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Resources for Real Estate Agents

Are your clients dreaming of country living?

Now more than ever, folks are looking to escape to the country. Farm Credit is different than other lenders because we deal exclusively in rural real estate, and are equipped with competitive rates and loan products that can be tailored to meet your client’s unique financing needs. We can accommodate construction on small or large acreage, as we have no acreage limitations. We also finance full-time and part-time farming operations, as well as investments in agricultural and rural properties.

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Client resources

We encourage you to share these resources with your clients to provide them the clarity they need regarding Farm Credit financing and ensure a smooth rural home or land buying process. 

Land Loans

Access the Farm Credit Land Financing flyer to get the rundown on Farm Credit land financing.

Mortgage Process and Home Loan Documentation

Access the Mortgage Process and Home Loan Documentation Checklist to review the process of acquiring a mortgage and learn the required documentation.

Secondary Mortgage Market (SMM) Construction & Rural Home Loans

Access the Construction and Home Loans (Spanish version) flyer to get the scoop on our SMM construction and home loan products.

Things to Avoid Before Buying a Home or Property

Access the Things to Avoid Before Buying a Home or Property resource. Many new homebuyers make the mistake of rushing out to buy things to fill their home with as soon as the seller accepts their purchase offer, but there are still major hurdles to overcome before the keys are handed out. Learn what you should avoid before buying your rural home or property to assure your transaction goes as smoothly as possible.