The investment performance of rural estates in England, boosted by the strong growth in farm land values, continues to perform well against other asset classes according to a new survey.Read full article: [Rural English estates continuing to perform well as an investment, latest survey shows]
Emerging markets such as Brazil and Argentina are dominating the growth in farmland prices, according to a new global Farmland Index from Savills.Read full article: [South American and Central Europe top farm land growth, new index shows]
The value of rural and lifestyle properties in New Zealand sold in the last three months are up 20% compared to a year ago, according to the latest market report from Barfoot & Thompson.
The latest residential land update signals that weakness in the new home building sector in Australia will persist throughout the remainder of 2012.Read full article: [Australian residential land sales increase but new home building sector still weak]
The average value of Scottish farm land has almost doubled over the past five years, according to the latest Knight Frank Scottish Farmland Index.Read full article: [Farm land prices in Scotland double in five years]
UK farmland values are on course for a tenth consecutive year of annual growth following a 3.9% increase for all land types during the first six months of 2012 according to Savills research.Read full article: [UK farm land sees decade of annual growth]
English farmland prices rose on average by 3.7% in the second quarter of 2012 taking it to £6,295 per acre, a new record high.Read full article: [English farm land prices reach new record]
Rural land in the UK is still growing as an investment prospect despite economic turmoil across the continent which has created widespread difficulties for various investment sectors, according to the IPD UK Annual Rural Property Index.Read full article: [Rural land in the UK regarded as a growing assets for property investors]
The long delayed land and property tax bill for Thailand is to be redrafted to take into effect changes since the last general election.