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Fay Ranches Sees Rising Action With Wyoming Properties

January 17th, 2012 by jarod

Courtesy of Fay Ranches, Inc.   Buffalo, WY, January 16, 2012 – People are taking a serious look at quality Wyoming Ranches these days. Mike Fraley, broker associate with Fay Ranches closed just over $17M in sales on seven ranches the last eight months of 2011. The momentum continues. “Despite this being the dead of […]

Wyoming Featured Brokers

January 9th, 2012 by jarod

Our new broker options for 2012 include several exciting features, such as the ability to be a featured broker on a state, or multiple states if you choose our Double Down package!  Included in both are the opportunities to be included in both state and regional email blasts.  These blasts feature our brokers as well […]

From The Land Report: 40 Acre Central TX Gem

October 4th, 2011 by jarod

 From the Editors of The Land Report. For Sale: 40-Acre Central Texas Gem on the Brazos   Whispering winds, the gentle flow of the Brazos River, and the sounds of nature surround you while passing through the private gates onto this magnificent, 40-acre estate, prime horse country, located near Waco, Texas.    Down the winding […]

For Sale: Oregon’s Smith Brothers Ranch

September 13th, 2011 by jarod

Courtesy of Land Report Editors Bob Smith admits that outsiders might consider his country, the rugged ranchland of east-central Oregon’s Columbia Plateau, a little dry. “Yeah, I’ve heard that,” he said. “But we get six or seven inches of rain per year, and we ran as many as 2,000 head of cattle on our place. […]

Can We Make Money?

September 12th, 2011 by jarod

Courtesy of Steve Haines– www.texasrealestatemagazine.com Yes, absolutely, but with one condition, you must decide that your marketing has to match what the market is offering now and what it will offer over the next year, and, be confident that you will sell, IN TIME! I started talking about this a couple of weeks ago, but […]

Virginia’s Rolling Hills Farm-Albert Burney Auction

September 6th, 2011 by jarod

October 8, 2011 11:00AM Absolute Auction – Selling Regardless of Price!

Record 17% Jump in Farmland Values

August 30th, 2011 by jarod

Courtesy of Land Report Editors Farmland values in the Federal Reserve’s Seventh District climbed a record 17 percent during the second quarter of 2011, according to the Chicago Fed’s Farmland Values and Agricultural Credit Conditions Report. This economic shot in the arm marks the largest year-over-year gain since the 1970s for the District’s five-state area-one […]

It’s Not “Whether” But “How Much”

August 29th, 2011 by jarod

Courtesy of Steve Haines, Texas Real Estate Magazine It’s not whether we are going to make a sale, but rather, how many sales? We may have a new normal for economics in America but aside from the debate about what is best for our country in regards to multiple issues effecting our country’s finances, I […]

516 acre farm in New Mexico SOLD-(Video)

August 19th, 2011 by jarod

The Firehouse Farm   Located within the Pecos River Valley…the Firehouse Farm is an excellent working farm located in southeastern New Mexico, west of U. S. Highway 285 along the Chaves-Eddy County line. The Pecos Valley is an integral part of the New Mexico Dairy Industry. Over 40 dairies are located in Chaves County alone. […]

What’s New? – A Ranchline Network Special Offer

August 17th, 2011 by jarod

Great things are going on here at Ranchline Network!  Not only have we added thousands of listings but………   Daily users are up 400+% since January of this year   Average listing price of property inquiries through Ranchline Network for August have AVERAGED $1.6 million dollars as of today!   Our growth has not taken […]

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