Tom Maxwell joined National Land Realty in 2018. Tom has several years of experience in property and land management. He and his father spend much of their spare time on weekends and holidays working to manage and improve their family farm and timberland in southwest Georgia. The work they perform includes planting trees and wildlife food plots, controlling invasive species, brush mowing, conducting prescribed burns, renovating the farmhouse, barn, and other structures.
As a Land Professional, Tom understands the many factors that drive the decision-making of buyers and sellers. He is great at developing relationships with all kinds of people with diverse interests and desires. He is a member of several organizations including Alabama Wildlife Federation, Quality Deer Management Association, Quail Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, Longleaf Alliance, Forest Landowners Association, The Nature Conservancy, and Trinity United Methodist Church. He is a two-time national water ski champion (’86 and ’87 Boys Division Overall Titles) and was inducted into the Georgia Water Ski Hall of Fame in 2009.
Tom has two daughters named Madeline (age 14) and Meredith (age 17) and a West Highland Terrier named Finlay. They currently live in Homewood, AL. Tom enjoys spending leisure time with family and friends while hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, snow skiing, paddling and other activities in the great outdoors. He also enjoys researching his family tree (genealogy) and learning about the history of the many unique places near his home, farm, and other roadside attractions during his travels.