If you’re looking to buy a piece of farmland, the potential buyer must understand what an easement is and how it could affect you. Let’s take a dive into typical farmland easements and what you should know.
To start, let’s talk about what exactly
There was not much auction activity this week with 1,536 acres being offered, of which 1,175 were tillable. There was one “no sale.” We may be seeing a little weakness in a couple of the sales shown below. I heard from two different realtors this week that the only
Iowa Farmland Auctioneer Market Update | August 2018
Farmland prices for the month of July were very stable. More acres are going to be coming to the market soon. As I have been talking with other companies and land
There was a little more auction activity this week with 1,428 acres being offered, of which 1,142 were tillable. All farms sold. The sales indicate the market is holding up remarkably well. Auction activity will be very slow the next couple of weeks and will really start to pick up at
There were three land auctions this week with 764 acres being offered, of which 658 were tillable. One auction was a “no sale.” There was not enough land sold to really test the market.
“That’s my story and I’m sticking to it!” Please
Consistently low commodity prices leave farmers scratching their heads on how to keep farming with excruciatingly tight margins. Our Owner and Principal Broker recently had a conversation with a young farmer who posed the very question, “How can I continue to afford to farm?” While there are a variety of different
There were four land auctions this week, with 641 acres being offered of which 428 were tillable. One auction was a “no sale.” The three farms that sold were really strong sales, but there was not enough land sold this week to test the market.
There were only two auctions this week with 740 acres being offered, of which 715 acres were tillable. Both auctions met realtor expectations. There is not enough land being auctioned to test the market. Nervousness looms from lower grain prices, trade wars, and poor crops in certain areas of
There was not much auction activity due to the 4th of July holiday. 810 acres were offered for auction this week, of which, 555 acres were tillable. Not enough land was sold to test the market. There are not many land auctions queued up the next 30 days.
Iowa Farmland Auctioneer Market Update | July
Farmland prices for the month of June were very stable. More acres weresold in the first half of 2018 compared to in 2017 despite the wet weather conditions, increasing interest rates,