Interest in selling and buying land is robust in Nebraska, with a nice mix of sellers and buyers. BigIron Realty reports that when a farm is listed for sale at market price, it generates a lot of interest, and online land auctions have been a big hit, with several scheduled for winter. Marketing time is about 60 days.
BigIron Realty of Columbus, Neb., a licensed real estate broker in eight states, compiles the reports for this column, but not all sales are handled by BigIron each month. Contact Big Iron at 800-887-8625. The following are several of the most recent sales:
Garden County. A total of 153.65 acres sold for $145,967.50. This farm is nice, dryland crop ground planted to wheat and summer fallow. It has a great location, access to a main road and blacktop. — Compliments of BigIron Realty
Brown County: A total of 345.4 acres sold for $1,150,000 at auction. This was offered in five tracts, featuring high-quality irrigated cropland, hunting and recreation on 103.5 acres with live water; full improvements on 34.6 acres; home, shop, machinery and grain storage. — Compliments of Farmers National Co.
Dawson County: A total of 259.62 acres sold for $350,000. This farm consists of dry cropland, pasture and building improvements to include a 900-square-foot Butler metal storage building, with full concrete floor; a 896-square-foot barn; an 8-by-10-foot well house; and a 1,032-square-foot older home that is considered uninhabitable. — Compliments of Agri Affiliates Inc.
York County: A total of 66.93 acres sold for $236,500. This is rolling pasture ground located south of Gresham, Neb. — Compliments of UFARM Real Estate
Saunders County: A total of 145.31 acres sold for $675,671. This is a productive rolling dryland farm with excellent access. The property contains 81.3 acres of cropland and 56.54 acres enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. — Compliments of BigIron Realty
Stanton County: A total of 100 acres sold for $635,000 by sealed bid. This is a good, quality dryland farm, located a half-mile off an oil road, near grain markets and feedlots. — Compliments of Farmers National Co.