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Non-farming buyers set the pace in rising farmland market
Despite the Brexit-related uncertainties, the farmland market has proven more resilient than many might have predicted as land prices increased 2% last year.
Investors have played an increasing role in the farmland market as they tend to be attracted to tangible assets as they see them as a safe haven for their capital. Land in the right location remains in considerable demand for capital investment for many non-farming reasons, including development potential, privacy, tax reasons, or amenity.
In the immediate future it is anticipated that land prices will continue to rise, supported by a lack of supply.