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It's been an interesting couple of years to say the least, but it's looking like farmland is a solid investment going into 2022.
Having grown up in agriculture, my business is built around helping Colorado farmers and ranchers get where they want to be. Especially during Colorado Proud month, I'm making an extra effort to support local agricultural businesses!
Rumors of inflation are tickling thoughts of more stable investments with institutional buyers and sellers. Bottom line- land continues to be one of the best investments a person could make.
How often do you get to ASK the questions and figure out just who your realtor is, and what makes them qualified to support you?
Check out our interview with Olivia Cain, real estate advisor and founder of Acre Source Realty.
COVID-19 land real estate trends show buyers in warm-weather climates seeking real estate in cooler-weather climates such as the Rocky Mountains. Additionally, buyers are looking to get out of the city and into more rural areas.
Low commodity prices in recent years, coupled with a pandemic, should have been the perfect storm to decrease land value - but low interest rates and low turnover in agricultural land have kept prices right around their record highs from 2019.