The sellers have lived on the farm for more than a decade. They will miss the farm but their children are grown and the time has come for their next adventure. They are highly motivated to sell and will consider any reasonable offer. Move in quickly, wait for the next harvest, or hire a farm manager until you're ready to move to Hawaii full-time. Everything is negotiable, all you have to do is make an offer.
The State of Hawaii offers Agricultural Loans. These loans provide low interest rates and affordable terms. The loans are only available to qualified, productive farms that meet the state's strict guidelines. Not only does this farm qualify, it is considered an examplary example. Be warned though, it is not easy to find financing for a leasehold farm.
Many potential buyers do not have prior farming experience. No problem, neither did the current owners when they started twelve years ago. They still managed to grow the farm into a well-known and respected business. With customers, equipment and important industry contacts already in place, the new owners can simply step in and take over from here.
The sellers are happy to answer all questions and realize that a transition period may be important for new owners. This could include some time working together to share knowledge and make sure no opportunities are missed. Leveraging off of a successful business is a great way to get a head start and the sellers hope to find buyers that will take it to the next level.
More detailed information is available upon request, please don't hesitate to ask.
|Sellers:||Gary & Valerie Strawn|
|Address:||78-1348 Bishop Road, Holualoa, HI 96725|
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