*** Join Braun and Gresham Attorney, Eric Gomez, from 5:45 - 6:00 for an Early Bird Special: "Early Bird Special: Hunting Leases: Booze, Bullets, and Bucks."
Interested in switching from traditional livestock to Wildlife Management? Learn the differences between traditional Ag valuation and Wildlife Management property tax valuation, more commonly referred to as a “Wildlife Exemption”. We’ll cover how to declare ‘Wildlife’ as the Ag use on all or part of your property, and how Wildlife Management and traditional Ag use can coexist on a single property - the result can be beautiful, healthy land and the best of both worlds.
Presented by the Plateau Land & Wildlife Exemption Specialist and Property Tax Consultants, who hold over 20 years of experience working with landowners making the transition from traditional Ag or Timber to Wildlife. Time will be provided at the end to address your questions.
About Early Bird Presenter, Eric Gomez:
Eric is a real estate attorney based out of Austin / Dripping Springs who enjoys ensuring successful real estate transactions that help safeguard his clients and their property against potential litigation. He sees his clients through the process of buying or selling real estate, addressing the unique elements of each deal to achieve the desired outcome and goals of the client.
As the founder of a small business, Eric can better understand his commercial client’s business goals and help create value in their real estate investments. He is skilled in both private and commercial real estate, including executing contracts, navigating permits and regulatory bodies, addressing title issues, locating and establishing easements, and more. Furthermore, he can guide investors through the use of a 1031 tax deferral strategy.Whether Eric’s client is a business owner or a private landowner, he carefully analyzes the elements of every deal to ensure his client’s investment is protected and capitalized on