Helpful answers to your most pressing Tillable questions.
It’s simple. Lease your farmland to Tillable for 1, 2 or 3 years and we’ll pay you upfront for the entire lease and manage your farmland—from finding a farmer to making sure your land is cared for long-term.
For landowners, there is no cost to lease your land to Tillable. Once you reach a leasing agreement with us and the lease is signed, we process payment immediately and you’re set for one, two or three growing seasons, depending on the terms of your lease.
If the Hassle-Free Lease will help you achieve your goals for your farmland, we’ll send you an official offer to rent your farm, which will be based on a proprietary algorithm using real market data.
Your offer will include three options: leasing your land to us for one, two or three season.
Once your lease is signed with Tillable, we’ll pay the full lease amount immediately; this could be for one, two or three years, depending on the option you choose. This means you can easily take care of your lease and get paid in full for the next growing season, without having to worry about the effects of commodity prices, weather or other unforeseen risks.
Tillable uses Digital forms, sent to farmers via email. This is a simple way to enable farmers to self-report farm activity and upload supporting documents.
A wide variety. For customers, who use automated payments, our digital reports track performance and status. This provides a clear understanding of how your farms and farmers perform across a number of categories: including yields, soil management and rent. Tillable also provides reports on potential investment properties including soil maps, crop history and historical USDA yield and rent data. If available, we can provide aggregated data on the size and density of farmers in the county, as well as information on projected rents.
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It is not too late to request a Hassle-Free Lease quote. If your land is eligible, we will quickly turn around our cash offer for 1, 2, or 3 growing seasons.