MAHC maintains a diversified real estate portfolio that includes residential and commercial developments, as well as land holdings. For more information, please call (501) 406-6180.

Whitetail Farm includes 670 acres of tillable farmland and over 400 acres of CRP promising great return. This farm has been intensely managed for top end mature bucks since 2001 and has produced three bucks over 200”. The CRP is in excellent condition and provides great deer cover, as well as prime nesting for the many turkeys that inhabit this farm. Multiple creeks and 18 ponds provide ideal habitat for wildlife, beauty, and abundant water sources. Located in the Heartland of Midwestern Trophy Whitetail Country, approximately 1.5 hours from Des Moines, 2 hours from Kansas City, and 6 miles south of the Iowa state line, deer tags are readily available with no draw process, giving you world class whitetail hunting every year. For more information, click HERE or call (501) 607-3337.

White Oaks Bayou DeView is 1800 acres of beau­ti­ful farm ground and hard­wood bot­toms locat­ed in the heart of one of the most famous and well-trav­elled flight cor­ri­dors in north­east Arkansas, along the banks of Bay­ou DeView near Fish­er, Arkansas. In addition to the restora­tion of hundreds of acres of crop ground back to pristine duck and deer habitat; lodge construction, plant­i­ng trees, installing pits and building duck blinds will make White Oaks Bay­ou DeView a world class duck hunting property. Follow our story here:

Gardens of Somerset
MAHC Partnered with P. Allen Smith to design a Continuing Care Retirement Community that will connect areas of activity, and harmonize the interior with the exterior for an engaging garden lifestyle. Specifically designed formal and informal gardens, green spaces, walking paths, water elements and nature preserves (and their views) will be available throughout the property. The Gardens of Somerset through design, programming and lifestyle will be the leading provider for later life consumers in the region.
Click HERE to read the Arkansas Times article about our project.