Farm Lease Pro Launches New Online Leasing Platform: Novel Online Service Brings 21st Century Technology to The Farmland Leasing Market

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Farm Lease Pro recently launched its novel online service to bring clarity, ease, and trust to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic farmland leasing markets. This online platform for farmland rentals promises to change the landscape of farming and help millions of farmers and landowners solve problems they have faced for decades.

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With the Farm Lease Pro platform, farmers finally have the solution they were looking for‒a professionally managed, easy-to-use and fully integrated farm leasing platform.

Similar to leading internet service companies that came out of the Great Recession of 2008, Farm Lease Pro has turned crisis into opportunity, bringing modern technology to a staid industry that is ripe for innovation.

According to Farmlandinfo.org, 38 percent of land being farmed in the U.S. is leased. The USDA predicts that this will only increase, having estimated that 93 million acres of farmland would be transferred between 2015-2019, often to family who would then look to sell or lease. Unfortunately, despite its size, the industry continues to be very opaque and operate much the same way it did 30 years ago.

Farm Lease Pro recently launched its novel online service to bring clarity, ease, and trust to the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic farmland leasing markets. This online platform for farmland rentals promises to change the landscape of farming and help millions of farmers and landowners solve problems they have faced for decades.

The country remains mired in a deep economic recession. However, property taxes continue to rise, and bills keep coming. Land is the most valuable asset for most people, whether retired farmers or investors, and landowners do not want to have to sell. Today, however, many must consider that difficult option.

Farm Lease Pro provides these individuals a new avenue to not only profit from their land while continuing to own it, but to also find the right person to farm their property. With this new platform, landowners can take comfort in having another option to monetize their land.

At the same time, farmers are in an exceptionally difficult position. For decades, land access has been one of their most challenging issues. Farmers used to find land by networking at feed mills, churches, auctions and the like, but with social distancing a new norm, that is much more difficult. Many young farmers are in distress about being able to find land to begin their career or to expand their operations.

“With the Farm Lease Pro platform, farmers finally have the solution they were looking for‒a professionally managed, easy-to-use and fully integrated farm leasing platform,” explains Farm Lease Pro partner Marshall Woodward. “While the current economic conditions are difficult, we are proud of our country, and optimistic about its future when we see new technologies like Farm Lease Pro emerge out of the darkness.”

Billionaire Business Owner Mark Cuban recently said, “Five years from now we’re going to look back and point to 10 to 20 companies that were created during the pandemic of 2020. We get to do America 2.0. We get to go through a unique reset.”

Farm Lease Pro cannot help but be excited for all the participants who stand to benefit from this game changing technology.

About Farm Lease Pro
Farm Lease Pro is a full-service online leasing platform built to bring the farmland rental market into the 21st century. It was developed to benefit both landowners and farmers of all sizes and their unique circumstances. By using the company’s proprietary service, landowners can quickly and easily list their land for free, garner interest from local farmers, book their property, store documents, and even receive payment, all in one place. Farmers find the service incredibly powerful due to their ability to find affordable and accessible land to either begin or expand their operations. For more information, please visit http://www.farmleasepro.com.

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