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Acretrader launches land values platform

AcreTrader has launched Acres, a land analysis platform for desktop and mobile that provides access to comprehensive data for 150 million U.S. parcels, local insights, and comparable sales.

The Acres platform is a key part of the company’s mission to make buying and selling land common, transparent, and easy.

To support a more efficient and transparent marketplace, the company aggregates and analyzes both public and private data into one tool.

The platform provides you with simple and intuitive analyses into the most important features of a given land parcel, including public owner records, soil and crop information, historical satellite imagery, vegetation indexes, water use, comparable sales, and more.

With more than ten layers of insights, you can analyze, save, customize, and share maps to maximize the value of property or make more informed purchasing decisions. Acres offers pricing plans for users ranging from a free account for everyday landowners to premium and enterprise levels for brokers, land professionals, and land finance companies.

“Technology has provided numerous tools to make smarter portfolio management decisions and more accurate asset valuations. However, until now, these tools have largely been unavailable across the broader land industry and asset class,” says Justin Ge, director of Acres. “Through Acres, landowners and land professionals can leverage a substantial amount of data and land value insights to make the most informed buying or selling decisions and to improve the value of their land. Our team is very excited about this transformative platform, and we look forward to continuing to partner with farmers, brokers, landowners and investors to unlock deeper land value insights.”

“Acres fills a critical need in the land marketplace by providing the necessary information to best evaluate, understand and improve land,” says Carter Malloy, founder and chief executive officer of AcreTrader. “I am extremely proud of what the Acres team has built and am excited to provide this solution to our growing network of partners in the land profession.”

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