Do you have farmland in your investment portfolio? The increasing scarcity of farmland and its lack of correlation with other asset classes make it an exceptionally strong diversification tool. In this podcast, Farm Together’s COO and co-founder David Chan explains how his company’s proprietary technology allows accredited investors direct access to farmland offerings, review due diligence materials, and sign legal documents securely online. In addition, you’ll learn how FarmTogether sources top quality investment opportunities that can offer competitive returns – all net of fees, typically in the range of 7-13% returns with average cash yields between 3-9%.
Farmland combines their proprietary technology with decades of experience to sift through hundreds of farm related investment opportunities to select only the best. These are top-tier investment properties which are carefully curated and designed to yield competitive returns. Because it is inflation resistant and contra-cyclical to many conventional equity investments, farmland makes an excellent – and many times overlooked – addition to any investment portfolio. Listen to this podcast as Mr. Chan goes into how he does this as well as explains the entire process of investing in his deals. The best part is you as the investor don’t have to know anything about the everyday workings of any of the farm properties you’ll see on his company’s investment platform. They do all the acquisition, due diligence, and industry analysis so that once the opportunity appears on their platform, investors can feel confident that the entire deal has been properly vetted out.
If you’re ready to take control of an innovative opportunity to diversify your portfolio and increase your passive income, farm land investments at Farm Together are waiting. And just like the last time we had Farm Together on our podcast, you can get more information and view their current offerings (such as the Yuba Almond Orchard) at their website at FarmTogether.com
ABOUT OUR GUEST: David Chan
David has over 6 years of investment and technology experience in agriculture. As Chief Operating Officer of FarmTogether, David built out the investment team and deployed over $20 million of investment capital across over 10 offerings.
Prior to joining FarmTogether, David was an investment professional within the private equity group at AMERRA Capital Management, an asset manager that specializes in agribusiness investments. At AMERRA, David worked closely with Pipeline Foods, a Minnesota-based organic, non-GMO, and regenerative grains supply chain company.
He previously worked at Prudential Agriculture Investments, where he participated in farmland underwriting and acquisitions within tree nuts and citrus commodities for the group’s West Coast portfolio. Before his time at Prudential, David was an early employee of Gro Intelligence, an agricultural data company. He began his career as an analyst at Barclays Investment Bank.
David holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in Atmospheric Sciences from Cornell University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. David is a Toigo alum, and he is a member of the Hispanic Scholarship Fund’s New York Advisory Council.
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