Farmland investing for everyone. Build wealth by investing in premiere agriculture. Receive annual returns from the sales of your crop's harvest, plus the appreciation from land ownership.
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High profit potential farmland investments managed by expert American farmers. FarmFundr is a farmer-owned, equity crowdfunding platform focused on specialty crop operations in the United States. They offer fractional farmland ownership opportunities to their members. As a fourth-generation farmer, real estate investor and expert in farm management, their CEO, Brandon, takes extreme pride and care when it comes to selecting offerings for investors.
Things to Know
You make money on
Value + Dividends
Term of investment
Gain profits from annual harvest & crop sales
Land ownership: profit from appreciation
They're not making any more land
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How you make money
At FarmFundr, they do things a little differently so that the investors can realize as much profit from their farm operation as possible. While each offer is structured a bit differently (see individual offerings for full disclosures), generally their model is that you will receive annual returns from the sales of your crop's harvest in addition to the appreciation from ownership of the land.
How FarmFundr makes money
There are no fees for investors. Farmfundr charges a fee on capital raised from the sponsor.
Is it safe?
You should view these as risky investments, riskier than an investment in a stock market index fund, for example. The same is true for any direct investment in real estate. You could lose some or all of your money in any of these investments.
How You’re Taxed
Profits earned from farmland are taxed like stocks. Investors are subject to short-term capital gains when selling assets owned for one year or less, which are taxed at ordinary income tax rates. Long-term capital gains are applicable when assets are owned for more than one year with tax rates ranging from 0% to 20%, depending on your total taxable income. Any rental income your farmland generates is generally taxed as ordinary income, although if you're materially involved in the farm, you may also be subject to a self-employment tax.
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