Clayton Tillman, ALC
Growing up in middle Georgia near Monticello on a farm adjacent to the Oconee National Forest made me a little spoiled. My father was a US Forest Service Ranger and instilled in me a love for the land.
Several early ventures—including construction work and owning a small country store—made me realize that I was yet to find my niche. In 1980, I was introduced to the real estate (land) business. Being involved in large acreage transactions helped me realize my interest in helping others acquire real property.
After several years of working with land acquisition for a small company, I obtained my real estate license in 1985, my broker’s license in 1988, and opened a real estate company with a partner that same year. In 1992, I realized the need for a full service land brokerage company, specializing in land sales. Soon thereafter, Land Unlimited, Inc., was launched. After years of experience and several hundred million dollars in land sales, I have earned a designation sponsored by the National Association of Realtors (NAR) and Realtors Land Institute (RLI) known as Accredited Land Consultant (ALC).
Dusty is a Savannah native, and a graduate of Richmond Hill High School. Dusty began his career working as a deck hand for an offshore Research Vessel in 1998. He later would become the operations manager for Mr. Offshore Inc., a government contracted research company from 2003 through 2007. Afterward, Dusty owned and operated an auto dealership/repair shop then managed several others. It was in September of 2013 that he joined the Land Unlimited team, and became licensed in real estate sales.
In Tribute to Laura “ Laurali” Patton
2009 until September 7, 2015
On September 7th, 2015 our Laura went home to be with her Lord in Heaven. While at Land Unlimited, Laura was a licensed sales associate, but was primarily dedicated to working alongside to Clayton Tillman a personal assistant. Laura quickly became a part of not only the Land Unlimited family but the Tillman family as well. She will forever be a part of our team and will always be remembered by those that had the joy and privilege of meeting her.
Laura grew up mostly in middle Georgia. Some of her family are farmers and owned large tracts of land. During her high school years, she moved to Savannah, Georgia, which is where she would later meet the love of her life and later husband Patrick. For the last 20 years, they made Richmond Hill their home just before recently moving to Statesboro to open a new business, Papa Murphy’s Pizza.. Laura and Patrick have 2 boys, Colby in high school at Southeast Bulloch and the Waverly in the United States Coast Guard. Focusing primarily on residential sales, Laura was licensed as a sales agent in 2006, and joined Land Unlimited in 2009.