Whether you are anxiously awaiting a buyer to submit an offer on your land, or you are in the planning stages of selling your property and want to establish a realistic timeline, it’s important to understand how the time of year impacts the offers that you get.
Writing a land listing isn’t enough—you need to make sure it gets noticed, too. You’ll need to get the word ...
With so many different platforms available, the idea of establishing and maintaining a social-media presence can be daunting. It’s no use trying to do it all—you’d never have time for anything else. Instead, pick just a few different social-media platforms on which to focus your efforts.
We all know pictures sell real estate, but here’s how to take your property-listing photography to the next level and make it shine for prospective buyers out there.
While some hesitate when they see a property come up involving land, like a vacant lot or tract of farmland on the outskirts of an urban area, savvy agents and landowners know that these can be diamonds in the rough awaiting discovery.
In today’s search engine-driven marketing world, listings with solid content that clearly communicates value receive top visibility and attract the most buyers. Update your content today.
We talk to Jonathan Pellegrin, author of "The Art of Selling the Family Business," about what it takes to prepare for and actually sell your family business.
While not all land is created equal, the art of presenting land or rural property for sale follows the same general rules—whether it’s a farm for sale amidst an endless sea of Iowa cornfields or multi-million-dollar ranch perched in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains.
You may not find many buyers presenting you with a cashier’s check for a small-ticket item, but this method of payment has been considered solid and trustworthy for large-ticket items or from buyers who contact sellers online—until recently.
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.