Chris Faulkner is an Associate Broker with Faulkner Real Estate. Chris
bring over 8 years of real estate experience from 3 different markets
varying in size from 8,000 to almost 800,000. Chris specializes in
agricultural and residential sales. He has gained a tremendous about of
knowledge and experience in a rather short time, by working with many
different buyers sellers, brokers and agents.
Chris Faulkner is an Associate Broker, Certified Negotiating Specialist,
and member of the National Association of Realtors, Kansas Association
of Realtors, Southwest Kansas Board of Realtors and the Southwest Kansas
MLS. Chris is a past member of the Greater Fort Worth Association of
Call Chris for Results- the reason why! 620-575-6555
I cannot believe it's been 25 years since my father, Mark struck off on his own and started Faulkner Agency in a tiny (600 square foot) office on main street in Ulysses, Kansas. I remember helping he and my mom, Suzanne, scrape the old tile (probably asbestos laden) off of the concrete slab floors of their new office space. The office was a modest cinder block building with barely enough space for a few desks. Over time the business grew and my family made the big decision to knock a hole in the north wall of our quaint office and double our space to a modest 1,200 square feet. Our office space wasn't the only thing that changed over time; our name did too. As I mentioned above, we started as Faulkner Agency. Dad was a born salesman and
The owner's of this great three bedroom home out by the Bentwood Golf Course in Ulysses, Kansas have recently reduced their price by $7,000 to $107,500! This is a great price for this three bedroom, two bath home with a double-attached garage, an oversized shop and a partial basement.This home has several maintenance-saving features including steel siding, vinyl soffits, vinyl guttering, and Pella casement windows.
The Pella windows have a great feature that you don't see everyday. They have retractable screens! This is great on cold days when you don't want the windows open, but want all the light you can get.
The detached shop has enough room for at least two vehicles, a workspace for projects and is also plumbed for a
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Faulkner Real Estate contracted
2,880 acres for 5 Sellers in 5 counties in Kansas in January. All
properties were sold using our "Private Auction" (bid by phone) sales
method developed here in Ulysses, Kansas by Mark Faulkner 11 years ago.
The "Private Auction" still proves to be the popular choice for our
Buyers and Sellers of farm ground in Southwest Kansas. Of the 2,880
acres sold much of it was in CRP or expired CRP with about 960 acres of
Irrigated ground being sold as well. Land prices remain strong as
Buyers take advantage of thousands of acres of CRP coming out of
production. Everyone always asks, "Why are people selling?" Well,
there's not one answer. Some farmers are selling their land because
Western Kansas and Easter Colorado Land Sales Strong in 2010.
Faulkner Real Estate, is celebrating another record breaking year of residential and agricultural sales in Western Kansas and Eastern Colorado. We ended 2009 with just over 160 land, home and commercial real estate transactions on the book in over 9 counties in Kansas and Colorado. After the record setting pace of land sales, mostly production farm ground, over the last 2 years the US economy hit the wall. Many spoke of depression and the economic outlook was bleak. However, in the mighty midwest conservative values and good business principles kept us, while not untouched, less affected by the economic downturn.
Land appreciation did level slightly in 2009 compared to 2008, but still
Conservation Reserve Program Land (CRP) Selling Well (edit/delete)
Many farmers in the Western Kansas and Eastern Colorado region have expressed concern to me about the millions of acres to come out of CRP in the coming years. In 2009 alone we saw thousands of acres come out of the program and much of it come up for sale. Many feel that the increase in supply will decrease demand. While this theory is well proven and mostly true. Currently there has not been enough over supply to decrease demand.
In fact in some cases it is causing the opposite reaction. Many farmers are seeing this an an unprecedented opportunity to obtain the land they've sought for years that was tied up by CRP and absentee owners. Now that CRP is not as a viable investment option