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AN UPDATE ON LAND VALUES Marc Reck

Marc Reck
October 28, 2019

This has been a year of extremes. Between blizzards, excessive rain for some and drought conditions for others, flooding, hail storms, an early freeze, and strong winds, there has not …

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LAND NEWS Winter 2019 – Issue 24

Marc Reck
February 19, 2019

LAND NEWS
HONEST, NO-HASSLE APPROACH / SMALL TEAM, BIG RESULTS > Winter 2019 • Issue 24
IN THIS ISSUE • What to Expect in 2019 • Sale Process • Properties For Sale • Our New Website

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Notice to Terminate Nebraska Lease

Marc Reck
August 1, 2018

Whenever we sell property in Nebraska, if there is a farm lease, questions arise as to the rights of both the landlord and the tenant. If a landowner is contemplating a sale of their property and there is a verbal farm lease, notice to terminate the lease for the ensuing year is September 1. To educ

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Introducing Timed Online-Only Auctions

Marc Reck
August 14, 2017

When it comes to farm or ranch property, we offer a choice of selling via private treaty or auction. While we’ve been very successful with both methods of sale, auctions have become our specialty thanks to our unique process and platform that has resulted in over 285 auctions.

But as times change,

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Land Values Update for Summer 2017

Marc Reck
August 10, 2017

You may have seen this graph before. We’ve used it to illustrate past trends between land values, interest rates, and commodity prices. Along the way, we’ve witnessed unprecedented ups and the subsequent decline of the land values market by 20-50%.

But if you look carefully at the right side of th

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Tight Budgets Likely to Persist in 2017

Marc Reck
December 20, 2016

Tight Budgets
By Brent Gloy and David Widmar,
Agricultural Economic Insights, LLCi
(www.ageconomists.com )

Brent GloyTight Budgets Likely to Persist in 2017 Now since the 2016 crop is harvested, attention is shifting to the 2017 growing season. We produce a series of crop budgets for the major row

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