You should have ideal conditions, no build up of disease in the soil from past crops - that is an issue in some areas, and a nonissue in other areas.
Generally beans do well on lighter soils that get a good rain in late August.
The one thing that will help you a lot is to inoculate your beans. If you grow a crop every other year, the bugs are in your soil. But if you haven't grown beans in a few years, the inoculatates are needed.
Both liquid and peat powder type are available, and everyone says theirs are better. But you need some somehow. These are the little bugs that fix N for the beans. You need them. Pretty cheap per acre, many recommend you double the dose on new ground.
Other than that, you will likely do very well with new ground.