservation easements, land, and land and resource management, please visit SaundersRealEstate.com or call Dean Saunders at 1-877-518-LAND.

Download Dean’s award-winning consumer publication: We Create Solutions, a Primer on Conservation Easements on our services page in the conservation easement section of the page.

~Dean Saunders, ALC (Accredited Land Consultant),CCIM (Certified Commercial Investment Member), is a leader in conservation who understands the needs and processes of government agencies and private conservation organizations. The company, Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Real Estate, is located in Lakeland, FL and offers real estate services for land and conservation properties, as well as land and resource management.