Chad Carger

Chad Carger

Principal Broker / Owner

‭(501) 843-1111‬

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Chad Carger

Born in Mississippi and raised in Arkansas, Chad has spent most of his life in the woods or on the water. Combine that with years of experience and success in all facets of the real estate market and you get a seasoned land broker who helps you see all the angles. As co-founder and principal broker at Habitat Land Co., Chad has extensive knowledge of the land market including commercial, agricultural and timber properties. With over 15+ years of experience in the real estate world, he understands the complexity of land value, sales, and marketing. His knowledge of the acquisition and development process including environmental concerns, easements, deed restrictions, mineral rights, and surface rights gives Habitat Land Company and its clients an edge in today’s rapidly changing market.

Chad’s Properties

  • 912000
    240
    1561762971
    1561141738
    0
    huntingland recreationalland riverfront timberland
    White County, Arkansas
    Big hardwood timber, private launch ramp on Bayou Des Arc, gated access, end of the road, whitetail travel corridor, flooded oaks, fishing.... The list could go on and on. A tremendous bottomland tract on a major bayou with all the characteristics, history and critters you would hope for. The access is protected by a locked gate and power runs down the road to an old lodge by the launch ramp. The lodge is not currently livable, but would be an ideal spot to remodel or rebuild. The timber is big and provides plenty of mast for the small game
    240± acres
    $912,000
  • 749900
    203
    1569969636
    1569961666
    0
    huntingland recreationalland riverfront timberland
    White County, Arkansas
    Highway 64 east out of Bald Knob has long served as a prominent pipeline into the east Arkansas Delta for hunters chasing ducks and trophy whitetails. The first stop along the way for many central Arkansas residents (as well as many out of towners) is Bald Knob NWR and Hurricane WMA. Both well known for the number of waterfowl they hold and the trophy deer that live there. The Cut-off Creek 203 is just 1 mile north of Hurricane WMA on the south side of Hwy 64. Named after the creek that flows through the property for over 1/2 a
    203± acres
    $749,900
  • 279000
    100
    1582321292
    1570207330
    0
    huntingland recreationalland timberland
    White County, Arkansas
    Finding 100 acres that allows you to hunt deer, turkey and ducks is not an easy thing to do. Finding it under 3,000/ac. is tougher still. This tract checks all those boxes and is less than $2,800 an acre! Glade Creek occupies a good portion of the NE 40 and always has water...most of it wading depth and less. It regularly attracts ducks and the deer use some of high spots to bed and feed on the lush vegetation as well. Hardwood timber and fields intermingle giving hunters a lot of opportunity at game, choices for stands
    100± acres
    $279,000
  • 275000
    1.6
    1579927251
    1571408185
    0
    huntingland recreationalland residentialproperty riverfront singlefamily
    White County, Arkansas
    Henry Gray Hurricane Lake WMA is a 17,000 acre sportsman's play ground featuring 11 lakes, giant hardwood timber, trophy deer hunting and in the winter months is heavily used by duck hunters looking to enjoy the most sought after sight in duck hunting...mallards descending through the limbs of the flooded timber. Inside its boundaries are only a handful of private inholdings allowing a few lucky people a very special opportunity to enjoy all it has to offer. Mallard Pond Lodge is one of the few and the nicest of the bunch. It sits on the banks of the
    1.6± acres
    $275,000
  • 38500
    1.39
    1561762971
    1561131303
    0
    undevelopedland lot
    Woodruff County, Arkansas
    Nice flat lot on Rex Hancock road directly east of Gregory, AR near the entrance of Black Swamp. Great place to call home base being just outside one of the most popular access points to the Cache River and centrally located to access the miles of public land that theCache River NWR and Rex Hancock Black Swamp offer. Augusta and McCrory are both a very short drive to the North and the famous Tamale Factory is only minutes away. Call or send us a message if you've been looking for a spot to set up shop!
    1.39± acres
    $38,500
  • 335000
    139
    1582155667
    1566747975
    0
    huntingland recreationalland residentialproperty timberland
    White County, Arkansas
    A turnkey property just south of Rose Bud in White County, AR. Two entrances protected by gates give this property awesome paved access off of Hwy 5 and the road system (one nice gravel road extending the length of the property east and west) allows you to drive throughout the property. The timber stand is in great shape and is mostly hardwood providing lots of mast. The topography enhances the place in several ways...it gives it a very large feel, provides a good assortment of terrain features to hunt, provides bedding and great spots to hide for the wildlife
    139± acres
    $335,000
  • 995000
    320
    1580338361
    1560529996
    0
    huntingland recreationalland timberland
    White County, Arkansas
    The Oak Flat 320 is the unicorn of the land industry...flat ground covered in hardwood timber with a substantial drain running roughly through the center and surrounded by crop ground. Just a mile south is Bayou Des Arc and some very ducky ground that's all private...no public access. There are some very good possibilities for The Oak Flat including, but not limited to, further development for waterfowl and whitetail. The east and west boundaries are 1 mile apart and bordered by county roads making access easy and convenient. The "hole" is located fairly close to the center
    320± acres
    $995,000
  • 299900
    80
    1568929241
    1561061668
    0
    farms huntingland recreationalland timberland
    Monroe County, Arkansas
    Very rare opportunity to own an income producing hunting property in the Bayou DeView basin. The level crop ground is watered by an electric well and was in corn in 2017 and soybeans in 2018 and 2019. The water works its way to the south end of the field allowing a great opportunity to pull a levee and flood the field when the crops are out to hold waterfowl next to the woods. The timber itself is a variety of mast producing oak trees with a "brake" that runs NE to SW through the timber along the field. Although
    80± acres
    $299,900

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