Author Archives: Tice Brashear

About Tice Brashear

Tice Brashear is the President of Brashear Realty Corporation. He is a licensed real estate broker and has over 37 years experience in selling land, farms, acreage, commercial and investment properties. He is a past President of the Georgia Association of Realtors and a past President of the Augusta Board of Realtors.

What are those strange birds? Guinea Fowl!

  You may have seen these strange birds around farms wandering about outside of any fencing and wondered what they were.  These birds have been used for years by farmers for a number of purposes.  They voracious insect predators.   They … Continue reading

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A Quick Guide to Plats of Survey – Part II

In Part I of this article we looked at the general information on a plat of survey.  Now lets look a the drawing itself.  We find that the lines representing property lines are drawn with bearings and distances indicated with … Continue reading

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Georgia Wildflowers

Georgia is host to over 300 species of wildflowers.   In our forests you will find flowers everywhere you look.  While flowers can be found in the spring, summer, and fall, summer flowers are everywhere.  Here is a sampling of flowers I … Continue reading

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A quick guide to Plats of Survey – Part I

Surveying is probably more complicated than most people want to understand, but if you own land or are thinking of buying land, an understanding of what information is conveyed on a Plat of Survey can be invaluable in making good … Continue reading

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Crawfish, Crayfish, Crawdads or Mud Bugs

  Crawfish, Crayfish, Crawdad, or Mud Bug If you were a child growing up in the south anywhere near creeks, streams, or backwaters you probably encountered these strange looking water creatures that were reminiscent of minature lobsters.   We called them … Continue reading

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