Rural Land. That’s all we do. At Commonwealth Land, we’ve successfully managed the sale and acquisition of rural land for decades – with land transactions valued at over $90M in the last four years alone. We have some of the most experienced and technically talented professionals in the industry. Our experienced real estate professionals specialize in farm, ranch, plantation, timber, recreational and hunting land across the region, which allows us to work well with local brokers and influencers, while having access to buyers and sellers on a regional and national scale.

Best in Class Research.

Built on years of experience, hard work and consistent communication, our team has built relationships with not just buyers and sellers, but the farmers, foresters, lenders and families that make up a rural community.

Best in Class Technology.

Our mapping, management and forecasting technology leverages our relationships and gives our brokers and clients the tools necessary to make the right decision at the right time.

Best in Class Marketing.

Our proactive marketing enables future owners to find us more easily. We continue to invest in best in class marketing strategies to generate meaningful conversations within the market. This approach results in more activity and faster sales at higher prices for our clients.

Our team of brokers bring over seventy five years of combined experience, and have sold farms, ranches, plantations, timber and recreational land in over 28 Counties.

We have the proven ability to match buyers and sellers across a wide array of properties throughout the region, whether the land involves investment grade timberland, farms, recreational properties, or high-end estates.

Commonwealth Land provides a unique, proactive and research-based approach to the land business. We are an independent company owned by Commonwealth Commercial, LLC, a full service commercial real estate company with a regional presence. We utilize commercial real estate best practices, leveraging the research, technology and marketing power of a large institutional firm, while using old fashion hard work and communication that rural landowners know and expect from a local broker.