Posts marked: Ranch Values

How to Buy a Ranch, pt. 1: Set Goals and Do Your Research

So, you’re thinking about buying a ranch? There are a few steps to keep in mind as you embark on this adventure—but let me back up a bit. I’ve been brokering ranchland since 1986 and founded Fay Ranches in 1992. In the beginning, Fay Ranches was the first brokerage company to focus on selling fly fishing ranches. Since then, we have grown and expanded into other segments of the land arena, including productive farms, ranches, timber, and plantations—and we now work coast-to-coast in the United States.

How to Market Your Ranch

Many factors go into marketing your ranch or property. While some owners could do this themselves, the amount of time and effort it takes to build reliable connections or market to various websites is tremendous and daunting if using the “For Sale By Owner” approach. Here, we touch on a few marketing strategies to make sure your property hits the right markets and the right buyers.

Brady Smith Joins Fay Ranches

Fay Ranches has recently gained the expertise of seasoned ranch sales associate Brady Smith to our exceptional team of dedicated professionals. Brady will be working out of the Darby/Hamilton area of Montana and I am thrilled to have a colleague just an hour away from my office in Missoula. The addition of another Fay Ranches office in western Montana is a wonderful service to our clients.

Fay Ranches Adds Veteran Conservation Real Estate, Timberland Dealmaker

Fay Ranches is pleased to announce North Carolinian Dick Ludington has joined the firm and has opened an office for Fay in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Dick received his undergraduate degree, Phi Beta Kappa, and his law degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Ludington is a member of the North Carolina and Florida bars and practiced as a Certified Review Appraiser.