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Steve Romick: Forget Gold, Buy Farmland
 
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Get a peek at what's inside FPA Crescent Funds' portfolio as the esteemed fund manager shares team building insights and sector investment methodology. Plus, Romick explains why farming is like edible gold. Read it on FORBES: http://goo.gl/RoFrz Subscribe to FORBES: http://youtube.com/subscription_cente... For more FORBES content: http://forbes.com Follow FORBES on Twitter: http://twitter.com/forbes Like FORBES on Facebook: http://fb.com/forbes
Views: 20627 Forbes
IF YOU HAVE $20 YOU CAN OWN FARMLAND
 
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EASIEST WAY TO BUY FARMLAND (THE BIG SHORT) In this video I show you the easiest way to own U.S. Farmland without setting foot on an actual farm yourself. With global population growth and urban sprawl, irrigated farmland may become more valuable in the future. This method of ownership is completely passive and can be accomplished using your laptop. For more investing videos, visit my channel homepage. Additional farmland info: https://mailchi.mp/2bf176676fe4/farmlandinfo Instagram: @kennyrrobinson Mailing address: P.O. Box 4336 Pocatello, Idaho 83205 Music: Rock Angel by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/K8eRXvLL7Wo
Views: 1987 Kenny Robinson
Should You Invest in Farmland?
 
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Wealthy investors can diversify beyond stocks and bonds by owning cornfields. John Taylor of U.S. Trust says farmland produces capital gains as well as income. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy Visit the WSJ channel for more video: https://www.youtube.com/wsjdigitalnetwork More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://online.wsj.com/home-page Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjlive Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJLive Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Follow WSJ on Tumblr: http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/wall-street-journal Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
Views: 12517 Wall Street Journal
Investing in agricultural land? Follow these guidelines
 
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If you are an investor looking to buy or put your money in an agricultural land, here are key guidelines to follow and investing tips.
Views: 33831 NDTV
Investing In Farmland - The Rate of Return Matrix
 
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This Farmland Calculator can be found at: https://www.iqcalculators.com/calculator/farmland/ Visit our home page at: https://www.iqcalculators.com Follow us on Twitter @IQWealthCalcs Video Transcript: Wouldn’t it be great if you knew what crop prices, and crop yields would be 10 years into the future before you bought a piece of land? A farmer could make a nice living if that was predictable. But the fact is, we can’t predict crop prices.....or crop yields. And that’s one reason IQ Calculators created this calculator for farmers. Hi, I’m Bob from Kansas, and I made this short video to help farmers who are thinking of buying their next piece of ground know how to use “FarmLandROR”. This farmland rate of return calculator can help you evaluate your projected rate of return EVEN with unknown variables such as crop prices and yields. I’m not going to go into deep detail in this video .....but for now, I’m primarily going to talk about a feature in this calculator called the Rate of Return Matrix. The Rate of Return Matrix was created as a solution for farmers to be able to compare rates of return on farmland by doing a sensitivity analysis around crop prices and production rates. A sensitivity analysis is an exercise where select variables are adjusted higher and/or lower to measure and calculate what-if situations.......in this case crop prices and yields are those variables. So how does it work? To start out, you’ll need to project and enter information related to the purchase or acquisition of the land, your expected income & expenses, and the sale or disposition of the property. Just use the arrows on the side of the page to slide right or left to each section. As you begin entering in your information, here’s a useful tip.... If you don’t know what a field means.... or what it is asking for, you can hover over the tooltips for more info. You can also hover over the big numbers and even some of the rows in the table in order to learn definitions or gain a better understanding Now back to the main point... if you notice, as you scroll left to right on the input fields, you can see that the second group of fields is for income. Included in income is of course your crop prices, and your crop production...or yield. Notice that these aren’t input fields but rather they are input “schedules”. Here is where you’ll enter or project your crop prices over the next 30 years. Sounds impossible right?..... Don’t worry....this calculator makes it easy. When you click the price schedule, you’ll notice that it asks you for 4 key pieces of information. It asks for a Low Price, a Mid Price, and a High Price. By entering a low, mid, and high price, it allows you to calculate the rate of return for your worst case....your best case....and your base or expected case for crop prices. And it also asks for you to enter an inflation rate or a rate at which you expect crop prices to increase each year. If you don’t want to enter an inflation rate, change the field to 0. And if you want to enter your price projections manually, you can do that also by clicking directly into the field....and entering your data manually. And don’t forget about the copy down option in each field. With one click of the button, your data copies down the entire column. And it’s pretty much that simple folks. Next, we’ll look at the production schedule. You’ll find no surprise here...it works exactly the same way....just enter your low, mid, and high projected production rates and the calculator will do the rest. Now as we exit out of that schedule... ....the field right beside that is the number of farmable acres. This is how our revenue will be determined....by taking crop prices, times the number of units produced per acre, times the number of acres. Now you may be thinking, great, so how does me entering this information become useful? Well, first, if you enter that information as well as your acquisition info, your expenses, and your disposition info, you’ll get these 4 important numbers that are calculated here. Again, if you don’t know what these numbers mean, use the tooltips to learn. In addition, you’ll also get this simplified income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement in this table below....which projects out to 30 years. Not to mention, it also calculates your internal rate return out to 30 years. All of that information is extremely useful...and I’m glad that it’s there...but remember, I want to tell you about the “Rate of Return” Matrix. And that is what we find when we click this button here.... At first glance, you may be wondering what all these numbers mean.... but what the Rate of Return Matrix does...is it takes your low...your mid....and your high price and production projections, and creates exactly what its called....a rate of return matrix.
Views: 1271 IQ Calculators
The Hidden Benefits of Raw Land Investing - Why You Need Vacant Land In Your Real Estate Portfolio
 
