DES MOINES, Iowa — As part of its mission to make land sales simple, instant and online, FarmlandFinder has created a sale-leaseback program as a part of its online marketplace for farmland.
The program provides farmers an opportunity to apply for a sale-leaseback. If they qualify, they will be connected with a qualified investor who acquires the land from the owner and then leases it back on a long-term basis, according to Steven Brockshus, founder and CEO of FarmlandFinder.
A sale-leaseback provides liquidity to the farmer while helping them maintain on-going operational control of the land. For more information, visit farmlandfinder.com/sale-leaseback.