Institute Contributors

Jon Filarsky2Jon Filarsky
Land Specialist
Weiss Realty
Jon@WeissChoice.com
320-322-9697

Jon Filarsky grew up in a rural setting and found a passion for the outdoors at an early age. He also spent many summers working on his Grandfather’s seed corn farm. Throughout his life he has carried on his passion for hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation. Jon is also a veteran of two deployments to Iraq with the US Army and is proud of his service to this great nation.


caleb mcdow2

Caleb McDow
Crosby and Associates, Inc
caleb@crosbydirt.com
863-293-5600

Caleb McDow is a member of Crosby & Associates, Inc in Winter Haven, FL. Caleb is originally from Shelby County, AL, and attended college at Auburn University graduating in May of 2003. After graduation, Caleb spent 9 years in the US Navy flying the F/A-18F Super Hornet and was stationed in Japan, California and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He continues to serve in the US Navy Reserve. Caleb’s current specialty is with agricultural land in Florida, focusing primarily in the north and north central regions.


Morris, G. Kent Camo

G. Kent Morris, ALC
Land Broker & Registered Forester
Waddell Land Co., LLC
gkent_morris@yahoo.com
706-441-0080

G. Kent Morris, Accredited Land Consultant, is a Land Broker and Registered Forester with over 3 decades of experience related to assets management, people management, real estate and forestry. He took his passion for land and turned his professional sights into helping others buy and sell land as a REALTOR®. He loves to help people achieve their goal of land ownership.


Worrell, Luke

Luke Worrell, ALC
Real Estate Broker
Worrell-Leka Land Services
lukew@worrell-leka.com
217-245-1618

Luke Worrell is a Broker, Accredited Land Consultant and Accredited Farm Manager in Jacksonville, IL.  He specializes in agricultural real estate and land management in west central IL.  Luke enjoys all things sports and traveling.  He resides in Springfield, IL with his wife Allison and son Kale.

 

13 thoughts on “Institute Contributors

  1. Pingback: Things to know before buying vacant land #land #rli #landforsale | REALTORS® Land Institute

  2. Pingback: A Few Points on Value | REALTORS® Land Institute

  3. Pingback: New Post: Do complex commodity markets leave you scratching your head? #rli #alc #markets #lukeworrell | REALTORS® Land Institute

  4. Pingback: Mother Nature playing nice in Illinois…for now #ALC #Land #RLI | REALTORS® Land Institute

  5. Pingback: Tools for the Land Broker Professional #RLI #ALC #Land | REALTORS® Land Institute

  6. Pingback: I keep hearing about Topographic Maps…what are they? #land #alc #maps #land | REALTORS® Land Institute

  7. Pingback: Business Chatter with Agricultural Lenders | REALTORS® Land Institute

  8. Pingback: The Three Hardest Words in Business | REALTORS® Land Institute

  9. Pingback: I just bought some land! ….should I allocate my cost? | REALTORS® Land Institute

  10. Pingback: Reflection Time | REALTORS® Land Institute

  11. Pingback: How to Succeed by Not Being Yourself | REALTORS® Land Institute

  12. Pingback: Combo Farms Firming Up? | REALTORS® Land Institute

  13. Pingback: The Time for Real Estate Agents to Adapt Has Come | REALTORS® Land Institute

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s