Our company provides support services to licensed real estate professionals who are available to assist you in the purchase, lease or sell of agricultural and recreational properties. Please browse our web site and learn more about us, our associated professionals and about investing in Mississippi Delta farmland. Our family has been in the real estate investment business in Mississippi for over 100 years. If you are looking for investment capital, investing partners, a licensed real estate professional or a solid real estate investment opportunity in an agricultural or recreational property, take advantage of our contact link.
Mississippi law requires all persons and companies engaging in real estate brokerage activities to hold a valid and active real estate license. For services requiring a licensed Mississippi real estate professional, you will be contacted by real estate broker and company president, Cristopher C. Wilson, or an affiliated licensee. Properties available through the services of Cris and his associates are listed on the Properties Page. We look forward to receiving your questions, queries and investment interests in Mississippi farmland and recreational property for sale. We sincerely hope that you find our web site useful.
There currently are opportunities available for investors to purchase top Mississippi Delta farmland properties. These Mississippi farmland investments are silty loam and grain soils with existing irrigation or conducive conditions for irrigation. The properties range in size from small farms of 80 +/- acres to large plantations of 1,000 +/- acres. The appreciation potential on these farmland properties is excellent. Many properties have recreation value(Wildlife Management Services) in addition to impressive crop yields. Migratory ducks and waterfowl as well as large Delta whitetail deer populate most of the properties.
Increasing demand for food, feed, fiber, and biofuel (“f” factors) derived from conventional crops is pushing global commodity prices to all time highs. With this change has come increased investor interest and increased values in agricultural properties - fueled in large part by the investors’ desire to diversify and hedge against inflation and a falling US dollar. Many also seek to escape from the turbulence, high volatility and uncertainty in global stock markets. The US economic slowdown poses only a minor impact on demand for conventional crops, given the relative inelastic demand for food. In addition, at the current pace, biofuels will be responsible for a significant share of added demand (4th “f” factor) for farm products in the coming years - though food will remain by far the primary consumer. Companies and individual farmland investors will be set to benefit from the revaluation of agricultural assets. In summary, with agriculture being a necessary industry to support population growth, it is not a matter of if, but when and where, the opportunities will arise in agricultural properties as a valuable investment. To be contacted by Cristopher C. Wilson, his company support staff or an affiliate licensee with details on the investment opportunities and individual properties, notify us of your interest at
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