FarmlandFinder expands product to 12 states

Farmland Finder Steven Brockshus, founder of Farmland Finder. (Photo courtesy of Steven Brockshus).

FarmlandFinder, a digital toolset for land sale research, has expanded to 12 states throughout the Midwest and has launched a suite of tools to help land professionals with farmland acquisition, valuation and analysis.

With the Midwest expansion, land professionals in 12 states can now search over 6,500 properties for sale, see real-time land values, get auction results, download soil maps and chat with a local expert – all in one place.

“Our goal is to make it as simple as possible to find land for sale and understand land values. This expansion helps us do that, not just in Iowa which we’ve been in for the last year and a half, but the entire Midwest,” said Steven Brockshus, CEO and founder of FarmlandFinder. “Now, for the first time ever, people can start to understand and compare land across state borders.”

FarmlandFinder’s suite of digital tools includes land for sale map, land values map, auction calendar, active listings, past sales map, auction results, landowner search, report hub, interactive map website plugins and advertising opportunities for land brokers. Unlike traditional listing websites that have limited land sale inventory, FarmlandFinder tracks land from 3,000+ brokerages to provide a comprehensive view of the market.

“We’ve doubled the size of our team in the past six months to prepare for the expansion,” Brockshus said. “There’s been a lot of growth and we’re headquartered here in Iowa.”

Brockshus says that FarmlandFinder plans to continue to hire more people over the next 12 to 16 months.

Previous coverage

FarmlandFinder and AgHelp advance to final four of Farm Bureau Ag Innovation Challenge -Dec. 6, 2018

FarmlandFinder to pitch at Nebraska Farming Power Show -Nov. 26, 2018

Ag Startup Engine makes second $25,000 investment in FarmlandFinder -July 11, 2018