Jonathan Goode

Jonathan is passionate about helping people buy and sell land. He is an associate broker with Southeastern Land Group, LLC (SELG) and is the Responsible Broker for the company in Mississippi. Jonathan is an Accredited Land Consultant (ALC), working with Southeastern Land Group (AlaLandCo) since 2008, serving Alabama and Mississippi. He is a member of the Alabama and Mississippi chapters of the Realtor’s Land Institute (RLI), and is a Past President of the Alabama RLI Chapter.  He was recognized as the Alabama Land Realtor of the Year in 2018.

Jonathan serves both institutional and private landowners, and is experienced with:

  • 1031 like-kind exchanges (1031 is his favorite number!)
  • Self-directed IRA purchases
  • Timberland investments
  • Agricultural land
  • Recreational properties
  • Premier properties (Special features such as: Rivers, high-fence, National Forest)
  • Estate Transitions (Conflict resolution, relationship management)

Jonathan loves helping people buy and sell rural land. He credits this deep love of rural real estate to two things: the good people he meets who are buying or selling land and the quality team of agents that work with Southeastern Land Group. He believes it is truly a gift from God to wake up every day and do what you love with a team of people you really like.

Jonathan specializes in marketing rural properties online, and is a contributor to Terra Firma Magazine, the RLI blog, Rethink Rural, and Landthink.com, writing articles focused on helping people buying and selling rural land.

He is a graduate of the University of West Alabama studying environmental science and chemistry. He and his family live near Marion in Perry County, Alabama, where they enjoy living the simple country life a small town affords. Jonathan is married to Whitney, and has three children, John David, Laura Beth, and Ulman. Their family attends Marion Presbyterian Church (PCA).


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