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Pricing International Farmland

Farmland has been proven to deliver strong returns over time with its low volatility and its little correlation with other asset classes and the broader global economic cycle. Since 2001, U.S. farmland prices have risen by 6.8% p.a.,1while farmland in Poland has risen by 11.8% p.a. and in Brazil by 12.9% p.a. (in local currency terms). These return characteristics are proving attractive to many investors by providing diversification to their portfolios. Cropping farmland value is a function of farm income and…

Change in law to start avalanche of investment in Brazil Farmland

Investment in Brazil land due to Boom The imminent lifting of Brazil farmland limits on foreign ownership is expected to unleash investments, principally by large funds in search of long-term returns, and reignite a slice of the stagnant real estate market. The government of President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva shocked investors in 2010 when he put the brakes on foreigners’ purchase of large pieces of agricultural land. It cited concerns over plans by Chinese investors to buy state-sized tracts of land…
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