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See the full blog post at: http://REtipster.com/landinvesting Vacant land is one of the most overlooked and underused real estate investments in the world. I’ve found that most real estate investors have some HUGE misconceptions about raw land as an investment. A lot of people have the erroneous notion that vacant land is a weak (or even pointless) investment opportunity because… - It doesn’t produce income. - It just sits there and nothing happens. - It’s boring. It’s an unfortunate misconception because the truth is – vacant land is capable of producing some serious cash flow and it’s one of the best investments in the world BECAUSE of its hands-off nature. I LOVE the fact that land just sits there and NOTHING HAPPENS. The simplicity and stability that comes with owning the right piece of land (purchased at the right price) can far outweigh the myriad of problems that come with owning any other type of real estate. If you’ve overlooked vacant land as an investment opportunity in the past, you need to take a few minutes and get educated about what land is all about. Here Are 10 Reasons You Should Be Investing In Land: 1) With Vacant Land, You Don’t Need to “do” Anything to the Property. 2) Raw Land is a “Hands-Off” Investment. 3) Statistically, Vacant Land Owners are Highly Motivated to Sell. 4) Raw Land Investors Have Virtually No Competition to Deal With. 5) Vacant Land Investors Call Their Own Shots. 6) When You Learn How to Research Properties Effectively, you can Buy and Sell Vacant Land Properties Without Ever Seeing Them In-Person. 7) Add Seller Financing to the Mix and You Can EXPLODE Your Income Potential. 8) Vacant Land is VERY Inexpensive to Own as a Long-Term Investment. 9) Raw Land Gives its Owner Peace of Mind. 10) They Aren’t Making Any More Of It. Land Investing Is A Huge Opportunity! This niche is without question, the most powerful strategy I’ve used to build my real estate investing career. I’ve bought and sold dozens of vacant land properties and generated a lot of passive income by selling them with Seller Financing. You can do it too and I'd love to show you how! Come check out the REtipster Club at http://REtipster.Club - and we'll take a deep dive into how this real estate investing strategy works. #retipster #sethwilliams #landinvesting #realestateinvesting #realestate
Views: 101891 REtipster
REAL ESTATE : Tips to Buy Agricultural Land
 
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Real Estate : Tips to buy Agricultural Land from India's First Real Estate Coach, B M Pounacha. WealthDoctor | Secret to Become Rich in just 30 days, Visit: https://goo.gl/GiAjPc To know more, Watch: https://youtu.be/C_P_SHh1ZYM To Get All Your Financial Queries Answered, Just leave a Missed Call on, #02261816111 - or - Just post a request on IndianMoney.com website. Learn to SAVE, SPEND, INVEST and BORROW consciously by just subscribing to our IndianMoney.com channel http://bit.ly/2gjv2mu You can also Visit us at http://indianmoney.com/ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/IndianMoneycom/165804993477585 Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/indianmoneycom Add us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/+Indianmoney Join our network on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/company/indianmoney-com Follow us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/askwealthdoctor/ #RealEstate #Property #BuyProperty #ReturnOnInvestment #MoneyTalk #FinancialPlanning #IndianMoney #Loans #Tax #Insurance #MutualFunds #FreeFinancialAdvice #Save #Spend #Invest #Borrow #PropertyMaintenance #Will Thanks for Watching! "Be Wise, Get Rich".
Views: 61715 IndianMoney.com
How To Invest In Land And Reasons Why
 
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Land investing is a very unique aspect of real estate investing. Raw land typically doesn't provide income or tax breaks. And without a tenant to make the payments, there's no amortized equity. Besides, with no income, borrowing to buy land can be risky business. So why do it? Well, there are lots of reasons and ways of how to invest in land. And we discuss many of them on this episode of The Real Estate Guys™ Radio Show. LEARN MORE https://realestateguysradio.com/ SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES (Over 300 Episodes!) http://apple.co/1IJc5xF GET THE FREE NEWSLETTER http://bit.ly/1N8zRoQ READ MORE https://realestateguysradio.com/b011115-dirt-to-dollars-investing-in-raw-land-that-cash-flows/ CONNECT WITH US http://bit.ly/Facebook-TREG http://bit.ly/GooglePlus-TREG ABOUT Fun and informative, this real estate investment talk show has been broadcasting on conventional radio since 1997. Hosted by professional investor Robert Helms and financial strategist Russell Gray, the show delivers no-hype real estate investing education and expert perspectives in a fast-paced, entertaining style. Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says The Real Estate Guys are wild and crazy, but they really know what they are talking about. The Guys talk real estate investment strategy, economics, tax and asset protection planning, market and property due diligence, international diversification and much, much more! Gain valuable insights from interviews with notable experts, industry leaders and real life investors. Discover proven strategies for making money with real estate in any market, how to avoid common and costly mistakes and what is working in the real world right now. Relevant topics, credible guests, upbeat delivery and no sales hype have made The Real Estate Guys one of the most listened to real estate investing talk shows in the world. Check it out! There is a new episode released every week, so be sure to subscribe today!
Is Buying Land as an Investment a Good Idea?
 
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Is buying land a good idea? It's another Ask GFC episode talking about everything from taxes to when's the best time to buy?
Warren Buffett's view on Real Estate
 
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Warren Buffett on CNBC talking about the benefits of investing in Real Estate. Start early in real estate investing!
Views: 146633 CM Ventures LLC
3 Fatal Mistakes in Buying Land
 
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http://www.3fatallandbuyingmistakes.com Hi, Mark the LandGeek here. Let's talk about those 3 fatal mistakes that I see the average real estate investor making every single day. First big mistake -- you've got to call the county recorder and confirm that that seller owns the property. So what do you do? First of all, you find out exactly what county that property is located in. Then you quickly go on at naco.org, and it's www.naco.org. That lists all the counties in the country. Do a quick search. You can do with the state, you can do the county -- whatever you want to do, but make sure you go there. Then all you need to do is if you don't want to talk on the phone, you can email the recorder and simply ask who owns this property at this legal description. They will email you back where they'll tell you it's Frontier Equity Properties LLC. When was it recorded? And that gives you a big clue as to how long did that seller own that property. Are they buying it for long-term? Are they flipping it? What's going on with that property? It kind of gives you a little bit more in the story anyways. So now you've got that information. Again, email our seller now and say, "Hey, can you fax me or email me a copy of your recorded deed for that property?" When they do it, we get to go, to take some time, a little sketchy. If they don't do it at all, don't buy the property. What I have seen is people go online and they can just easily copy now whatever ad is online and say, "Hey, that's my property". They can use a fake PayPal account or a fake Escrow account and take people's money. The typical term for this is a 'phishing' scam. That is the number one fatal mistake that I see people make. You've got to confirm that that seller owns that property; otherwise, who knows what you are getting into. Now there are situations where I have actually sold property on an auction and that's a whole other ballgame because I am just controlling that. If that's the case, then you need to have a copy of the auction agreement to see that they are controlling that property. Otherwise, look out - not a good thing at all! All right, second most fatal mistake I see the average real estate investor making online is they get really excited about the property. They are going to build their dream home there or they are going to put their RV on the property. They are just going to camp out and hang out six months out of the year, or they are going to raise sheep, they are going to do something cool on that property. But they don't confirm with the County Planning and Zoning Commission if what their use for that property is allowed. And so they will invest thousands of dollars, ultimately to be disappointed, and 99.9% of the sellers out there, they don't guarantee that property. You are stuck with it and now whatever dream you had to do on that property is wasted, and then you've got to go on and try to resell that property and so whole hassle and just a big bar of disappointment. So, what do you do? Like we did with the first mistake, we've got to contact the County Planning & Zoning Commission. We are going to go back to our website www.naco.org. We are going to find our county and we are going to call or email planning and zoning. We are going to give them the legal description of that property along with the assessor's parcel number and we are just going to ask the questions -- what restrictions are on this property? What can I do on this property? Can I build a house? Can I raise sheep? Can I camp? Can I put my RV? All these things are very important when trying to determine that your use for that property is allowed. So it's very, very important that you do that. The third most common fatal mistake I see buyers making every day and being really, really disappointing with their purchase, is not calling the County Treasurer to confirm that the taxes are paid current. This one is really something that I have seen time and time again, bite people on the tush. So it's really important that again, we are going to go back to our site www.naco.org -- N-A-C-O, we are going to find our County Treasurer, then we are going to shoot them an email -- again, with the legal description and assessor's parcel number and that information you should be able to get from your seller very easily and it should be on the ad. If it's not, you need to email your seller and get that information. And then you are simply going to confirm the taxes are paid current. If they are not paid current, you need to email your seller and ask them, "Who is responsible for these back taxes? I assume you are." If they say, "Oh, you are responsible for those back taxes", then you've got a decision to make. Well, how much are they if their owner is going to pass on that deal? If they are reasonable and you are getting at a good price, well, maybe pay the back taxes -- big deal. http://www.3FatalLandBuyingMistakes.com
Views: 514789 Mark Podolsky
6 Land Investing Secrets To Make Money
 
