A passion for the outdoors, respect for the value of land, and expertise in land utilization and preservation give Max Farrell a solid foundation for helping you with Northwest Arkansas real estate. Max holds a Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and has a four-year background in ensuring environmental compliance at the state level. He spent 11 years administering a GIS database and coordinating third-party land survey crews and environmental assessment teams for the oil and gas pipeline industry. Proficient in aerial photography and topographic interpretation, Max was also heavily involved in wetland determination and spent a lot of time obtaining utility easements without the use of condemnation. This required a great deal of listening and understanding with individual landowners across a wide variety of large-scale projects. He serves Northwest Arkansas including Bentonville, Rogers, Springdale, Fayetteville, Siloam Springs, and Pea Ridge. Max is an avid whitetail bowhunter and turkey hunter, enjoys bass fishing and has experience in wildlife habitat improvement. He also has knowledge of government-subsidized conservation programs available to landowners. Max lives in Rogers with his wife, Rachel, and their two daughters, Weezie and Daisy. His experience gives him the ability to help buyers and sellers quickly recognize valuable features of rural property including drainage, location concerns, access, benefits to wildlife, historical relics, plant species, and more. He also has deep community connections — and looks forward to helping his clients utilize them to achieve their goals.