Ranch Marketing Associates has expanded its service and reach, providing clients an alternative avenue to traditional methods of selling their property. The Auction, with a short and defined sell date vs. a potentially lengthy marketing period can be the right choice for some sellers.
The reality is that there are some situations in which a quicker sale is imperative. An owner may need to settle an estate quickly or, in some cases, the property, depending on its configuration, location and use, may deem an auction the ideal method for making the sale in the shortest amount of time.
An auction offers benefits that differ from traditional selling strategies such as heightened buyer interest and generated excitement due to a set sell date in which the property will no longer be available. It’s important to remember that every property, regardless of size, cost, improvements, and location is unique just as the property owner is. The decision to participate in a land auction takes serious consideration and professional consultation.
Before choosing an auction as the method to sell your property or make a purchase, contact Ranch Marketing Associates to discuss your goals as a land owner or buyer prospect in order to get the best results and satisfaction from your auction experience.
Saturday, March 13: Wickenburg, Arizona
The 80-acre Vulture Ranch is located 60 NW of Phoenix in the beautiful Sonoran Desert. The estate includes a 4,952 sq. ft. custom adobe residence with exquisite outdoor entertainment area with pool, hot tub, outdoor grill and fountain, two guest cottages, two additional homes, horse facilities, fruit and nut orchard and a 23,000-acre grazing permit. Very, scenic with Mountain Views close to dining and entertainment.
Wednesday, May 12: Greeley, Colorado
The 9,920 total-acre Prange Ranch (8,000+/- deeded, 1,920 +/- state lease acres) is an authentic working ranch on the Front Range surrounded by chalk bluffs and the Pawnee National Grasslands. The ranch includes 3 homes, farm buildings, working corrals, natural springs, and excellent stock water and is 19 miles from Cheyenne. The 196,000 acre Crow Valley Grazing Association borders the property.