I recently purchased a hunting/fishing/recreational acreage through Whitetail Properties and I must say it was the easiest transaction I have ever made. My agent, Aaron Milliken was spot on with his assessment of the quality of the land and its hunting appeal and was more than helpful in getting the process started and completed quickly and professionally. His courteous expertise on this subject and hunting acumen helped ease the way towards making a successful purchase. Whitetail Properties has my highest recommendation without any reservation as they made the advertisement, the intel, the sale and closure of my property a very pleasurable and professional experience. If you need information on hunting acreage or need to know where to find the best people look no further than Whitetail Properties, they are hands down the best at what they do. They provide the most professional and personal treatment of the land, the buyer and the seller to make sure every experience is one that is done the right way every time. Ask for Aaron Milliken, I’ve never met a more qualified person, he won’t ever steer you wrong, and should you have the chance to interact with his Assistant, then you know your day is about to get better just for having her on your side. Whitetail will always get my business, if you want it done right then they should get yours too!! Splendid behavior in every way! Slainte!”
"As a broker and land specialist with Whitetail Properties, Aaron Milliken provided service that exceeded my expectations. He is very professional, knowledgeable, extremely personable, and always prompt and available during every step of the process. He sold multiple farms for me in short order. I highly recommend Aaron Milliken and Whitetail Properties.”
Just wanted to take a couple of minutes and thank you Aaron for the incredible experience I had purchasing my first property. You were extremely responsible and respectful. During the entire process I never felt uncomfortable or pressured in any way. You are a true professional who knows how to handle the entire process. I cannot thank you enough. You were more than willing to discuss the benefits and hindrances of the property as well as offer your input on what could be done to improve the property from both an income and hunting perspective. I’m sure you’ll have continued success - thanks again!
You know on your advertisement where it says “A Monster Shed found literally laying steps away from your Iowa property’s back door”? Well last Tuesday evening I picked up a monster set of 170” sheds “literally steps away from my Iowa property’s back door”. It also says in that same advertisement properties where you will find 200” deer, well as you know I killed my 200” the next year after I purchased my farm through you. It has to be very rewarding to be doing something you love and really helping hunters find the farm they really do dream about. Thanks Dan, thanks for helping Jeff and I to find the farm of our dreams.
Owning a piece of land has always been a family desire and we want to thank Whitetail Properties for the excellent experience we had buying our first piece of land. We were inspired and appreciated the vast knowledge of the outdoors that Dan Perez provided. And in the pursuit to find a piece of land where we could hold, grow and harvest monster bucks, he helped guide us to just that place! The property has brought year round enjoyment, from shed hunting and planting food plots, to hunting turkey and deer. With our own slice of heaven in Illinois, we’re now able to bring our family, friends and the outdoors together, making our dreams a reality.
Not only is land a great investment, but unlike other investments, you might be able to pick up a couple hundred inches of antler while you’re waiting for the right time to sell.
This guy was taken on the north end of my property in Pike County, Illinois. He was coming out of the corn field to get a drink at the creek. I have a stand right on the creek bank looking over a food plot at the end of the corn field.
Pretty as a picture, he slipped out of the corn, walked down the path I assumed he was using and stopped 18 yards from the stand on the creek rock. Doesn’t get much easier than that, does it?