Inside Hall and Hall

What We Learned in 2018: Our Year in Review

February 28, 2019 Hall and Hall

We are pleased to once again present our annual report which is designed to provide you with useful insights on market activity, value trends, and land financing options. The market update we send is also a great way to monitor all new listings and price adjustments. You are always in control of the updates you'll receive; we will honor your time and respect your privacy.

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Editorial and Opinion

What’s in a Rain?

August 8, 2018 Tyler Jacobs

Rain is one of those things that we often take for granted until we don’t get enough of it or inundated with too much. It is elusive, yet common. It is something that we have absolutely no control over, and so we must learn to adapt. Rain is one of those subjects that unites people of all walks of life, particularly those with rural backgrounds. It is almost without exception that rain is always the initial topic to start a conversation.

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Hall and Hall Sponsors Big Sky PBR

August 1, 2018 Hall and Hall

Last Saturday, Hall and Hall played sponsor to the Big Sky PBR, arguably the biggest event in the Big Sky Resort.  The toughest bull riders in the world were matched with the meanest bulls to see who comes out on top, and who ends up in the dirt.  The bulls were victorious once again this year in a series of exciting matchups. This year, Hall and Hall teamed up with Yeti as corporate sponsors.

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Editorial and Opinion

Harvesting the Fruits of Tax Reform for Farm & Ranch

July 19, 2018 Matthew A. Bryan, Sr., J.D., LL.M

There are more good changes than bad for farmers and ranchers with the new tax laws.  But, as you might expect from a Congressionally-operated farm, there are tares sown in with the wheat, so this paper will assess the good, the bad, and the as-yet uncertain.

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Editorial and Opinion

Maintaining & Protecting Your Water Rights

July 19, 2018 Deborah Stephenson and Stephen R. Brown

This article is the second in a continuing series regarding water in the western United States. This edition focuses on operational and administrative practices that can help maintain your water rights by first ensuring that all filings and administrative reporting requirements are up to date, and secondly, by keeping your rights active to protect them from abandonment.

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