Examples of “Highest and Best Use” Analysis

What follows below are examples of actual “highest and best use” analysis performed by our firm on properties. These examples are provided in order to give you a better understanding of the amount of effort that is involved to determine the maximum development potential of the donor’s property. Be sure to also read the, “Step-by-Step Conservation Easement Process,” to get a better understanding of what a “highest and best use” analysis is.

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Example Soil Logs

To learn more about the conservation easement process, contact Arthur H. Howland & Associates, P.C. at (860) 354-9346 and ask for Paul Szymanski. We specialize in assisting donors step-by-step with the conservation easement process offering a full array of civil engineeringland surveyingland planningsoil science and consulting services. You can also visit us on the web at http://ahhowland.com.

One should always consult their attorney or accountant for legal or tax advice.
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