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March 19th, 2015 by Ranchline

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March 17th, 2015 by Ranchline

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Schrader has a new auction!

March 16th, 2015 by Ranchline

Land auction NW Texas irrigated farmland, Thursday March 26th 10am, held at Rita Blanca Coliseum-Dalhart, TX

RecLand Has A New Listing!

March 6th, 2015 by Ranchline

Large waterfront lot that consents of three smaller lots on Lake Claiborne with a mobile home provides a small camp with porch.

SheepIndustry News

March 3rd, 2015 by Ranchline

The Sheep Industry News is a monthly publication of the American Sheep Industry Association. Each month relevant stories about the industry are brought to our members, Click the picture to read the digital version of the March issue of Sheep Industry News.This issue highlights the 2015 ASI Convention, Where members celebrated the 150th year of the American Sheep Industry!

Two of our newest listings on Ranchline Network

July 30th, 2014 by jarod

Colorado Luxury Log Cabin on 70 acres!

The Laroux Creek Ranch is a Colorado hobby farm on 70 acres located between Hotchkiss and Cedaredge in the southwest part of the state, about an hour southeast of Grand Junction. The ranch has an appealing combination of easy living, gorgeous views, irrigated hay meadows, horse facilities, and a well-built, comfortable log home with a large great room and a stunning kitchen.
Quality improvements on a Colorado lifestyle property  More information


Idyllic location between Hinsdale & Glasgow, in Tampico, MT
Bidding begins Wed, August 6 at Noon & ends August 13 at 6 PM MDT

Don’t miss your opportunity to own this amazing property with a full ¼ mile of Milk River frontage! This 230± total acre mix of farmland, pasture and woodlands is perfect for a small farm, hunting and fishing property, or a rancher’s first venture. Offered in three tracts, you can buy one or buy them all!
• Tract #1: 160± acres of prime pasture for livestock & fertile farmland
• Tract #2: 60± acres Milk River frontage populated with walleye, catfish, northern pike & wooded habitat with whitetail deer, turkey & ringneck pheasant. Includes an area previously used as a gravel pit.
• Tract #3: 10± acres with home site, grain bins & outbuildings

More Information

New Ranchline Broker in Colordao-Gary Hubbell

July 19th, 2014 by jodi

Ranchline Network would like to welcome it’s newest broker Gary Hubbell -Colorado Ranch broker with United Country! Below you will find a link to Gary’s bio, his contact information, and a link to his listings on Ranchline Network! Please take a moment to check out the beautiful Colorado properties he has listed!

Gary Hubbell

On Ranchline Network

(970) 872-3322


Commanche Creek Land and Cattle- Hayden Outdoors

February 6th, 2013 by jarod

Jim Digby of Hayden Outdoors, participating with Cabela’s Trophy Properties has listed Comanche Creek Land and Cattle near Kiowa, Colorado. It’s a premier ranch within 45 minutes of Denver or Colorado Springs, Colorado. This ranch boasts 70 acres of sub-irrigated hay ground, 2 miles of Comanche Creek with live springs and 300 acres of pines on the western bluff overlooking the Bijou Valley. With easy highway access off of State Highway 86, just minutes east of Kiowa, this ranch has a very desirable location. The hunting is second to none, with trophy mule deer, turkey, antelope, coyote, the occasional elk and mountain lion. The views overlooking the Bijou Valley are one of eastern Colorado’s best kept secrets. Folks, this is an exceptional property in a highly desirable location. The ranch will run about 70 pairs year round with ample water in the creek and enough hay production to take care of winter feeding. Kiowa is the county seat of Elbert County and neighboring Elizabeth offers all the shopping amenities a person needs. The area is known for it’s good ranches and rolling terrain. The cattle gains in Elbert County are some of the best in the state. Grasses are primarily short grasses, such as grama grass and buffalo grass. There is also a variety of cool season grasses. If your looking for a productive ranch that’s close in to the Colorado front range and has exceptional hunting, views and great access, you can stop looking here. To view this ranch, contact Jim Digby at 303-883-8493.

The Jackson Hole Real Estate Market is Up 61%

January 22nd, 2013 by jarod

2012 Year-End Real Estate Market Report

by Jackson Hole Realty, Richard Lewis and Associates

The Jackson real estate market continues to capture the imagination and the hearts of the buying public and to intrigue investors worldwide. At Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates, as the recognized authority in the Jackson housing market, we are frequently asked questions such as: How is the market performing? Which segments of the market are performing above expectations, and what are the primary drivers?  We publish this report by capitalizing on the collective wisdom, experiences, and insights from our group of real estate professionals.  Jackson Hole Real Estate Associates is comprised of qualified leaders in the local market as well as recognized authorities on the world real estate stage.

We are pleased to report encouraging results as we look back on 2012 in review and we anticipate continued momentum and strength into 2013.  As you review our summary of the last year of performance for Jackson Hole real estate, we invite you to contact any one of our esteemed real estate professionals for more information and specifics regarding real estate in the Teton Region.


Obtaining a Mortgage Loan to Purchase a Farm – Steps to Follow

November 16th, 2012 by jarod

Are you planning to buy a farm? Just like it is difficult to obtain a mortgage loan, similarly it is equally difficult to get a loan to purchase a farm. This is because there are several risks associated when you become the owner of a farm such as change in crop price and drop in the price of land. There are many traditional mortgage lenders who do not have any experience in agricultural loans and, as such, believe farming a business loan rather than a real estate loan. It is important on your part to do the necessary homework properly and search for the right lender so that you may be able to purchase your farm successfully.

6 Steps to obtain a mortgage loan in order to purchase a farm

Here are discussed the 6 steps to obtain a mortgage loan in order to purchase a farm.

  1. Collect the necessary financial documents – Before taking out a loan to purchase a farm, you will have to collect the necessary financial documents for all the people who will be there on the farm loan. Make sure you include all personal assets and liabilities along with the financial documents.
  1. Assess your credit report properly – You will have to assess your credit report properly and see that you have a good credit score. If you find there are any discrepancy in your report, get them rectified at once before you may apply for a loan. You need to know that every person is permitted to a free annual credit report from each of the three reporting bureaus – Experian, Transunion and Equifax. If you have a credit score of around 700, then it is considered good for taking out a loan. However, a score in the range of 600 may mean that you will have to pay high rate of interest on your loan.
  1. Formulate a suitable business plan – You need to develop a suitable business plan in order to find out how you’ll be able to make profit from your farm. This may or may not be required in case of a loan. However, it is a good option to find out how much profit you will able to make for your future.
  1. Search for a lender who is an expert in farm mortgage – You will have to search for a lender who is an expert in farm mortgage. A farm mortgage usually enjoys more flexibility than a traditional mortgage including varying loan terms and payment holidays. Since the farm loans are flexible, they can cover a diversity of purchases. The farmers who are planning to broaden their operations by purchasing extra land can consider taking a farm loan.
  1. Choose Farm Service Agency loan program – The Farm Service Agency (FSA) loan program through the United States Department of Agriculture is another option for farm financing. The FSA will make guaranteed or direct loans to small or medium-sized farmers who cannot take out a traditional commercial loan. These funds can be used for land, equipment, livestock and supplies. You will be able to get the applications for this program on the FSA website.
  1. Allow your farm to get an appraisal done – You can have an appraisal done on the farm that you want to buy. This will ensure you if the purchase price reflects the market value. You may also evaluate the sale price of the similar properties in the area that have been sold recently or in the previous year.

Thus, by following the above steps, you will be able to get a mortgage loan in order to buy a farm.

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