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Need to Sell Your Middle Tennessee Farmland?

Find Your Farmland's Value

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Get Prepared to Sell

Just like selling more traditional property, selling a farm starts with the basics.

Find a Realtor

The right Realtor can ensure that you get a good return on your investment and the entire transaction goes quickly and smoothly.

Meet with a CPA

It’s important to understand the tax implications that come with selling large tracts of land and properties so you aren’t hit with any surprises.

Establish Your Goals

What are your goals for this sale? Are you looking to trade it in for other property? Sell it and lease the land back? Sell for financial gains only?

Identify Target Buyers

Based on your goals, you’ll likely be marketing to a specific pool of buyers, whether these are farmers, investors, or luxury buyers.

Gather Information

Make sure you know everything there is to know about your property, from property taxes to land and air uses to ages of wells or irrigation.

Choose an Agent Experienced in Farm Real Estate

One of the most important things you can do when selling farmland is to work with an agent who knows their stuff! Choosing an agent experienced in farm real estate can be the difference between successfully selling your land for a profit and a complete financial disaster. Contact me today if you want to learn more about how I can help you realize your goals of selling farmland.