Blue Wing Properties is a land brokerage and management company dedicated to matching you with your ideal rural property. With a breadth of knowledge that ranges from the South Carolina lowcountry to Eastern North Carolina duck impoundments, we are committed to researching every tract detail — from wildlife trends to comparable land values, agricultural and timber opportunities to conservation angles.
This year we closed properties ranging from “Little” Hobcaw Plantation, the 7000-acre historic former quail plantation of Bernard Baruch, to Toby Creek Duck Farm, a gem of a 180-acre waterfowl property off the North Santee River. We’ve recently listed a coastal estate called Raccoon Island on the South Edisto River, a Santee Delta duck hunting and fishing legacy property called Cane Island, and the cozy 90-acre Summerall farm in Bamberg County.
All land buyers are investing in something — whether it’s income potential or the invaluable chance to teach kids how to grow up in the outdoors. We recognize that this is more than just a hunting endeavor. There’s good medicine in rattling a few ice cubes and watching ducks filter into a late evening roost, watching the woods wake up in the spring, and most importantly — writing your story into land you can call your own. We’re here to help bring that vision to life.
Douglas Cutting, Broker in Charge and principal of Blue Wing Properties, is an experienced outdoorsman and land broker with a diverse background in the woods and on the water. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Davidson College, a masters in writing from UNC Wilmington, a USCG captain’s license, and real estate broker licenses in North Carolina and South Carolina.
He has brokered over 20,000 acres in both states the last 3 years and closed over $20 million in land transactions in 2015, ranging in size from 100 to 7000 acres. He lives on Daniel Island with his wife Jeni, son Hunter and daughter Adelaide.
Mark Clement is principal, agent, and director of Blue Wing’s Land Management division. He earned a bachelor’s degree in biology and an MBA from The Citadel. He holds a real estate sales license in South Carolina and has 20 years of experience developing and managing recreational properties ranging from modest personal properties to 16,000-acre corporate retreats.
Mark is a graduate of ASTM Training on Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments and is qualified to perform Phase I ESA’s in accordance with ASTM Standards E2247-08 and E1527-13. He has conducted over 40 Phase I ESA’s on 450,000+ acres of rural land. He specializes in efficiently conducting assessments on rural properties for timberland investment organizations and private individuals nationwide.
He lives in Mt. Pleasant with his wife Harriet, daughter Mary Wallace, and sons Adam & Edward.