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Mark Lewis, ALC

Land Broker licensed in Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Oklahoma and based out of our Starkville, MS Office and Oklahoma City, OK Office.

Contact Mark:

Cell: 662-418-4422

Office: 405-788-1304

Fax: 662-796-3618

E-mail Mark

A work history in real life farm, timber, and wildlife management and sales. More overalls than khaki pants. Understands soils, dirt construction, courthouse records, tax implications, conservation easements and incentive programs (both public and private). Gives the good news and the bad news straight. Enjoys long-term business relationships with good people and good properties. Favorite work activities: (1) Making land plans, (2) Helping families confidently make sound financial decisions regarding their land, (3) Dealing with people who can make a decision, (4) Analyzing data to find trends and opportunities in the market. 


  • Closed sales in over 70 counties in multiple states
  • Licensed Broker in OK, MS, AR and AL
  • Served 27+ years as a broker
  • Catfish farm management and forestry (inventory/sales)
  • Taught classes for  Real Estate CE Credits, Extension Service, and County Forestry Associations on subjects such as sealed bid process sales, landowner’s guide to hunting leases/club management, and forestry management.
  • Created land plans for wildlife management, income, and aesthetics 
  • Sales and acquisition history with private and institutional clients 

 Professional Recognition:

  • 1996 - Received ALC designation
  • 1998 - Leadership MAR/Land Realtor of the Year
  • 1999 - Vice President Southeast Regional RLI
  • 2000 - Private Property Right Liaison to NAR 

Personal Interests:

  • Planting trees for wildlife and people (mast and fruit)
  • Beekeeping (www.praireblossombeefarm.blogspot.com)
  • Gardening (deer eat everything except the flowers)
  • Hunting and fishing
  • Teaching bible classes 
  • Reading to a lap full of grandchildren

Accredited Land Consultant

Mark's Listings:

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Pawhuska High Fence Retreat - Osage County, OK

Pawhuska High Fence Retreat


Land Tour 360 Osage County, OK
2032 +/- Acres ($2,436/acre)

Elk and whitetail deer in a convenient setting loaded with property improvements and first-class amenities provide more than just a high-quality hunting experience – they promise a memorable and comfortable experience for friends, families, and businesses looking for a truly western getaway. The Lost Creek Ranch is located near the small towns of Pawhuska and Bartlesville, which offer charmingshopping options and restaurant choices for those interested in off-ranch diversions, while Tulsa ...

Elk & Whitetail High Fence  - Osage County, OK

Elk & Whitetail High Fence


Osage County, OK
1860 +/- Acres ($1,968/acre)

This is an elk and whitetail deer enclosure with minimum improvements and a perfect environment for pursuing your passion. Well-watered with a creek and several ponds scattered around the property, high meadows and bottomland food plots, this property has character! Big views and fertile creek bottoms all connected with a great interior road system make this a fun place to hunt. There's a great combination of tight, heavily wooded hiding places as well as some great places for a long-range shoot...

Easy Hunting & Views - Pittsburg County, OK

Easy Hunting & Views


Land Tour 360 Pittsburg County, OK
1035 +/- Acres ($1,325/acre)

This land is very well watered and easily accessed with great interior roads plenty of timber and a great balance of wildlife openings and meadows throughout. Everything about this property makes it easy to enjoy. The views of McAlester Lake and the surrounding area are incredible. Utilities are available. The opportunity to own a large contiguous tract that has gentle and easy interior roads and abundant county road frontage with these kinds of views and this much appeal are hard to find. A ge...

Matubby Bottom - Monroe County, MS

Matubby Bottom


Land Tour 360 Monroe County, MS
734 +/- Acres ($1,839/acre)

High rolling pastures with great views of the agriculture, CRP and timber ground in creek bottom. Two managed duck holes (some good days and some not), high turkey numbers, fair deer hunting. As CRP matures /expires, much of the bottom could easily be restored in agriculture and CRP payments generate good income. If you like diversity, this could be your place! 

A Share in Refuge Land Company - Washington County, MS

A Share in Refuge Land Company


Land Tour 360 Washington County, MS
12000 +/- Acres

Come see ducks and whitetail deer along with miles of Mississippi River frontage to be enjoyed in the shade of some of the most beautiful private hardwood stands the Delta has to offer. Great common-use facilities with your own lot on the River, quick levee access, and a well-maintained and extensive interior road system make this one easy place to enjoy. Over 30 duck holes with some ownership on the protected side of the levee make this a waterfowler's dream. An experienced biologist and years ...

 Recreational Destination with Pond on Black Creek  - Forrest County, MS

Recreational Destination with Pond on Black Creek


Forrest County, MS
135.24 +/- Acres

Imagine owning this gorgeous piece of recreational real estate with towering pines along the driveway. Nuttall Oaks can be seen with other various mixed native tree species aligning the old fence rows of open pasture. There are several homesite locations overlooking the established pond with water, electricity and a metal barn on site. Take advantage of maintained trails throughout the property for sightseeing, hiking, fishing, hunting, ATV riding, canoeing enjoying nature. Create your own wi...

Mid Rotation Pine Investment - Holmes County, MS

Mid Rotation Pine Investment


Holmes County, MS
251 +/- Acres ($1,892/acre)

Very well stocked and managed, thinned pine plantation with frontage on 3 county roads. Hunting opportunities aren't the best Holmes County has to offer but certainly, like most of the county, deer and turkey numbers are good.  

Timber Income Bone & Feathers - Monroe County, MS

Timber Income Bone & Feathers


Land Tour 360 Monroe County, MS
284 +/- Acres ($1,496/acre)

This is a true prairie hunting property with every wooded habitat feature you could hope for in this part of the state. Fronting on Town Creek to the north and moving south across the tract you experience mature hardwoods and then CRP in the bottom. As you continue south you transition into prairie hills with mature pine and hardwood stands interspersed with all the various timber species you expect to find in these prairie habitats. This is the kind of tract the experienced and informed hunter ...

Maramec Cedars - Pawnee County, OK

Maramec Cedars


Pawnee County, OK
160 +/- Acres ($1,650/acre)

Thick cedar groves with open meadows and rolling topography makes for good wildlife habitat on this quarter section just 2 miles northeast of Maramec. Introduce food plots and hunt whitetails and hogs this fall. Property is fenced on three sides with the north and west boundaries being in great condition. Continue to clean it up and run cattle or add on to the existing trail system to ride ATV's. County road frontage on two sides and only 50 minutes to both Tulsa and Stillwater. According to the...

Little Sipsey Creek Hunting and Investment Property With Homesites and Frontage on Highway 492 - Newton County, MS

Little Sipsey Creek Hunting and Investment Property With Homesites and Frontage on Highway 492


Newton County, MS
175 +/- Acres ($1,457/acre)

This gently rolling property, located on highway 492 just 3.5 miles west of Union, MS, features +/-175 acres of hunting and recreational timberland with approximately 40 acres of mature pine timber that can provide an immediate return on your investment. The Little Sipsey Creek flows through the north side of the property and highway 492 is the southern boundary. The property is also home to lots of deer and other game. An uninhabitable house and outbuildings located on the property add no valu...

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