Hall and Hall Auctions Does More Than Sell Real Estate

March 5, 2018 Rob Hart

As popular as Farm and Ranch auctions have been around the country, live auctions have been a mainstay at charity events for years and years. As with any hard to value asset, charity managers have known donations sell best via auction. Hall and Hall loves to give back and contribute to as many great causes as possible.  Here is a list of some of our favorite charity events that we work and support.

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Editorial and Opinion

Ranches are Rarely “Iconic” & “Quaint”

March 2, 2018 Jim Taylor

As the chief editor of much that is published by Hall and Hall and as an avid reader of much that is published by others in our industry, I am struck by the overuse of certain words that I believe were meant to be used sparingly to describe something very special and unusual. In my last blog, I talked about the true meaning of the word “legacy.” In that instance, I objected to the use of the word rather than the overuse of it but there is no question that it is overused as well.

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Editorial and Opinion

The Value of Having Wealth “Tied to the Land”

February 7, 2018 Tyler Jacobs

What does it mean to be “tied to the land”? Once you have sold farms and ranches for 20 years and enjoyed much of the same lifestyle yourself, there are certain observations and conclusions that are easy to come by. Our past and current clients are all “tied to the land” in some way, whether it is by their hard work or by their investment in the land.

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Inside Hall and Hall

IX Ranch Featured in December 2017 Issue of Western Horseman

January 25, 2018 Hall and Hall

We were thrilled with the feature story in the December 2017 issue of Western Horseman profiling IX Ranch.  The IX Ranch is a legacy ranch – it is huge, has a long history of stable ownership and a respected reputation in reputation ranch country.  Its central Montana location is 80 miles northeast of Great Falls and adjacent to the town of Big Sandy. The current owners are the second owners in the ranch’s 128-year history.

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