Daniel Urban

Dan was born and raised in the suburbs just outside Chicago and developed a passion for the outdoors early on in his life. Being from the suburbs, Dan did not have as much access to land near him and came to truly value the time he and his father could get away for a weekend and go hunting. As he got older his obsession with hunting and being in the outdoors continued to grow. Dan was fortunate as he had access to great properties across Illinois through mutual friends and generous people.

After attending Coe College for 4 years, where he also played collegiate baseball, Dan graduated in May of 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. Dan began working in downtown Chicago and after a short period of time working in the city environment, he knew that lifestyle wasn’t for him and wanted to return to Iowa.

Shortly after moving back to Iowa, he found that he only wanted to work in an industry that he could combine his work ethic with his passion for the outdoors. He got his real estate license and found United County Hawkeye Farm Mgmt & Real Estate to be the place to move forward with like-minded, good people.

Currently residing in Iowa City, Dan enjoys hunting the local public lands, fishing, hiking, golfing, and is a fanatic for Chicago sports.  He is looking to forward sharing his knowledge about land and working hard to meet all your buying and selling needs.

My Listings

Van Buren County Iowa Hunting Land

Birmingham, IA
Van Buren
This 54 +/- acre hunting property in Van Buren County sits 3 miles outside of Birmingham. The timber on the property is almost exclusively thick bedding. A diverse mix of creeks, cedars, hardwood, and thick understory have all the elements to grow and hold deer, as well as provide plenty of native browse. The 18 tillable acres have a CSR2 of 51.8 and is currently being rented for $2800 annually. The row crop not only provides income, but some great staging and destination food sources. Minimal hunting pressure has been put on this property and the owners have managed and held out for mature whitetails, as evident in the quality of the trail cam pictures and harvest history. There is a well-maintained trail system throughout the property to access stands and get equipment or vehicles to most of the farm. In addition to the 54 acres for purchase there are 40 acres to the east included in a perpetual easement for access and hunting rights. These additional acres allow for much greater access to stands and less pressure on the property. For more information or to schedule a private showing give us a call today!