What’s Your Land Purchase Strategy?

With growth like we’ve seen in the last five to 10 years, buying farm land is as close as you can get to a sure bet, right? While it’s true that money invested in land recently has returned far more than you’d make in more public investments, it doesn’t mean the investment is without risk.

As James Bryan, with FCC, explains in this video, buying land assuming the past is the trend of the future could land you in hot water in a hurry. Buying land should always be done with an overall farm strategy in mind, and, what’s more, farmers on the hunt for land should run at least a few “what if” scenarios should interest rates rise one or even two per cent.

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