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Where can you buy land cheap? What land investments are popular? What land investing strategies work? These and many other questions will be answered in Episode 3 of Land Buzz. Visit us online: http://www.OwnerFinancedLand.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE OWNER TERMS LAND NETWORK'S YOU TUBE CHANNEL FOR MORE OWNER FINANCED LAND DEALS AND LAND INVESTING INFO: https://www.youtube.com/user/OWNERFINANCEDLAND [SOCIAL] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Owner-Terms-Land-Network-Owner-Financed-Land-No-Credit-Checks/243232527504 Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/108712583466425668616 MORE LAND VIDEOS: Oregon 9.55 Acres For Sale Owner Financing https://youtu.be/QPOteugct54 How To Find Your Property On A County Website https://youtu.be/mqN3XrACtSs Top 10 Off Grid Living Mistakes https://youtu.be/jrBH1qR8M98 2 Acres For Sale Twentynine Palms CA https://youtu.be/s-FfrxqPG2U 6 Places In California To Buy Cheap Land https://youtu.be/_8McYI3tcuI Copyright 2018 © The Owner Terms Land Network LLC™ All rights reserved
Views: 3980 OWNER FINANCED LAND
Investing In Farmland - WWD Ep. 17 (Weekly Wealth Digest)
 
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Views: 5383 VictoryIndependence
Buying a Wood: Is buying a woodland a good investment?
 
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Advice from the agents of Woodlands.co.uk and SWOG (The Small Woodlands Owners` Group) on the value of buying a woodland. Contact the agents direct via: http://www.woodlands.co.uk/about-us/contact-us.php and SWOG http://www.swog.org.uk/
Views: 14965 WoodlandsTV
Michael Burry Talks Investing in Farmland Real Estate
 
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Michael Burry Talks Investing in Farmland Real Estate
Views: 103394 WallStreetUnplugged
Rick Rule on Farmland and What he is Buying Now
 
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http://FutureMoneyTrends.com/coffee Learn more about this investment
Views: 3085 VictoryIndependence
Buying a house in Canada. Will it give me benefits in immigration? LP Group
 
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I Just Bought A Coffee Farm in Panama. Here's why...
 
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Want to invest with International Coffee Farms? Check them out through the REtipster affiliate link and learn more about how it works: https://retipster.com/coffee Check out the full blog post for more details: https://retipster.com/coffeefarm And don't forget to listen in on our conversation with David Sewell, Founder of International Coffee Farms: https://retipster.com/27 Given my interest in farmland, I was fascinated when my friend Keith Weinhold told me about a company called International Coffee Farms he was investing in. Here's how it works: - An investor can purchase a half acre parcel of land for $18,900 ($18,000 for the land purchase and $900 for the transfer taxes). - International Coffee Farms (ICFC) acquires underperforming suitable raw land and existing coffee farms in Panama that can be planted or "turned around" to become very productive, Specialty Coffee farms. - Once the property is deeded to you in your own name (or entity), - - ICFC provides turnkey management, so it creates a truly passive source of income for decades into the future. - The average annual return is projected at 12%. Cash flow typically begins 15 - 18 months after you invest your money, and the money is paid annually. - Aside from the solid, long-term prospective income that can come from this kind of investment, it also provides a good, honest career for the local farmers and their families in Boquete, Panama. - They get paid living wages that include education, medical, pension, and accommodation benefits. If you care at all about investing in socially and environmentally sustainable projects that actually help people and improve the world (i.e. - things that give real estate investors and capitalism a good name), this is something you'll probably be interested in. So how exactly does an investor make their money from this kind of investment? When the coffee farm generates revenue, the first 20% goes to pay the coffee farmers and all related expenses of running the farm operation (wages, seedlings, equipment, etc). The next 16% portion goes to pay the administrative expenses of running ICFC. After those upfront operating expenses are covered, the remaining 64% gets paid back to the investors. All the Panamanian taxes are paid prior to you receiving this money, so you don't have to worry about paying any portion of your distribution to the Panama government (however, you will have to report this income on your federal tax return). In the early years of the operation, the farm doesn't have much to produce, because all the plants start as seedlings and aren't big enough to produce a harvest. However, as the trees continue to grow, so does the harvest, along with the global revenue of the coffee farm, and that's where (according to the projections) things start to get fun. :)
Views: 2041 REtipster
Protecting Yourself From Crisis With Farmland Investments - An Interview with Simply Natural
 
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Jeff Interviews Brian Angiuli from Simply Natural Panama Investments, topics include: Brian's investment background, how Brian decided on Panama, the formation of an investment company, bringing a 100 hectare project down to a 1 hectare incremental investment opportunity, some of the best organic produce in the world, 5 x the demand than supply, mitigated risk, making it much easier to invest in farmland, mango trees productive for 80 years, 4 years to production, investment is legal title ownership, Simply Natural has already processed hundreds of hectares, it is possible to work the investment in with a residency application, 17% rate of return, Simply Natural Harvest website: http://simplynaturalharvest.com/ Simply Natural Investments website: http://simplynaturalinvestments.com/ TDV Internationalization Investment Summit 2017: https://tdvinvestmentsummit.com Visit the Anarchapulco Conference in Acapulco, Mexico: https://anarchapulco.com
Views: 23317 The Dollar Vigilante
10 Tips for Buying Land
 
