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Find out what influences land prices and what the average price per acre is of land.
Our land is suitable for a number of current uses including; grazing, farming and paddock conversion or for general recreational or amenity purposes. However, due to a rise in land prices over the years, land has become a popular and tangible asset that is seen as a 'safe-haven' for investors, typically outperforming property and shares.
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.
There are many national and international factors driving land price higher, including:
Global economic uncertainty
A predicted 40% rise in world population by 2050, resulting in;
Increased demand for food and therefore commodity prices
These sharp increases in food prices continue to encourage farmers to expand production
A weak pound has buoyed the market, making land more attractive for overseas buyers
Overseas buyers, lifestyle purchasers, investors and farmers all competing for land for sale
Increasing demand outstripping an extremely limited supply of land
At present the rise in land prices is partly due to the ongoing economic troubles in Europe and other parts of the world – in fact the ongoing global economic troubles only seem to enhance farmland's reputation as a safe-haven asset. With no clear end in sight to the problems there is a strong desire to get money into something solid and tangible. As land prices rise, buyers can use their asset for a number of uses from farming to grazing and paddock conversion or for recreational or amenity purposes.
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