How To Invest In Farmland With FarmTogether
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Explore Farmland Investment Opportunities
Through both our proprietary sourcing technology and strategic partnerships, our investment committee reviews a mix of on-market and off-market opportunities across the United States. Roughly 3% of deals that enter our pipeline are eventually offered on our platform.
When evaluating properties, our investment team conducts comprehensive due diligence. Our team has over 100 years of combined experience across farmland investing, agriculture, and real estate, and has deployed more than $1B into agriculture and farmland.Our Sourcing & Due Diligence Process
Become a Farmland Investor
Investment offerings are legal entities, most often LLCs, that own the titles to your investment property. When you invest with FarmTogether, you purchase shares in an LLC. You become a fractional owner of the farmland and are entitled to returns from its operation.
Cash payout from rental income and/or operating income are proportional to your ownership in the LLC, so a $50,000 equity investment in a $5M equity offering would entitle you to 1% of the returns.
While FarmTogether is a digital investment platform, we’d love to connect with you by phone. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to schedule a call with one of our farmland investment experts.Ways To Invest
- Your Washington PropertyPearsApples
- Private Placement Memorandum (PPM)
- Subscription Agreement
- Operating Agreement
- K-1 Tax Form 2020 - Daybreak Pear & Almond Orchard
- K-1 Tax Form 2019 - Daybreak Pear & Almond Orchard
- DistributionsFeb 3, 2021Operating IncomePaid$3,793Jan 27, 2021Capital ReturnPaid$2,312Dec 5, 2019Net Sale ProceedsPaid$2,312Dec 3, 2019Rental IncomePaid$933
Track Your Investment
Receive regular updates on your farmland investments, including photos, videos, and Q&A's. FarmTogether administers and manages all properties, so you're in good hands. We source and partner with the industry's best operators to maximize the productivity of your farm. We'll make sure your land is well taken care of.
Here are some examples of operational activity you'll be able to track:
Farmland Operations & Management
Our farmers implement the best farming and sustainability practices, using the latest technology, and providing educational support. We closely monitor their operations and conduct soil tests annually to ensure fertility is maintained and improved.
Cash Rent & Directly Operated Deals
Under cash rent leases, farmers pay all the input costs (seeds, fertilizer, etc.). From the lease payments, we'll take care of property taxes, insurance, and other landowner expenses.
Under directly operated deals, we pay our operating partner a per acre farm management fee to manage the asset. Investors receive cash distributions derived from operating income. In both structures, investors receive cash distributions from net profits after all fees and expenses.
Land Price Appreciation
We keep a close look at land valuation. Assessment systems can vary widely from state to state, and we use local assessors to value each property on an annual basis.
Receive Cash Distributions
Cash distributions will be conducted on a quarterly or annual basis, depending on the harvest sales schedule during the year.
We provide all required tax documents in the first quarter of the following year. Because the LLC is a pass-through entity, we will not deduct federal income taxes from your earnings before distribution. In fact, in some cases, you may even realize tax* benefits via pass-through depreciation.Why FarmTogether
*FarmTogether is not a registered broker-dealer, investment advisor, or investment manager. FarmTogether does not provide tax, legal, of investment advise. You should consult your own tax, legal and investment advisors before engaging in any transaction.
Cash Yield is calculated as annual payout divided by initial equity. The example below uses Volk Farm, an actual farm owned and operated by our partner.
Land Value Appreciation is based on annual farmland assessments. The example below uses Volk Farm, an actual farm owned and operated by our partner.
Sell the Property
At the end of a property's target hold period, investors receive their share of capital gains, and return of principal, from the sale of their farm.
Projected value appreciation is expected to come from conservative underwriting and purchasing off-market opportunities below market value, inflation, and long-term trends of growing food demand and limited farmland supply.Why Farmland
Farmland is an excellent addition to any investment portfolio. It is inflation - resistant and contra-cyclical to many conventional equity investments.