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What is your Farm Worth?

FREE EVALUATION

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What is Your Land Worth?

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Are you considering selling this property?

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There is a reason so many farm sellers have relied on DreamDirt to appraise and sell their farms. DreamDirt relentlessly tracks farmland values by collecting actual sale prices as well as trends in agricultural real estate. Our success is in part because of our ability to quickly identify valuable aspects of our clients assets and pinpoint selling prices so our sellers have a piece of mind.

A FREE MARKET ANALYSIS will help you understand the value of your farm and give you a full inventory as well as identify the target market audience for your farm and we can turn them around quickly!

If you are considering selling farm real estate we are happy to provide you with an absolutely FREE written MARKET ANALYSIS. If you are not ready to take that step you can find information on sale prices and average farmland values in Iowa and Nebraska at www.DollarsAndDirt.com


What do we consider in evaluating your Farm?

After selling hundreds of millions of dollars of farmland real estate we understand how your farm will evaluated by buyers and we know whats important.

  • Soil Productivity

    In production agriculture soil productivity is an important component in the value of your farm. Iowa's CSR and CSR2 ratings are used by producers to evaluate purchases and in Nebraska NCCPI judges the quality of the soil. Its important to note that soil productivity isn't as important on farms where recreation is the highest and best use, these farms often have low soil productivity ratings but offer something unique in experience or quality. Understanding the fine balance and definitions is what we are good at and we will be glad to help you understand how it relates to your farm.

  • Location

    In production agriculture soil productivity is an important component in the value of your farm. Iowa's CSR and CSR2 ratings are used by producers to evaluate purchases and in Nebraska NCCPI judges the quality of the soil. Its important to note that soil productivity isn't as important on farms where recreation is the highest and best use, these farms often have low soil productivity ratings but offer something unique in experience or quality. Understanding the fine balance and definitions is what we are good at and we will be glad to help you understand how it relates to your farm.

  • Current Listing Inventory

    This is your competition. Every listing on the market is competing for buyers attention and the limited pool of buyer dollars available at any given time. Prices are always dictated by supply and demand for farm real estate and appraisals rely on what your farm would be competing with in todays market. What choices do buyers have today and at what prices? How will your farm stack up against them is just one consideration. High quality tillable farmland and high quality hunting habitat or properties with unique and desirable amenities will usually beat averages, but a low quality farm in a high supply market may not meet averages. Because of this you want an experts opinion on timing your sale correctly and into the right market conditions.

  • Improvements

    The existence of improvements will play a role in the value of a farm. Improvements can vary from homes and outbuildings to livestock impoundment and fences and every farm is as different as buyers needs and perceptions of the improvements. Correctly identifying the right buyers drives our marketing efforts through precision targeted advertising and understanding how those improvements will affect their buying decisions helps us estimate the value of your farm.

  • Production Records

    Of lesser importance in some cases and not all sellers will have access to these records. If you can give us access to production records and soil testing the documented history of high quality top end farm can impact price and buyers decision making. We can use this information to evaluate its importance to your potential sale. We also provide soil testing for farmland to help you document the quality of your farm and provide buyers with solid information to ensure your farm is not undervalued.

  • Government Programs

    Understanding Farm Service Agency programs and rules is something that can not be overlooked in valuing a farm. Government programs can and do have an impact on farmland values. Our experience has shown that some programs can make a farms value increase while others can decrease the value of a farm. Farms with CRP or WRP contracts have to be closely evaluated for price point returns and recreational value. These farms may be in various stages of a contract or be subject to restrictions that will extend to the new buyers. The timing or targeting of your land sale can make all the difference in your results and we can help you discover these programs and how they will impact your land sale.