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https://www.freedommentor.com/10-tips-for-buying-land/ If you're looking to buy land for personal reasons or you are looking into investing in land, you MUST watch this video! These 10 tips come from the real world of real estate; can save you from making huge mistakes and can help you negotiate better deals with land sellers. Don't buy land until you learn what is shared in this training.
Views: 103890 Phil Pustejovsky
Panama Agricultural Investment in Farmland
 
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For more information please see the links below... Over extended periods, farmland has outperformed more conventional investment instruments and provided an element of stability in a diverse portfolio by delivering consistent capital growth that is not impacted by erratic market trends. An opportunity for private investors to capitalize on direct investment in a Mango plantation in Panama is available through a company with an excellent record of accomplishment in offering safe, secure and due-diligence tested projects in the agricultural sector. In Brief, the Farmland Investment Comprises of: - A minimum purchase of one hectare of land through fee simple transfer granting the investor absolute title to the land -Each hectare is planted with 200 Mango Trees, a hybrid variety with a tougher, fungus resistant skin - Annual production from one hectare is around 58,000 lbs of fruit and the trees are productive for between 60-80 years - The investment parcels are situated on a 760 Hectare farm with rich top soil and access to clean, fresh water in an area where productivity will not be affected by unpredictable weather or the influence of changes in climate - A team of experts is employed to fully manage the investment plots, including the planting and cultivation of the mango trees Why Invest in Panama There are many reasons why Panama has earned and deserves its high ranking as an attractive investment location in the emerging Latin American market. If you have been looking to diversify your investment portfolio to include assets with long-term capital growth driven by the income generating potential of the asset, supported by the fundamental principal of supply and demand, you may well need to look no further than investment in a Mango Plantation in Panama. Panama Agricultural Real Estate Investment in Mango Farmland: https://www.latincarib.com/real-estate/panama-agricultural-investment-mango-farmland/ Panama Agricultural Real Estate Investment in Avocado Farmland: https://www.latincarib.com/real-estate/panama-real-estate-investment-sale/ See More Latin American Real Estate & Property Investments https://www.latincarib.com/real-estate-investments/ Contact Us: https://www.latincarib.com/contact/ Thank you.
Views: 3824 LatinCarib
How to Buy Agricultural Land in India - Documents & Process
 
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Complete process to buy Agricultural Land in India, explained in hindi. Learn about the documents and land records that you need to check before buying any farm land in India. RelatedVideos: Property Valuation Method: https://youtu.be/ICgPWYLwY9E Encumbrance: https://youtu.be/Ab-Ugt50fS8 Clear Title: https://youtu.be/s1_6vIldGng Sale Deed: https://youtu.be/pPezwHazJPA Agreement for Sale: https://youtu.be/3L2ninpXC4c Conveyance Deed: https://youtu.be/DVmJ1tiUEVI Change of Land Use: https://youtu.be/msfltPg5ZRw Mutation of Land: https://youtu.be/k3qKNxajvZ4 Before buying any agricultural land in India, you should check land records online in your state. Uttar Pradesh - Bhulekh UP Odisha - Bhulekh Orissa Rajasthan - Apnakhata Punjab - PLRS Land Records Haryana - Jamabandi West Bengal - Banglarbhumi Maharashtra - Mahabhulekh Satbara Utara Bihar - Bhulekh LRC Gujarat - Anyror 7/12, Satbara Madhya Pradesh - MP Bhulekh Uttarakhand - Devbhoomi Jharkhand - Jharbhoomi Chhattisgarh - Bhuiyan CG Telangana - Mabhoomi ROR, Pahani and Adangal Andhra Pradesh - Meebhoomi ROR, Pahani and Adangal Karnataka - Bhoomi RTC Tamil Nadu - Patta, Chitta and Adangal Make sure to Like and Share this video. https://youtu.be/3VBjwrqn52Y Other Great Resources AssetYogi – http://assetyogi.com/ Follow Us: Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/assetyogi/ Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/assetyogi Twitter - http://twitter.com/assetyogi Instagram - http://instagram.com/assetyogi Google Plus – https://plus.google.com/+assetyogi-ay Linkedin - http://www.linkedin.com/company/asset-yogi Hope you liked this video in Hindi on “How to Buy Agricultural Land in India - Documents & Process (Hindi)"
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Where Do I Buy Land ?
 
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Buy or rent farmland: Which option is right for you?
 
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Deciding whether to buy or rent farmland can be a difficult decision. Lance Stockbrugger explains the benefits of both in this video. • Interest rates affect land prices – the lower they are, the less overall cost for the land • Far too often, people make land purchasing decisions based on emotional reasons rather than economic truths • Interest rates also affect whether you should sell or keep your land • Relationships are key in land rental – both parties need to be well informed so they can work together as a team
Views: 5129 Farm Credit Canada
Buying $2m 600 Acre Pecan Farm, $450/acre/mo, Literally Shaking Money From Trees with Luke Stronach
 
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This is from The Top Entrepreneurs Podcast by Nathan Latka: Subscribe to never forget an episode on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nathanlatka Listen daily on iTunes: http://nathanlatka.com/thetopitunes Listen daily on Google Play: http://nathanlatka.com/googleplay Quickly pick part of video to watch: 01:20 – Nathan introduces Luke to the show 01:46 – Luke shares what he likes about The Top 02:04 – Luke has raised less than $10M for his farmland fund 02:15 – Luke is currently in the process of moving to Atlanta 02:20 – Luke is about to close his first farm 02:28 – Luke’s second orchard is under contract 02:34 – Luke wants to develop a 100 acre orchard in Georgia 03:06 – Luke mentions what farmland investors are looking for in a farmland 03:24 – Luke’s first orchard had good irrigation 03:43 – It has 600 acres and was almost $2M 04:41 – 40% of North America’s farmland is leased to farmers 04:50 – Investors buy the farmland, lease to farmers who rent per acre or have a revenue share agreement 05:35 – Many farmers are cash flow farmers 06:00 – There are differences across different crops 06:45 – Luke shares the farmer’s perspective on crops 07:01 – Average rent per acre 07:40 – The farmers growing rice and corn are renting at $250 per acre 08:00 – Luke’s return on his $2M investment 08:50 – The return will always depend on the yield which varies 09:06 – People look at farmland investing as a way to lock value into the land 09:12 – There are people who are after the yield and there are those who are not 10:05 – Luke shares what happened in 2007-2009 10:10 – S&P 500 lost 50% of its value 10:46 – Historically, farmland has done well with inflation 11:00 – Luke’s opinion regarding inflation 11:14 – The returns in farmland can be attractive 11:57 – Farmland is not as big as commercial property 12:03 – Farmland investment is a hard space 13:10 – It is a persistence game 13:40 – Luke is currently in Alabama 14:00 – Nathan wants to study Luke’s field and work with Luke 17:17 – There are so many things to do in Georgia and Luke will keep Nathan busy 18:08 – Luke makes software for farmers 18:59 – In Episode 450 of The Top, Nathan had Robert Leclerc, the founder of AgFunder 19:23 – The Famous Five In Episode #574, Nathan interviews Luke Stronach. He’s spent the last few years raising money for his farmland fund. He’s got one single family office as an investor. He’s currently 44, he’s taught finance, and most of his background is in low-income housing. He’s really looking forward to coming to the show and he’s a listener. Favorite Book? – The Fish That Ate the Whale What CEO do you follow? – Stewart and Lynda Resnick Favorite online tool? — Duolingo Do you get 8 hours of sleep?— 7 If you could let your 20-year old self, know one thing, what would it be? – If you want to have a meaningful life, you should be doing meaningful things 3 Key Points: 1. The farmland investment industry is a hard space and requires persistency. 2. People look at farmland investing as a way to lock value into the land. 3. If you want to have a meaningful life, you should be doing meaningful things.
Views: 764 Nathan Latka
Top 10 States To Buy Land
 
