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These 221.57 acres of quality farmland is located in Warren County Iowa in Otter Township, Section 21 and 22. The farm is located 6 miles West of Milo, IA, at the intersection of highway 65 and G58, with hard surface frontage. This is a rare chance to purchase a farm that hasn’t been offered to the public since 1984.
Our company was built to generate Iowa land transactions combining two things, land marketing experience and farmland sales experience. Our marketing company and land salesman are focused on Iowa dirt! Iowa Land runs deep within each person that makes up our company. We have a passion for land and that’s what we know. Each person has their strengths and we mesh those strengths together forming a land company that is powerful in both land auctions and private treaty land sales.
Investors today tend to alway look for the best return on their investment when looking to sink hard earned dollars into farmland. Iowa Land Company land agents understand why it’s important to reap the benefits of the best return on your investment because that’s common economics. However it’s important to keep a few things in mind before pulling the trigger on the farm that provides the best return on investment. A couple questions to ask yourself before buying land might be..
Iowa Land Company’s reach from the Mississippi to the Missouri river is equally as strong. Within the state of Iowa, there is no farm too big or too small, and certainly not a farm out of our reach. If you’re considering selling your farmland or looking for your next piece of dirt, pick up the phone and call (515) 962-5048 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Iowa Land Company will be offering on December 1, 2017, this 30 acres M/L subject to survey. Located Northwest of Woodburn, Iowa. This farm offers an opportunity to be a great investment purchased for, both the farmland investor and or local operator both big or small.
The USDA yield estimates have continued to climb over the latter part of the summer. USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey said, “You should never be surprised about these late season bumps in soybean numbers.”
The fourth quarter is historically the busiest time of year in the farmland/tillable market and this year is no different. If you have productive cropland acres with quality CSR2 values you are thinking about selling, now is the time to sell. We, at Iowa Land Company, provide a complete farmland auction service that is extremely professional, efficient, modern, and most importantly, proven. We would love to discuss with you our auction process and explain why that is the best way to get you top dollar and do it quickly.
It’s getting to be that time of year when landowners of Iowa farmland are once again considering all their possibilities on what to do with their farm. Do I farm the farm another year? Do I start looking for a good tenant? The biggest question you might have, do I consider selling the farm? All these questions need to be pursued after harvest as over 67% of farmland sells once the crop has been harvested through the month of February.
Throughout 2017, quality tillable farmland has brought a lot of positives to Iowans selling farmland; investors and farmers have been very aggressive . Farmland auctions are starting to pick up in the Hawkeye state. Many of these auctions are held in family farmland trust that are liquidated through the use of an estate attorney.