Find a farm for sale at a cheap price by using the search filtering tools on sites such as LandAndFarm.com, LandWatch.com, LandFlip.com and FarmSeller.com. Buyers should focus on smaller plots in less-populated areas as well as set a maximum price range to narrow results to relevant listings.
Many farms are priced based on the size of the land, so focusing on a small farm is a good way to decrease price. Farmland in rural areas is also often cheaper than land near a major city, due to the increased time in accessing outside resources. Buyers should also look for farms that need repairs or work, as they are often priced lower to account for the added inconvenience.