Are you missing out on lucrative opportunities in the world of commercial real estate? Join Ash Patel as he unlocks the secrets of farmland and timberland investing with Carter Malloy, the CEO of AcreTrader. Discover how these often-overlooked asset classes can offer stability and unique benefits for savvy investors looking to diversify their portfolios. From the surprising lack of competition to the strategies for identifying prime land for cultivation or development, this conversation reveals essential insights for commercial real estate enthusiasts.
- Diversification Beyond Traditional Real Estate: Learn how farmland and timberland investing offer an alternative investment avenue, providing stable returns and low volatility compared to other commercial real estate assets.
- Operational and Risk Factors: Understand the nuances of investing in land, including factors such as location, crop types, climate risks, and tenant dynamics, which can significantly impact investment outcomes.
- Technology and Transparency: Explore how platforms like AcreTrader are revolutionizing the farmland investment landscape, providing data-driven insights, easy access, and reduced barriers for investors interested in this unique asset class.
Carter Malloy | Real Estate Background
- CEO and founder of AcreTrader, a farmland investment platform where accredited investors can fractionally own shares of farmland.
- Row crops
- Permanent crops
- Based in: Fayetteville, AR
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- Best Ever Book: No Rules Rules by Reed Hastings
- Greatest Lesson: Be patient with your deals, and hold long enough to maximize profits.
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