Auction Marketing, Real Estate Brokerage,& Farm Management
If you are considering the sale of your property consider a professionally organized real estate auction. In many situations, the auction method of marketing proves to be the most efficient and effective manner of marketing property. The competitive bidding offers a fair opportunity to all prospective buyers and results in a timely, successful sale obtaining fair market value. Auctions also eliminate the hassle of troubling negotiations and drawn out listing periods. If you would like to know if your property would best sell at auction, please contact us. We would be more than willing to discuss any questions or concerns you may have or forward information regarding past auctions.
Real Estate Brokerage
Homestead Land & Management Co. recognizes that each property is unique and requires special attention. Therefore, we will work with our clients to market their property in a manner resulting in a successful sale at the best possible price. We represent buyers and sellers concerning ag, recreational, residential, and commercial properties. Our marketing program includes: targeted advertising, market analysis, attractive brochures, mailing lists, appropriate signage, and regular communication.
Farm Management Services
Our Farm Management system is based on professional, reliable service to our clients. As a landowner, you have goals and objectives. It is our responsibility to fulfill your needs and bring you peace of mind knowing that your land is being well cared for. Our overall plan is not only to assure you of a profitable return on your investment, but also to preserve what you have worked so hard to achieve. We will handle all the day-to-day operations on your farm or ranch, always keeping you informed. Our services include: operator selection, annual farm plans & budgets, farm visits, field reports, crop marketing, financial record keeping, lease analysis, cash-flow management, reliable, communication, resource evaluation, and environmental stewardship and conservation.