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In Episode 2 of Top 10 Land Facts, we feature the Top 10 States To Buy Land. Where should you buy land? What states are the best? How do you know which states to invest in? These and other questions will be answered in Episode 2 of Top 10 Land Facts. SUBSCRIBE TO THE OWNER TERMS LAND NETWORK'S YOU TUBE CHANNEL FOR MORE OWNER FINANCED LAND DEALS AND LAND INVESTING INFO: https://www.youtube.com/user/OWNERFINANCEDLAND [SOCIAL] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Owner-Terms-Land-Network-Owner-Financed-Land-No-Credit-Checks/243232527504 Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/108712583466425668616 MORE LAND VIDEOS Oregon 20 Acres For Sale Owner Financing https://youtu.be/ZYyXq-dinm8 How To Find Your Property On A County Website https://youtu.be/mqN3XrACtSs Arizona 40 Acres For Sale Owner Financing https://youtu.be/DEbPykiMTc8 Colorado 18 Acres For Sale Owner Financing https://youtu.be/wNUmUsZiKQI How To Find GPS Coordinates For Your Property https://youtu.be/CtDnAAo7xyw Copyright 2017 © The Owner Terms Land Network LLC™ All rights reserved
Views: 10658 OWNER FINANCED LAND
The Best Passive Income Model - Raw Land Investing Update - Part 1
 
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http://www.sidehustlenation.com/raw-land-investing-update-part-1/ In episode 108 of The Side Hustle Show last year, we met Mark Podolsky, a real estate investor specializing in raw land. He called it “The Best Passive Income Model,” because there are no products to build, no tenants or toilets, and you can start without a huge upfront investment. Get Your Free Action Guide: https://www.thelandgeek.com/sidehustle This year, I wanted to feature a couple listeners who took action based on that episode. The first is my friend Josh Brooks, an Army Battalion Commander and founder of The Enduring Charity Foundation. Josh has actually been investing in real estate for over 10 years, but accelerated his land-investing efforts after hearing Mark on the show last year. Tune in to hear Josh’s tactics for sourcing deals, finding buyers, and setting up his land business for recurring passive income. I know it’s a good episode when I hang up the call buzzing like I should totally start this! For the full notes, links, and to download a free PDF highlight reel from this episode, please visit: http://www.sidehustlenation.com/raw-land-investing-update-part-1/ -Video Upload powered by https://www.TunesToTube.com
Views: 19858 Nick Loper
WARNING! 8 Things You ABSOLUTELY MUST KNOW Before Investing a Penny In Land In Florida
 
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http://www.TheLotGuy.com Reveals 8 Things You ABSOLUTELY MUST KNOW Before Investing a Penny In Land In Florida Imagine how it would feel if you were to buy a piece of land in Florida only to later find out is was "swampland in Florida" That would feel terrible wouldn't it? Here is a small portion of what I am going to reveal to you and WARN YOU AHEAD OF TIME what exactly to look out for. ➢ Scrub-Jays ... The little birds that destroy property values and fortunes ➢ Swamp Land ... What specifically to watch out for ➢ Tax Deed Lots ... the dirty little secret behind them and how they cost multiple thousands in hidden fees later. ➢ Lot Access ... How would you like to own a lot and not have access to it? ➢ Lot Size ... There are many lots too small to build on -- You Do Not Want To Get Stuck With One of These! You could get stuck with a piece of land that isn't worth a pot to pee in, nor a window to throw it out! ➢ Lot Utilities ... Believe it or not, there are beautiful subdivisions all over Florida without electric to them. Keep reading -- you will learn more! By The Time You Complete Reading About 70% of This Report, You Will Begin To Feel a Sense of Calmness and Feel Any Fear of Investing in Land In Florida Fall Away Because You Are Getting The Education You Need Ahead Of Time and Will Know What To Look Out For and What Questions To Ask. You Are Getting The Straight Scoop You Need Before Investing A Dime of Your Hard Earned Money! If You Have Any Questions About Lot Sizes Please Contact Me Through The Website. http://www.TheLotGuy.com Good luck on your land investments.
Views: 47668 FloridaLotGuy
EXPLORING A COFFEE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY IN COLOMBIA
 
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DOWNLOAD INFO ABOUT OUR COFFEE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY: https://goo.gl/nqWQLQ Today I meet with our partners who will be forming The Green Coffee Company with us to acquire a total of 610 hectares of coffee farms, build a Centro de Beneficios and increase the efficiency of the whole operation. In all scenarios the returns are impressive and more information can be found here: https://goo.gl/nqWQLQ Live freely and embrace your life afar. - FURNISHED APARTMENTS IN COLOMBIA (SHORT & LONG TERM): http://www.apartmentinternational.com - TURNKEY REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS IN COLOMBIA https://goo.gl/ewUOig - What is LifeAFAR? A mindset. Own it. Live your life afar, on your terms. We share ways to build passive income in real estate so you can start to define your terms. Create. Explore. Invest. Love. Eat. Play. - Who am I? My name is Sam Miller. I rode a motorbike from Canada to Argentina, discovered Colombia along the way and joined a group of real estate entrepreneurs with a plan to disrupt the accomodation and real estate investment industries. - INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/sam_lifeafar/ - TWITTER: https://twitter.com/samaza919 Music By: Moments - Sappheiros Markvard - Life is a moment Random song from Show de Orqueadas en Parque Del Cafe.
Views: 15896 Sam - LifeAFAR
Investing in U.S. Farmland: Why it is NOT Overvalued
 
