Texas Reservoir Levels In Decline

Texas Reservoir Levels In Decline – The Trend Will Continue, by Andrew Owen

Kansas City, July 9 (World Weather Inc.) – Western and southern Texas water storage is in decline over that of last year and the region will continue to deal with hot, dry, weather for the next few weeks resulting in a further decline. Some areas in western and southern Texas have been experiencing a fall in soil moisture and water supply since last autumn. Dryland production has been cut for many areas, but irrigated agriculture has been experiencing ongoing favorable conditions. Water levels will continue to steadily decrease as rainfall remains limited and temperatures prevail above seasonal norms. Water restrictions are already in place across many areas and this trend will continue for the foreseeable future. Some of the water restrictions could become more significant as the summer advances. Cotton and other crop conditions are variable for West Texas and South Texas due to the dryness and low water levels. In the meantime, there is ample water storage in eastern Texas. READ ARTICLE

Greg Good Now Licensed in Oklahoma

Greg Good

Greg Good is a Perryton native and manages our Perryton Branch Office. He is a member of the Realtors Land Institute and the National Association of Realtors. After recently receiving his Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) designation, Greg started working towards his Oklahoma Real Estate Sales Agent License. After a lot of hard work and hours of education, we are proud to announce he is now a licensed Real Estate Sales Agent in the state of Texas and Oklahoma. Greg has extensive farm and ranch knowledge and would be happy to help you with your Texas and Oklahoma real estate needs. Contact Greg Today.

2019 RLI APEX Awards

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April 2, 2020 (Amarillo TX) – George Clift, ALC of Amarillo, TX, Greg Good, ALC of Perryton, TX, and Hadley Perkins of Amarillo, TX were recognized as a part of the 2019 APEX Producers Club by the Realtors® Land Institute at the RLI APEX Production Awards Program, sponsored by The Land Report. These agents were recognized by RLI CEO Aubrie Kobernus, as well as The Land Report’s Co-founders Eddie Lee Rider Jr. and Eric O’Keefe, at a special awards ceremony on Monday, March 30th, during RLI’s 2020 National Land Conference (NLC20).

“We are proud of these Clift Land Brokers associates, and all of our members that were recognized as part of our award programs for their accomplishments in 2019. They truly are the crème of the crop when it comes to land real estate professionals,” said Kobernus.

The RLI APEX Awards Program, sponsored by The Land Report, celebrated its third year with a record 105 applicants totaling a combined $2.65+ billion in qualifying transaction volume and 3,535 sides represented. All land professionals recognized as part of the RLI APEX Awards Program are active members of RLI. Those recognized in the 2019 APEX Producers Club surpassed $4M in qualifying production volume. For more information on the award winners, please make sure to get a copy of The Land Report, one of the industry’s leading magazines for landowners and land professionals, which will publicize the top winners in their upcoming Spring 2020 issue. All land real estate professionals are invited to join RLI and apply to the prestigious APEX Awards Program next year. Learn more at rliland.com

 

Our Annual Christmas in “October”

CLB just celebrated another Christmas in “October” this weekend. October is a wonderful time to get our team together as we try and avoid the holiday rush in November and December. We celebrated this year at the wonderful Wolflin House where we enjoyed fajitas from Joe Taco, followed by a competitive corn hole tournament. Afterwards, George Clift presented the 2019 Sales Awards to the following Sales Associates:

Most Transactions – Eric Turpen

Top Auction Sales – Bryan Clift

Top Sales Agent & 10 Million Dollar Club – Hadley Perkins

Largest Transaction & 5 Million Dollar Club – Gary Sutherland

and not pictured but in the 5 Million Dollar Club – Greg Good

Congratulations to these Sales Associates for all their hard work in 2019!

CLB Christmas 2019

Clift Land Brokers Donates to Area Schools

George Clift, ALC, owner of Clift Land Brokers, and Gary Sutherland, Associate Broker of Pampa, were in the area on Friday handing out checks to Miami and Canadian schools.  Several months ago, Clift Land Brokers was hired by Salem Abraham to sell the 12,160 acre Christie Ranch in Roberts County. Earlier this month, that ranch was sold to Travis and Kylee Chester.

“George and Gary did a great job selling the ranch” commented Salem Abraham, “and I think we all had fun working together.” George Clift said, ”After closing the ranch deal, Gary and I wanted to do something to give back to this area where the ranch was located. We feel it is important to help educate the next generation of leaders who will be in charge of agriculture in this area. This is a way we can help. We also enjoyed working with Salem and we know he and Ruth Ann share our concern for helping kids.”

A check in the amount of $4,000 was presented to the Miami High School FFA program. Two checks in the amount of $3,000 each were presented to the Canadian High School FFA program and to the Canadian High School FCCLA program.

Abraham said, “I think it is great that Clift Land Brokers helps out in the communities where they work. So often, we all see companies come to our community to make money, but they take the money they make here and give their donations back home. George and Gary recognize that our kids out here matter too, and I really appreciate that mindset.”

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Presentation to Canadian ISD (Back row, left to right) FFA Advisor Tonny Hamby, Gary Sutherland, George Clift, Salem Abraham, and FCCLA Advisor Paige Culwell; (front row) FFA’ers, Peyton Dockray and Emma Waters, and FCCLA’ers Allison Culwell and Lily Smith.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Presentation to Miami ISD FFA (From left to right) George Clift, ALC, Donna Hale (Superintendent), Tucker Long (Ag Teacher), Gary Sutherland, Associate Broker, and Salem Abraham