Content update reflects strategic direction of AcreTrader’s brand, value proposition, and product offerings.
FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. (Mar. 28, 2019) — AcreTrader, a nationwide farmland investing company, has unveiled a new online learning center for its website, which includes educational articles created and curated by AcreTrader’s expert team.
Investors can go to the learning center to find information about asset diversification, passive income, and the role that farmland can play in a balanced investment portfolio. The content is designed to help investors of all experience levels better understand the risks and rewards of investing in farmland real estate and other asset classes. Additionally, the learning center provides resources to farmers and landowners who want to gain a better understanding of the various ways AcreTrader can help them with their business.
“We want all of our investors and land partners to feel confident and informed before making the decision to work with us,” said Carter Malloy, CEO of AcreTrader. “Our learning center is a place where our team of experts can explain the ins and outs of farmland investing, farm management, and our own in-house operations.”
Having officially launched earlier this month, AcreTrader is already seeing significant momentum in its business, having closed a farm deal and moving quickly to close another. AcreTrader works with landowners and operating partners across the United States to identify value for investors in today’s market.
AcreTrader is an investment platform that makes it easy to own shares of farmland and earn passive income, starting with as little as $1,000. Founded in 2018, AcreTrader aims to provide transparency, security, and liquidity to investors, while eliminating the friction and headaches traditionally associated with owning land - handling all aspects of administration and property management, from insurance and accounting to working with local farmers and improving soil sustainability. For more information on how to become a farmland investor or to sell your farm through AcreTrader, please visit https://www.acretrader.com.