Any cattle feeder, or successful investor for that matter, can attest that the biggest rewards often come when you are willing to assume a bit of risk.
Aerial drone photography is a powerful and compelling tool in the land marketer's arsenal. Here's a guide to getting started, the gear you'll need and other considerations for capturing the best drone footage for your clients.
Search-engine optimization, or SEO, is critical in getting online buyers to your business. Without it may make it expensive or very difficult to sell your land.
Studies have shown that green homes sell faster and sell for more than comparable non-green properties, particularly in areas with high energy prices.
Living the Dream, owned by D.W. Hindman, and Tarrant & Harman Real Estate and Auction Co., co-owned by Travis Tarrant and Mark Harman, provide a Midwestern case study in opportunity amplification.
As you contemplate selling your ranch or land, it is important to have an understanding of the process ahead of you. Here is advice on selling your ranch or land from a 30-year veteran.
Real estate agent Chris Kopf offers some expert advice for pricing your ranch for sale based on market values and other important factors.
Whether you are purchasing or selling property, it helps to know the lending lingo.
Before "cashing out" on wind rights, beware of the pitfalls involved with the severing of wind rights for both the landowner and the wind energy developer.
Rural and agricultural real estate is a challenging and specialized market segment, so utilizing an experienced real estate broker is important.
If you're considering selling a farm or ranch, there are important tax and financial planning issues of which you need to be aware. We take a detailed look.
Love of the land is encoded in Charles Davidson’s DNA.
Trey Hallmark and Kevin Meier have worked with—and learned from—Trip duPerier for more than a decade.
In 1970, Patrick Bates, the man who is widely considered the dean of western ranch real estate, began his industry education. He was a wide-eyed novice with no immediate ties to agriculture who seized an opportunity.