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Closing on the Ultimate Ranch Takes Bates Land Consortium

 

by Jame Moore  

Real estate dealings are complex no matter what the size of the property may be. However, when it comes to the large deal there is no company better suited for the job than Bates Land Consortium.

 

The ultimate closing on the ultimate property; when this is the plan, Patrick Bates is the name on everyone’s lips. This is the man whologo not only has continuously been a gentleman within the real estate industry for decades; but he’s also the man who is known as the ultimate closer. When a deal needs to be made, Patrick Bates is the one who makes it.

 

Almost seventy-five years of industry experience comes along when working with the men at Bates Land Consortium. These real estate professionals are of the highest value to their clients, making sure to provide the best customer service while getting the best possible deal for your property.

 

Alone, Patrick Bates has been responsible for closing hundreds of transactions involving over 2,000,000 acres of deeded land, totaling over two billion dollars. With this record in his back pocket, he’s proven that Bates Land Consortium understands all the intricacies when it comes to large-scale deals.

 

We are talking about premiere real estate located throughout the ‘must-have’ locations of the Rocky Mountain West and the roberts-ranch-feat1-192x120Southwestern U.S.. Vast ranches are under the care of Bates Land Consortium – and buyers and sellers looking for the most expansive investment can locate them with ease and relaxation with Bates; relaxation, because they already know the polished track record of the company.

 

Patrick Bates is as sought-after by clients as the properties he buys and sells. Clients are always looking to him for his support and partnership as they work their way from discovering the right piece of property, to closing day when it finally becomes theirs.

 

Having the comprehensive knowledge of land and water values throughout the Mountain States helped Patrick Bates establish a solid reputation. However, he is also a man who knows the answers to all the questions a client will need to ask and understand before shaking hands and closing the deal.

 

Patrick Bates founded Bates Land Consortium because he understands that owning a farm or ranch is a truly rewarding experience. He also knows exactly what the pitfalls can be that await the unsuspecting buyer or seller, which is why he is the best person to guide a client through the large-scale land deal.

 

It’s a fact that land buyers can and do at times overestimate the ‘carrying capacity’ of the land they wish to purchase. It’s a fact that sellers will often over-exaggerate the animal population that their land has supported over the years, and so on. With Bates Land Consortium as a partner, clients will understand all the solutions to these pitfalls, such as; discovering information about the land’s production potential; understanding soil type, precipitation, vegetation and forage condition, as well as learning cattle requirements. From land capability to care and management needs, buyers and sellers must take many areas into consideration before closing.

 

It’s a fact that more than twenty hours of labor per week may be needed on small ranches; but when it comes to the vast property, full plans must be set in place regarding everything from ranch maintenance and upkeep to the potential profit, or recreational abilities the land provides.

 

From the land, itself, to the tax savings that come with agricultural endeavors, Bates Land Consortium understands every rung on the ‘big deal’ ladder, and are always on hand to provide their clients with answers.

 

In the end, when it comes to purchasing that perfect property, or if you are the seller who wants to get as much money as possible in the ultimate deal – Bates Land Consortium is the only place to go.

 

Expect the best when it comes to your property, and always expect the best from your broker. If you want to make the ultimate deal, make sure Bates Land Consortium is by your side.

 

To Learn more about the Bates Land Co. visit:  http://bateslandco.com/

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