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Due Diligence, South American Style For Farms

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Due Diligence, South American Style For Farms

This week again we have clients in Paraguay doing due diligence on another undeveloped farm we have conditionally sold, to be used for a farm syndicate for smaller to medium sized investors.

This involves considerable work and expense for the client. Apart from checking legal titles etc, they will be using horses (motorbikes don’t do to0 well in this type of wet soil conditions), advanced soil testing, laser leveling technology (to establish the cost of drainage), specialized agro drones and special satellite services (to check rainfall and any flooding history over the past 10 years).

They need to do all of this to ensure that potential investors are well rewarded when money is spent to convert this farm into a productive unit.

Unlike the more formal market places like Europe etc, buyers need to do this work up front if they want to ensure what they see is what they get.

If being involved in a project like this appeals contact us:  [email protected]

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