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Agricultural Lease Rates: A Guide to Estimating Income Potential for Landowners

If you are a farm or ranch owner but farming or ranching is not your trade, you are not alone. Landowner demographics in many parts of the West have shifted toward non-operators, particularly in recent decades. If you are a non-operating owner or prospective owner, evaluating your property’s income potential requires an understanding of agricultural lease rates.

How to Buy a Ranch, pt. 2: Finding a Land Broker

This is the second of a three-part series on how to buy a ranch. In this article, Greg covers the important characteristics to look for in a ranch broker, and how to know if a broker is right for you. We hope you continue to enjoy this series and that it helps you with your journey in making one of the best decisions of your life: purchasing a ranch. If you didn't catch last week's installment, you can read it here.

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.

Savvy Investors Look to Cattle Ranches

Buying a ranch is often the culmination of a lifelong dream for many of our clients. Carving out time to revel in the peace and solitude of sprawling acreage, as well as owning a unique place where unique memories are created in the outdoors are some of the top reasons that our clients come to us to connect them with the perfect ranch.


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