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
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
Every day we’re asked the same basic questions: “Has the land market softened? What should I do? Buy, sell, or hold?”
While there are no easy answers to these questions, here are five factors to keep in mind:
1. Be realistic. Depending on location, quality, and condition of the land,
For many, ownership of land is their livelihood, retirement, legacy, inheritance, and/or way of life. The fluctuation of land values personally affects everyone. Important decisions may need to be made. The discussion surrounding values should be straightforward and honest. Let’s not sugarcoat it.
Agriculture is evolving rapidly. From changing demographics, to technology, to evolving economic conditions there are many important factors working to shape the future of the agricultural sector. Dr. Gloy presents an engaging session that
Reck Agri 2016 Outlook Meeting took place at Reck Agri Realty & Auction Center in Sterling, CO, on January 19, 2016. Marc Reck and Dr. Brent Gloy, Ag Economist, gave attendees some insight on agricultural trends and other valuable information they
The graph to the right shows land values, commodity prices, and interest rates since 2000. For the past 5 years, we have experienced unprecedented farm income and bullish land markets. The burning question today is: With declining commodity prices, will land follow?
Marc Reck, local Farm and Ranch Real Estate Broker/Land Auctioneer, speaks at NJC. The Bank of Colorado hosted a community event at NJC entitled "Agriculture: What's Around the Corner and Down the Road". Marc Reck and Dr. Kohl, professor
Over the past several years, we have experienced unprecedented commodity prices, land values, and net farm income. As you well know, the lower commodity prices we’ve experienced the past sever-al months have caused concerns, assumptions are being made, and questions are being asked, “What are land v
We continue to experience record land values across Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas at the end of 2012. Sales for pivot irrigated land range from $4,000 to over $9,000 per acre, dry farmland is ranging from $500 to over $3,000 per acre, grassland is ranging from $350 to over $800 per acre, and CRP la