With detailed information and statistics on county and state land values within our territory, Compeer’s appraisal team offers real estate appraisals on all types of agricultural and rural property types, from rural housing and/or part-time farms to large, complex agribusiness or livestock operations.
Our certified appraisers are located across our territory bringing an intimate knowledge of the local marketplace to help you understand the factors affecting value in your area.
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Are High Building Costs Impacting Appraised …
When trying to make big decisions on whether to build a free stall barn, new parlor, or that new robot barn; the underlying factor is what it will be worth once it is erected and operational.
From land price analysis to value trends, Compeer’s appraisal team provides insight and expertise for all things related to farm real estate in our territory.
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Recreational Land Value Trends
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A Detailed Machinery List: An Important Part…
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