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Drones Aren’t Just the Future, They’re the Right Now

first_img Previous articleSmall Refinery Exemptions Destroy Demand for BiodieselNext articleAnother Good Indiana Harvest Window Ahead Eric Pfeiffer SHARE By Eric Pfeiffer – Oct 18, 2018 SHARE Drones Aren’t Just the Future, They’re the Right Now Home Indiana Agriculture News Drones Aren’t Just the Future, They’re the Right Now Facebook Twitter Drones Aren’t Just the Future, They’re the Right NowThe Internet, the smartphone, and online shopping: all of these had their skeptics when they first launched. Now, they’re commonplace. They improve efficiency and, ultimately, your bottom line. Could the same be said for drones? Many see them as toys or as too expensive. Purdue Extension Corn Specialist (and licensed drone pilot) Dr. Bob Nielsen says that is not the case. He says it’s tough to estimate how many farmers have adopted drones as part of their farm operation, but he senses that the percentage is low.“I think it’s going to accelerate as more and more people realize they’re relatively inexpensive and what kind of photography we get from them. Folks like myself and some of my colleagues here at Purdue, our county extension educators who are working with drones, all of us are trying to come up with the good examples of ways that we can use them in a meaningful way that will somehow improve our bottom line in agriculture.”And what are some of those examples?“There’s a lot of inherent value to being able to fly your fields whenever you want, as often as you want, to simply look for the development of problems. Today’s technologies don’t allow us to diagnose from the air, but they at least point out the problems visually and then give us the wherewithal or the encouragement to then, on the ground, to get out to those areas of the field and start diagnosing what the causes are.”Purdue Extension specialists will be at the Indiana Farm Equipment and Technology Expo to demonstrate and share some of their research. The show is Dec. 11, 12, and 13 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, and their demonstrations will be at 10:30, 12:30, and 2:30 each day of the expo.The Indiana Farm Equipment and Technology Expo has announced a Phantom 4 drone (UAV) will be given away each day of the Expo. A winner will be drawn from those who register for and attend the show on the day the drawing is made. The selection will be made each afternoon at 2 pm, and the individual must be present to win. No purchase is necessary; admission to the show is free.More info can be found at indianafarmexpo.com. Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

Home Prices Remain Flat; Distressed Homes Stable in March

first_img Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: DS News Webcast: Monday 3/31/2014 Next: Texas Employment Still Growing; Oil and Gas Industry Lead About Author: Colin Robins March 30, 2014 778 Views Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Clear Capital Distressed Sales Growth Home Data Index Home Sales 2014-03-30 Colin Robins The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Tagged with: Clear Capital Distressed Sales Growth Home Data Index Home Sales Clear Capital, a provider of data and solutions for real estate asset valuation and collateral risk assessment, released its Home Data Index Market Report with data through March, 2014. The report noted that the frosty winter left home prices mostly flat, while saturation of distressed homes remained stable at 21.8 percent.Year-over-year, home prices increased by 9.8 percent, and .7 percent sequentially.The report noted that the Midwest is still experiencing non-existent growth over the quarter, causing concerns in the region.”Our data through the end of March reveals prices remained steady through the final weeks of winter, a sigh of relief to all market participants,” said Dr. Alex Villacorta, VP of research and analytics at Clear Capital. “Yet, national quarterly gains of just 0.7% mean there’s certainly still risk for short-term price declines in some markets.”Low tier home sales, which are classified as homes selling for $95,000 and less, have fueled recovery for the past two years, according to Clear Capital. The report found, “This deeply discounted sector attracted enough buyers to drive prices up 31.8% from the bottom of the market in 2011. Over the last quarter, however, low tier home price gains slowed to just 1.2%—a big difference from 3.7% a year ago.”Clear Capital hypothesizes the increasingly stable market could motivate first time and “move-up” home buyers to purchase homes.Home prices were outpaced by the owner’s equivalent of rent for 21 out of 23 quarters. This environment was particularly friendly to investors, who saw attractive returns that helped drive investor demand past historical norms.According to the report, “While the recovery took hold, home price gains outpaced growth in the owners’ equivalent of rent in most of 2012 and 2013.”Villacorta believes a few shifts are essential in order to maintain market stability.”The key to overall market progress and stability in 2014 will lie in the transition from investor to traditional home buyer demand,” he said.Villacorta added, “While each segment will continue to be important, healthy markets have shown higher rates of traditional home buyer demand and less investor-driven demand. Should prices remain stable, home buyer confidence will build, supporting a balanced transition.”The highest performing major metro markets quarter-over-quarter for March were all in California: Riverside, California (2.5 percent); Fresno, California (2.1 percent); San Diego, California (2.1 percent); Sacramento, California (2.1 percent); and Los Angeles, California (2.1 percent).The lowest performing major metro markets quarter-over-quarter for March include: New Orleans, Louisiana (-2.6 percent); Dayton, Ohio (-2.4 percent); Jacksonville, Florida (-0.2 percent); Milwaukee, Wisconsin (-0.1 percent); and Baltimore, Maryland (-0.1 percent). The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Subscribe Colin Robins is the online editor for DSNews.com. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Texas A&M University and a Master of Arts from the University of Texas, Dallas. Additionally, he contributes to the MReport, DS News’ sister site. center_img Home / Daily Dose / Home Prices Remain Flat; Distressed Homes Stable in March Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Home Prices Remain Flat; Distressed Homes Stable in March Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Market Studies, News The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago  Print This Post Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Related Articles Share Savelast_img read more