AUGUST 2014, SALISBURY, MD Ben Alder, Senior Advisor of the Alder Land Group at Sperry Van Ness – Miller Commercial Real Estate in Salisbury, MD recently listed 26 farms totaling 3500 acres for lease. The farms are located throughout Maryland and Delaware and offer hunting and agricultural leases. Of the 3,500 total acres, over 2,000 acres in the offering are tillable. Bids for farmland and hunting land leases are due on October 15, 2014.

“Our team is excited about this opportunity to work with Allen Harim and the local ag community to develop long-term relationships” states Ben Alder. “For both the property owner and tenant, agricultural leasing today cannot be handled without diligence and quality commitments. It is our goal in this project to develop strong agreements for Allen Harim that will demonstrate their commitment to working with the Delmarva agricultural community.”  To view all the farms in the leasing project or to submit a bid, visit www.alderlandgroup.com or contact Ben Alder at ben.alder@svn.com or 410-543-2440.


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