Iowa Farmland Auction – Union County
CAI Auctioneer, Land Broker
Founder, Auctioneer, Broker, and Agent at DreamDirt, Jason Smith is a lead farm real estate professional in the Midwest. He has achieved the pinnacle of auction education earning the CAI designation and is one of only 11 CAI auctioneers in Iowa. Jason graduated from the World Wide College of Auctioneering, and has achieved the PRI designation from the Professional Ringmen Institute. Jason and his wife founded DreamDirt in 2005, and the company continues to be a leader in the farm auction space and prides itself in offering extensive land seller and buyer information.
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37 +/- Acres Tillable Farmland Auction
DreamDirt is hosting the Cody and Karen Shay Farmland Auction. This property, 37 +/- acres of tillable farmland, will be sold via DreamDirt’s online platform, BidCapture.
Timed Online Land Auctions
This type of auction uses ascending bidding against a descending clock, or countdown. During this auction, no audio or video is broadcast and the closing is controlled by the computer countdown clock. While most auctions have a starting time, this auction ONLY has a closing time. Timed Online Land Auctions were pioneered by DreamDirt across the Midwest and are possibly the biggest advancement in auctions today. We at DreamDirt feel that Online Auctions provide five key things:
- They directly connect bidders to the auction
- Help mitigate social pressures
- Ease bidder friction
- Reduced Fees and Commissions
- Speed and Urgency
Every aspect of our Online Land Auctions is exactly the same as a traditional, live in-person auction. The online auction provides some unique advertising benefits, but other than that , everything except how we take bids is the same. Want to learn more? Click here to request your free ebook “Online Land Auctions: A Guide to Advanced and Effective Auctions”
The Cody and Karen Shay Farmland Auction consists of 37 +/- acres located southwest of Creston, IA.
Cody and Karen Shay Union County Farmland Auction Dre
More specifically, the property is located approximately 2 miles off pavement, with rural water to the farm. The farm currently has 6.75 acres enrolled in CRP that expires in 2020.
Knowing your farm’s Corn Suitability Rating index (CSR2) provides you with valuable insight into its productivity. CSR2 is a tool used in setting cash rental rates and computing a farm’s sale value. The farm has a CSR2 rating of 70.4 and currently planted to corn.
The winning buyer will have landlord possession at time of closing which will be on, or before, November 4, 2019. The farm will be open for the 2020 season in terms of farm lease. 5% Earnest money will be due upon signing of purchase agreement.
Taxes: $584.00 Annual
Questions? Ask The Auctioneers!
Tom Bradley, CAI | Land Broker & Auctioneer
Work: (855) 376-3478
Cell: (515) 202-7687
Jason Smith, CAI | Broker & Auctioneer
Work: (855) 376-3478
Cell: (515) 537-6633
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