Gerald Barber, ASLA, IAAO, GAA

Gerald is a certified general appraiser, registered landscape architect and licensed real estate broker.Gerald became President of Barber and Mann, Inc. in 2002 and has performed conservation easements and other specialized appraisals and real estate consulting on environmentally sensitive lands for numerous clients throughout Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, South Carolina and Tennessee. Prior to being elected as Tax Assessor of Madison County (one of the fastest growing counties in the US) in 1988, where he is in his sixth consecutive term, Gerald was President of Oak Lane, Inc, a landscape architecture, land planning, and development firm for 16 years. He received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture in 1972 from Mississippi State University.

His passion for the outdoors has extended far past his professional career. He has volunteered over 30 years of service with several regional and nationwide conservation organizations including  being the former Chairman of the National Wildlife Federation, the former chairman and co-founder of Republicans for Environmental Protection Educational Foundation and the former Vice President and co-founder of the Delta Land Trust.


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Barber & Mann, Inc.
453 Northpark Drive
Suite B
Ridgeland, Mississippi  39157
Phone: 601-957-3443
Fax: 601-957-3424


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Bundle Of Rights Approach To Value


The bundle of rights theory maintains that ownership of a parcel of real estate may embrace a great many rights, such as the right to its occupancy and use; the right to sell it in whole or in part; the right to bequeath; the right to transfer by contract for specified periods of time, the benefits to be derived by occupancy and use of the real estate.