When it’s time to sell farmland, take a few extra crucial steps to help fetch top dollar.
Understand the many considerations that influence how farmland is valued to make sound purchases and selling decisions in the future.
The national average for farmland values increased an average of 3.7% for the first half of 2020, driven by higher crop receipts and low interest rates.
There’s more to farmland value than economics. Farmers may also place emotional connection to the land they farm.
Learn why you should consider farmland values, interest rates and emotional decisions when buying or selling farmland.
The FCC 2019 Farmland Values Report indicates farmland appreciated at a more moderate pace, but remains expensive when measured against farm income.
Growth in land values scaled back in 2018. Martha Roberts unpacks what that means and answers the question of whether Ontario land is priced reasonably.
J.P. Gervais looks at the numbers from the 2018 FCC Farmland Values Report and the factors that influenced them.
Canadian farmland values trended upward in 2018 driven by strategic expansion and a limited amount of land available for sale.
Economists need to know if shifting land values are tracking ag revenues. Here’s how they do it.