What are the three ways your farmland has financial value?
You know the answers.
First, it produces crops that you sell.
Second, it appreciates in value over time.
Third, it has collateral value. Banks will lend you money at a low interest rate because your farmland isn’t going anywhere.
Now, most farmers are familiar with borrowing against their land to buy equipment, seed, and more farmland.
But other than borrowing for farm needs, most farmers rightly have a deep seated aversion to borrowing whenever it can be avoided. Too many farms have gone on the auction block after multiple years of drought.
But the most successful farm owners have learned to borrow in order to buy additional farmland.
In this free series of lessons, I will show you how to leverage the value of your farmland to increase, diversify, and stabilize your income.
Yet most farmers are unaware of the fact that they are under utilizing the collateral value of their land for expanding their real estate holdings in a reliable and safe manner.
This is an free educational tool that will broaden your mind and help to safeguard your family farm as a legacy for your children and grandchildren.
Certainly, you would agree that if you left half of your fields unplanted year after year, you are under utilizing the value of your land.
Similarly, if you are not currently utilizing the collateral value of their land to expand your real estate holdings in a reliable and safe manner, you are under utilizing the value of your land.
You owe it to yourself to spend 15 minutes watching this video.