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Land Investment Experts

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Connecting Land Buyers and Sellers Since 1993

Lile Real Estate is a dedicated team of professionals with an in-depth understanding and a network of qualified buyers within the Mid-South and across the country. For 28 years, we’ve connected land sellers with buyers in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee.


Full Service Land Agency

From sales and marketing, sealed bids, consulting, and acquisitions to exchanges property development, and research and market analysis – Lile Real Estate does it all. 

Certified Land Experts

Love the land? We live the life too. Lile Real Estate is a passionate and professional team with decades of experience. We are connectors with a mission.

Finding Your Land

We specialize in connecting rural properties with people who appreciate them. From large farms to small tracts, these are just a few of our satisfied customers. 

Proven Track Record of Success

In the last five years alone, Lile Real Estate has surpassed the $350 million mark in sales. Whether you’re looking to invest or build your country escape – we have the connections to make it happen. Check out a few of our recently sold properties below.

Recently Sold Properties 

Oldham Recreational Tract

The Oldham Recreational Tract consists of 418± acres in Lonoke County, Arkansas offering a unique opportunity to acquire impounded green timber and complementary excellent agricultural land in close proximity to Little Rock. The tract has good access from Arkansas State Highway 31 and Oldham Road. The property features 140± acres of green timber that is anchored by the agricultural fields on the east side, located less than two (2) miles from the famous Bayou Meto flyway. The property has tremendous potential to be further developed into a premium waterfowl hunting property. The green timber can be artificially flooded by a ten (10) inch electric turbine well. The Farm Service Agency reports a total of 262± tillable acres, all of which have been precision leveled. The cropland has a good mix of soils and has a history of rice, corn and soybean production.


Firehunt Humphrey Farm

The Firehunt Humphrey Farm consists of 2,580.59± total surveyed and contiguous acres in Jefferson County, Arkansas. The property is located just west of the town of Humphrey and offers an excellent agricultural investment grade opportunity. The Farm Service Agency office reports a total of 2,412.55± tillable acres, all of which are irrigated. Of the tillable acreage field numbers 9 and 10, on the FSA field map, consist of 24.08 “new” field acres expected to be in crop 2024. The property is accessed from E. Clint Henderson Road and N. Gilliand Road.

The farm is located in a major waterfowl flyway and is situated just northwest of the Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The farm has an excellent reputation for being a major hub for winter migrating waterfowl with multiple blinds and locations to hunt.

Woodpecker Flats

This property is comprised of 234.01± surveyed acres, which was enrolled in the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP) in 2002, and planted in hardwoods, which are much older and mature than much of the surrounding Conservation Program trees. The property also has two Moist Soil Units (MSU) with water control structures in place to hold water for waterfowl. This Conservation Easement is somewhat unique for this area, as it expires in 2032, allowing the landowner to further manipulate the property and make changes and improvements that might not otherwise be allowed under a perpetual easement. A local farmer assists with the upkeep of the farm, as well as the planting of waterfowl and deer food plots, and has indicated that he would like to remain and offer assistance to the new owner(s).

Other features include four (4) permanent tower deer stands, which are located on wildlife food plots with supplemental feeders. The property is home to some very productive deer hunting with potential for giant whitetails. The current owners have taken numerous trophy deer from the property, and most of Arkansas’ Boone and Crocket Record Book deer, have come from this vicinity. All of the deer stands, and feeders will convey with the property. Other features include two (2) permanent duck blinds, located in the moist soil units, which will accommodate 6-8 hunters.

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