Doug Kinser

Growing up in Columbia, Tennessee, I began hunting and fishing at the age of 8. Throughout high school and college, whenever I was not hunting, fishing or playing sports, I could be found working at my parents' hunting and fishing store. Working at their store, not only provided me with a working knowledge of the outdoor industry but memories and friendships that will last a lifetime.

 

After formal education in Public Relations at MTSU, I focused on a career in outside sales and purchased my first home. Over the past 30 years, my career has taken me to the majority of the 95 counties in the great state of Tennessee. My experiences have helped me to become versed in many aspects of the outdoor world from tree and plant types, wildlife growth and habitat, agricultural practices and an understanding of topography and how that applies to land usage.

Mossy Oak Properties allows me to connect people to land opportunities throughout Tennessee. My communication skills and attention to detail enables me to provide clients with a top notch real estate experience.

I currently reside in Franklin with my wife and children. Most days I can be found in a number of counties throughout middle Tennessee.

It would truly be a pleasure to assist you with your real estate needs. Contact me at 931-698-4439

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Land for Sale by Doug Kinser

New Listing
Decatur County, TN
This hidden gem features 3,100 sq ft home on 40+ acres of hardwood/pasture mix. Massive outdoor concrete back patio terrace perfect for outdoor living & entertaining. Sit on the large covered porch overlooking the pasture that can be used for liv...
41± Acres
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$499,000
New Listing
Hickman County, TN
Excellent off the grid recreational property with 18x20 cabin with wood stove. Comes with existing food plot bordered by mature hardwoods, shooting house and treestands. Recently cleared for additional food plots. Cabin is situated on highest point o...
38.66± Acres
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$200,000
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