Monday, December 13, 2010

Another speculative land bubble

UK farmland predicted to increase by up to 12% in 2011 as foreign buyers compete for best locations

Property buyers and investors in the UK farm land sector can expect prices to increase by an average of 6% in 2011, according to analysts. The predicted increase in values will follow an 8% increase in 2010 but there is expected to be a widening gap in value growth between the best and poorest quality land, with expectations that where there is purchaser competition values could easily increase by 12% next year.

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2 thoughts on “Another speculative land bubble

  • Excellent news. They won’t be needing CAP subsidies for the next few years then, will they?

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  • Fantastic , sell all our farmland to foreigners .

    Perhaps they would like to buy our children too .

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