Ranches and farms have become recognized as a legitimate investment class asset. Since virtually every investment class asset, from stocks and bonds to rare art and collectibles, is traded in an auction market, Hall and Hall saw an opportunity to extend our hallmark real estate services and to support our clients with an auction service that would deliver time-sensitive liquidity.
Since launching Hall and Hall Auctions in 2010, we have become a leader in investment quality rural real estate auctions and have produced hundreds of millions of dollars in closed transactions. Our all-encompassing and professional approach to auction management and our full attention to detail creates a top-shelf sales event atmosphere, and buyers and sellers alike know our auctions will be conducted with the highest level of integrity and transparency.
An auction is truly the most effective way to discover the market and create an air of competition to garner the highest value the market will bear. It provides time-sensitive liquidity through an aggressive marketing program, which is an advantage not only to sellers who desire to cash out, but also to buyers who desire to cash in at fair market value.
Our Unique Approach and Capabilities Deliver Exceptional Results
Guaranteed sale date with shortened marketing period
Simultaneous action-driven buyer competition
Sales event atmosphere and excitement
24 Real Estate brokers and agents working on your behalf
Custom-crafted web page and award winning brochures highlighting your property's unique features
Access to the industry's largest database of qualified land buyers
World-class marketing engine from the industry's #1 land broker
Local, regional, national and international exposure
World-class waterfowl property located in the Kaskaskia River bottoms of south-central Illinois 75 miles from St. Louis. 1,148± acres of phenomenal wildlife habitat. Trophy deer and wild pheasant. 816± acres in WRP. Great log cabin.
Located in what many consider to be Montana’s most beautiful and unsung valley just below its namesake 10,463-foot Warren Peak, the ranch encompasses 6,395± acres (5,755± deeded) with miles of a small trout stream passing through.