“Big changes coming.” These three words are the resounding theme of the 2016 Realtors Land Institute National Conference, happening in Dallas, Texas, from March 11-13, and AgAmerica Lending is pleased to be one of the Silver Partners during this three-day event. Some people might be very apprehensive at the sounding of those three words— in that order. But, as land loan specialists, we represent the nation’s farmers and ranchers and the crops that they cultivate. So we’re pretty adapted to the implications of that phrase, and we’re prepared to handle the hurdles that often result from it.
As a conference that attracts only the best industry experts to present on current land trends, it makes sense that we— the nation’s premier land lender— should send some of our team to represent AgAmerica Lending among our peers at the RLI National Conference.
Our team members, Mac Miller, SVP of Portfolio Management, and Colin Clyne, Director of Business Development, have already made landfall in the ninth largest city in America, and they are shaking hands with others in the land business right now. What’s their end goal, you might ask? It’s simple, really. You’ve heard the phrase “two heads are better than one,” right? Well, the same is true for three or four heads, or as many heads as they can get together with while at the conference. It is Mac’s and Colin’s goal— collectively— to share strategies, build relationships, and maybe even make a deal or two. We’re not making this trip just to socialize— it’s all for the benefit of our clients . . . people like you who are in search of common sense solutions for agricultural loans.
Speaking of changes, we’re coming to the “Big D” with some pretty big news ourselves. We’ve got the Recreational Land Lending Program to share with attendees. For anyone looking to invest in 150 acres of recreational property, valued at $200K or more, this program has the advantages that typical ag loans just can’t offer. Some of the program’s advantages include no prepayment penalties and no standard annual paperwork renewals, to name a few.
And just because big news like this should be shared with everyone, we’re sharing some goodies while we’re at the conference. If you stop by our booth to shake a hand, talk shop, or just have a friendly conversation, we’ll have a duck squeezy for you to take with you as a memento (while supplies last) of our Recreational Land Loan Program. So, don’t forget to stop by and say hello, or howdy, since after all— you are in Dallas!
At AgAmerica Lending, we’re happy to assist all ag producers with their farm lending requirements. We help the country’s farmers and ranchers to grow and prosper with our low interest rates, long amortizations, and an outstanding 10-year line of credit.
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SVP of Portfolio Management
Mac’s role at AgAmerica emphasizes his talent for creative capital structuring. Whether setting up financing structures for multi-billion dollar hedge funds, entrepreneurs, or farmers and ranchers, Mac has the ability to think outside of the box and works diligently to set up the optimal capital structure for each client, enabling them to achieve their respective operating goals.
Director of Business Development
Clyne is a graduate of Auburn University where he received his B.S. in Business Management. While at Auburn, he worked in the Office of the President assisting the Secretary to the Board of Trustees and Director of Public Affairs.