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WindRock interviews Hunt Stookey, Director of Research and Investment Strategy at Ceres Partners. Mr. Stookey discusses why farmland values, despite strong performance, are not overvalued and offer a great opportunity for the following reasons: - Caloric consumption growth from a rising standard of living in China and other developing countries; - Shortages in global food stockpiles; - Low debt levels and lack of institutional money by buyers of farmland (typically other farmers); and - Substantial income from leasing farmland to operators which is especially relevant in today's environment of ultra-low interest rates.
Warren Buffett: Just Looking At The Price Is Not Investing | CNBC
 
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Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO, talks about volatility in the market, the value of American business and what to look for when investing. For more of Warren Buffett's wit and wisdom visit https://Buffett.CNBC.com » Subscribe to CNBC: http://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBC About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/ Find CNBC News on Facebook: http://cnb.cx/LikeCNBC Follow CNBC News on Twitter: http://cnb.cx/FollowCNBC Follow CNBC News on Google+: http://cnb.cx/PlusCNBC Follow CNBC News on Instagram: http://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBC Warren Buffett: Just Looking At The Price Is Not Investing | CNBC
Views: 898908 CNBC
Redefining sovereignty or necessary investment? Chinese purchase of WA farmland & ports
 
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23 July 2013: China's biggest state-owned agricultural conglomerate has bought farmland and port facilities in Western Australia and the move has sharply divided responses.
Views: 238 Greenshack Dotinfo
152 Chris Rawley - Investing In Farmland To Beat The S&P
 
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Interview with Chris Rawley   Not a farmer Did not grow up in the ag world Military - Navy Went to work in real estate First alt investing was real estate Worked in different industries Few years ago became enamored in ag as asset class Ag is an asset class that is taken for granted Crowdfunding act of 2012 for investors Pooling small $ together to buy larger assets Allowed retail crowdfunding for non-accredited investors A number of real estate funds focusing on apt buildings, etc Created “harvest returns” about a year ago Put money in private placements of ag Have investors w existing land and make the opportunity available for investors Focused on the production side (crops, land, etc) HR focused on accredited investors Non-accredited by end of the year Reasons to invest in ag World population Urbanization - arable land is shrinking Wealthy populations shift from plant protein to animal protein, more ag devoted to protein Returns Farmland has outpaced S&P, reits, gold, since 1970 The underlying land Price of crops has increased Operations of the land Tangible Like real estate Real land Returns positively correlated to inflation Common investment for large institutions Very challenging to access these investments There are some farmland and timberland REITs Problem: correlated with greater stock market There are some funds but have really high minimums ($250K) Liquidity is a double-edged sword Allowing on the marketplace: Confidence in management team Location, trends Expected returns Regulatory environment Act of 2012 SEC published rules for Big learning curve regarding regulation How will you validate yourself to a skeptical market? Why is ag a good investment? Why crowdsourcing a safe/good idea? Learning curve on the farmer side Looking for people raising $500K-$2M Sale/leaseback deals Provide creative financing opportunities How much of portfolio? ~5-15% https://www.harvestreturns.com/ http://investorinthefamily.com/  
Is Agricultural & Commercial Land Good For Investment in Pakistan? | Ch. Sohail Iqbal
 
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Is Agricultural Land a Good Investment in Punjab? 25% GDP of Pakistan is based on agriculture sector and it employs about 40% of total labor force. Approximately 25% land in Pakistan is used for the cultivation of crops. Main crops in Pakistan are wheat, rice, sugarcane and cotton. Pakistan is self-sufficient in food production and also exports wheat, rice and grains to other countries. But this trend is changing due to the fast population growth and development of agricultural land into housing societies in Pakistan. Agriculture land / private farm house is always a safe investment but before that u need to clarify your self why u r doing this investment. We can provide you good returns in Lahore and a very good developing place in all over Punjab as well. Orange Real Estate always bring the best real estate investment opportunities for its viewers with honest consultants and advice. Contact for free advice regarding Agricultural, Private & Commercial Lands, including farmhouses, warehouses, housing societies, real estate projects, factories, short term and long term investments in all over Pakistan. Call & WhatsApp Ch. Sohail Iqbal 0092-304-666-4243
Views: 2205 Property Pakistan
Property India: Complexities in buying cheap agricultural land
 
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On Property India, we discuss the various concerns that one needs to pay heed to before buying cheap agricultural land. A team of experts discuss the advantages and setbacks of buying farmlands for investment. (Audio in Hindi) Watch full show: http://www.ndtv.com/video/player/property-india/video-story/319183
Views: 7324 NDTV
When you buy agricultural land
 
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M. Sunil kumar State Director RDI/Landesa Contact : M Sandeep Reddy Plot No.31,Telephone Colony Road No.2 Kothapet, Hyderabad Cell : 9701541768
Views: 41858 bhoomi sangathulu
Foreign Investment On Saskatchewan Farmland
 
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Foreign Investment On Saskatchewan Farmland In the midst of an economic boom, Saskatchewan is seeing an increase of international investment on it's land. Shallima Maharaj reports. Dec 20,2012 Read it on Global News: Foreign investment on Sask. land - Morning News - Videos | Global Saskatoon
Views: 2596 Robin Liu
Land & Farm - Buyer's tip #1 "How to Buy Land"
 
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How to buy Land & Farms LAND BUYER'S TIPS 1 http://www.littlefamilyfarm.com Floyd County Virginia SUBSCRIBE & keep up with videos http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lcfgroup See list of all "Buyer's Tips" http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5BFA696AF53E32EE&feature=plcp Write out your thoughts as you answer the following questions: What will be the primary use you have for the property- immediate and long-term? What is your purpose in buying it? Are you looking for a presumed permanent stay, or are you buying for an interim period? Maybe only for weekend recreation? For retirement? Assuming you have determined a budget and allocated a certain amount for this new home and property, what price range are you comfortable with?Are you able to pay cash for the property? Do not forget that taxes and insurance will be added costs associated with your purchase. How much acreage can you physically manage? In what area will you look for acreage? Give careful thought to the commute: to and from work, school, place of worship, areas of interest,etc. What is the proximity to your friends and family members? Is there enough shopping and available services in the surrounding area to supply your needs? Topography is important as it pertains to construction and accessibility. Personal preferences vary and the usefulness of all of your acreage maybe affected. Some love the views. Others can't stand to be stranded in the winter storm. What is the access you will have to your property-does it suffice? If you can find a parcel with a peaceful spring or creek flowing,or a pond to fish, woods for hunting/ hiking, or pasture for an animal or two, is that of additional interest to you? Restrictions... know what restrictions you consider tolerable and protective, and which ones you would prefer to avoid. For instance,will you be allowed to construct the home you want on your property now or in the future? Are your pets or animals welcome according to the declaration of restrictions associated with your desired property? What about business activity at your home? If you need to sell the property in the future: consider the saleability of the property you wish to buy. Look over your notes and visualize again what your dream property may look like. Try to narrow your search and compare only properties you decide in advance will be suitable. Subscribe to our channel http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lcfgroup UNIQUE BENEFITS OF LCF GROUP: "LAND FOR SALE BY OWNER" The LCF Group is a family-run enterprise that has been buying and selling rural land since 1968. The LCF Group develops rural properties in a manner that is complimentary to its surroundings, and desirable to the buying public. These properties are then marketed "for sale by owner' for farming, investment, hobby or retirement, or as a "dream' home place for families. We may also find for you dream properties which are suitable as weekend retreats, sites for home business/ workplaces for telecommuters, mini-farms, horse country / ranch/ organic farms—any country place where you can live out "your dream' and achieve a certain quality of life. BENEFITS OF BUYING LAND "FOR SALE BY OWNER' We are experienced and we work with you! No third party to pay. We can discuss your dreams and current needs. We can negotiate price & terms together. We offer added benefit of owner financing: Buy with a smaller down payment Low interest rates to start No fees to apply, no points Easy application process, Same-day approval Secure your land, then make your plans One set of "closing costs' versus two Simple interest loan Extra funds applied directly to loan principal No penalty for early payoff We can often help when other lenders cannot Interest you pay may be tax-deductible We will work with you for the long term. We are knowledgeable and ready to help. Just call !! References for the LCF Group available. Video produced by the LCF Group, LCF Group consisting of David Larsen KK4WW, Gaynell Larsen KK4WWW and Dee Wallace KG4VMI.. The LCF Group ( 1-540-745-2322 ) We maintain the Floyd Virginia community amateur radio station N4USA and have a small historical microcomputer museum in the Village Green #8 Floyd VA a few words we use all them time bugbook ham_radio amateur_radio The LCF Group has developed and maintains the following web sites. http://www.floydcountyvirginia.org our county business directory http://www.virginiamountainland.com our land for sale by owner web site http://www.lcfarticles.com a publishing site with many ham radio stories http://www.chantillyfarm.com Where we have our annual 'Bluegrass & BBQ' Festival May 26 http://www.fairs.org all about "Foundation for Amateur International Radio Service" FAIRS N4USA Hamradio station http://www.bugbookcomputermuseum.com Our Historical Microcomputer museum in Floyd Virginia
Views: 146084 lcfgroup
Farming for Profits with Agricultural Investing
 
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In uncertain economic times, there are still a few things you can be sure of. People will need homes to live in and food to eat. So both can be very stable investments even in volatile times. But there are some big differences... and some great reasons why savvy investors might want to add some farmland to their portfolios. In this episode, we discuss how to use farmland for current income, long term equity growth, international diversification, privacy, asset protection AND social good. So listen in and learn how you can farm for profits (and more!) with agricultural investing. AIRED Sep 25, 2016 LEARN MORE https://realestateguysradio.com/ SUBSCRIBE ON ITUNES (Over 300 Episodes!) http://apple.co/1IJc5xF GET THE FREE NEWSLETTER http://bit.ly/1N8zRoQ READ MORE https://realestateguysradio.com/farming-profits-agricultural-investing/ CONNECT WITH US http://bit.ly/Facebook-TREG http://bit.ly/GooglePlus-TREG ABOUT Fun and informative, this real estate investment talk show has been broadcasting on conventional radio since 1997. Hosted by professional investor Robert Helms and financial strategist Russell Gray, the show delivers no-hype real estate investing education and expert perspectives in a fast-paced, entertaining style. Rich Dad Poor Dad author Robert Kiyosaki says The Real Estate Guys are wild and crazy, but they really know what they are talking about. The Guys talk real estate investment strategy, economics, tax and asset protection planning, market and property due diligence, international diversification and much, much more! Gain valuable insights from interviews with notable experts, industry leaders and real life investors. Discover proven strategies for making money with real estate in any market, how to avoid common and costly mistakes and what is working in the real world right now. Relevant topics, credible guests, upbeat delivery and no sales hype have made The Real Estate Guys one of the most listened to real estate investing talk shows in the world. Check it out! There is a new episode released every week, so be sure to subscribe today!
Buying Property in South Africa
 
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What you need to look out for
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7 Places In Texas To Buy Cheap Land
 
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Can you buy cheap Texas land? Where do you look for affordable Texas land? How do you find Texas land to buy? These and many other questions will be answered in Episode 1 of Land Buzz. Visit us online: http://www.OwnerFinancedLand.com SUBSCRIBE TO THE OWNER TERMS LAND NETWORK'S YOU TUBE CHANNEL FOR MORE OWNER FINANCED LAND DEALS AND LAND INVESTING INFO: https://www.youtube.com/user/OWNERFINANCEDLAND [SOCIAL] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Owner-Terms-Land-Network-Owner-Financed-Land-No-Credit-Checks/243232527504 Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/108712583466425668616 MORE LAND VIDEOS: How To Find Your Property On A County Website https://youtu.be/mqN3XrACtSs 5 Acres For Sale Southern California Owner Financing https://youtu.be/7NG8pBn0nug Top 10 States To Buy Land https://youtu.be/y5byql8ExFI Colorado 18 Acres For Sale Owner Financing https://youtu.be/wNUmUsZiKQI Las Vegas Red Rock Canyon Vacation Escapes Episode 1 https://youtu.be/0y4sKRXB08E Copyright 2018 © The Owner Terms Land Network LLC™ All rights reserved
Views: 284620 OWNER FINANCED LAND
Farmland Investment - Farmland-invest.com
 
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Farmland Investment Australia (949 ha - 2,346 acre) Income, Capital Appreciation, Low Volatility & Low Correlation To Other Asset Classes If the driver for your investment is purely to capture the best return, the correct farmland investment strategy is buying and leasing.
Views: 14 J B
Banks and Hedge Funds Buying Up Africa Farmland
 
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A Useful Idiot read an article about massive institutional investment in Africa, most recently 148 million acres of farmland that continues to confirm that recolonisation is the correct way to characterize what is happening in Africa.Cheap labor, cheap land,cheap resources will be used to create a lot of wealth and transfer it out of the host countries. Africa charts:https://www.google.com/search?q=resources+in+africa&rlz=1C2AFAB_enUS526US526&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=7K28Uf3WLcvdqwGC64DQBg&sqi=2&ved=0CDYQsAQ&biw=1280&bih=923#facrc=_&imgrc=luztxUtqUiZjZM%3A%3BBtb0GdFlemlYwM%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.martinsmwh.com%252Fwp-content%252Fuploads%252F2011%252F03%252FAfrica-Natural-Resources.jpg%3Bhttp%253A%252F%252Fwww.martinsmwh.com%252F2011%252F03%252F17%252Funit-6-handouts-resources-and-readings%252F%3B1200%3B882 Hedge funds in Africa:http://triplecrisis.com/ngo-target-financial-investment-in-farmland/
Views: 283 A. Useful .Idiot
Agriculture Outsourcing: South America/Latin America farmland investing
 
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Dave Ramaswamy, Partner - allied Venture gives an overview of why Agriculture in South America has excellent fundamentals and is well-positioned to feed the burgeoning population in India and the world. Contract farming - can grow soya, wheat,sunflower, peanut, beans and pulses, sugarcane, jatropha and take output to india in raw or processed forms Food processing - setup/acquire oilseed crushing, fruit/vegetable processing facilities Think Agricultural Outsourcing - just like India in software, China in hardware - South America in agriculture Contact: Marcos or Dave at [email protected] www.alliedventure.com Latin America farmland investment highlights: Prices have fallen due to the global crisis; good entry point in 2009 for long-term investors. Farmland Prices are even lower than those in punjab and tamilnadu Productivity in Argentina/Brazil/Uruguay is three times compared to that in India, in the case of some crops like soy. No unskilled labour problem since everything is mechanised and outsourced; 1000 hectare farm can be managed by 3 to 4 subcontracted workmen. Use of latest agricultural machines and equipment; skilled agronomists and farm managers available. No water problem.. South America has 20% of world freshwater reserves. Logistics, warehouse and transportation world class Clear land titles; low population density means no land squatters. No limits on size of foreign land holdings. Context: India has been importing more than billion dollar worth soy oil and sunflower oil from south america every yr India also buys wheat and sugar from time to time India needs to invest in farmland overseas as it is doing in the case of petroleum fields. Issue of food security. In India, population increases by 15-18 million every year, adding a new Argentina every 32 months, new Brazil every 10 years. Farmland area is diminishing due to expanding industry, commerce and residences For more info contact: Treinta y Tres 1334, Of. 401 Montevideo 11000 - Uruguay Tel.: +598 (2) 916.2600 From USA:  +1 (305)  722 1275 From UK:    +44 (20) 3026 0037
Views: 17378 AlliedVenture
How to Decide When it's the Right Time to Buy Farmland
 
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Is it a good time to buy farmland? Craig Dobbins, Professor of Agriculture Economics at Purdue University, shares his insights on the key factors and considerations that can help you determine if now is the best time to expand your operation. Learn more and subscribe to our Insights Report at e-farmcredit.com/ag-real-estate
Views: 1175 FarmCreditMidAmerica
#114 - David Gladstone - “Farmland Is One of the Most Stable Assets One Can Own”
 
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To see links or read the transcript of the episode, visit us at: https://mebfaber.com/2018/07/25/episode-114-david-gladstone-farmland-is-one-of-the-most-stable-assets-one-can-own/ In Episode 114, we welcome entrepreneur and author, David Gladstone. We start with David’s backstory, which dovetails into how he got into farming, and subsequently, launching a farmland REIT. Meb asks for David’s broad thoughts on investing in farmland. David tells us “farmland is one of the most stable assets one can own.” He goes on to say how it correlates with gold, not with the stock market. David gives us an overview of the farming landscape – how corn and wheat are the big categories, but this isn’t where David goes with his REIT, too much competition. He focuses more on berries and specialty crops, which are far more profitable. He mentions how tree/vine/bush crops have a great long-term record for making money for farmers. Next, Meb asks about operations – does David manage the farms? Just rent them out? David tells us they use triple net leases with their farmer tenants. Sometimes they will also have a revenue participation, but that’s unusual. David goes on to say how farmland is becoming more scare, so they choose farmers who are experienced and trusted. As an investment, farmland has done quite well. NCREIF publishes a farm index – it has done 12.2% annually over the last 10 years. David believes that due to the growth and stability of farmland, it’s an excellent place to put money – especially as it’s a hedge against inflation. He references a Buffett quote that touts owning farmland versus owning gold. Meb asks whether there are any current trends in the farming space. David tells us the number of acres per person is declining. It’s now down to about 0.5 farmed acres per person in the world. The conversation segues into water. David makes the point that his team only buys farms with access to their own water. This makes a huge difference. He references the California drought in recent years and notes it was an incredibly profitable period for them since their farms, with their own water supply, continued operations. Next, Meb asks about David’s framework for finding new farms. What’s the process, and what’s the capital structure? David tells us that’s what important is to have a tremendously strong farmer. They only deal with the top 20% of farmers in any growing area, so it’s a detailed vetting process. In terms of capital structure, they tend to finance about 50% of the purchase price. They use a variety of lenders. The guys soon turn toward “risks.” David tell us that rising rates are a risk since they use debt. As rates rise, the price of the farms they purchase will need to drop in order to make the numbers work. Another risk are tariffs. This has a been a big problem for seeds. What if China or Mexico reduces their purchases? There’s far more in this unique episode: David’s thoughts on expanding farmland REITs globally… the role of automation in farming… and why there aren’t more farmland REITS. If you’re curious about farmland as an investment, this is definitely the episode for you. Get all the details in Episode 114.
Views: 175 The Meb Faber Show
China to buy New Zealand farmland
 
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After a year-long legal battle, China will be allowed to buy farmland in new Zealand. Some experts say these purchases are less about business and more about rich countries securing their own food supply at the expense of less well off nations.
Views: 6115 Al Jazeera English
Landowner Webinar - Investing in Farmland: Separate Account Land Management
 
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Ron Beach of Peoples Company conducts Aug. 1 farmland investing webinar focused on Separate Account Land Management, a product aimed at sourcing and managing deals between investors who want to buy farmland and farmers are looking for someone to purchase land they can lease. The webinar is the first in our Summer Landowner Webinar Series taking place at 5:30 p.m. CST each Thursday from Aug. 1 to Sept. 5. Learn more at http://peoplescompany.com/blog/2013/join-peoples-company-summer-landowner-webinar-series.
Views: 1595 PeoplesCo