Ag Real Estate Prices Steady But Still Mostly High

3 hours ago Ag real estate prices steady, but still mostly… Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Ag real estate prices steady, but still mostly high Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) 2015 at 1:34 p.m. UPDATED: May 28, 2020 at 7:37 a.m. Because of high demand and low supply, the price of farmland

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8 hours ago Cropland Value. Like the overall real estate value, average U.S. cropland values posted sharp increases in 2021, rising to $4,420/acre. This increase came in as an 8% jump over 2020, which was the highest increase in cropland since 2013 when it jumped 14%. In dollar values, this year-over-year increase was $320/acre, also not seen since 2013.

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8 hours ago One bright spot in Kings and Tulare counties is the increased value of walnut orchards. Per-acre prices were between $8,000 and $12,000 last year, up from $5,000 to $8,500 an acre five years ago. One aspect of the agricultural real estate asset class that seems to be suffering the most is rural-residential homesite with 10 to 40 acres.

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4 hours ago By 2013, the average sales price of homes sold in the U.S. had rebounded to pre-crisis levels. For the next several years, the uptrend looked promising, until 2018 when prices flattened, and then

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3 hours ago The average value of agricultural land in Nebraska for the year ending Feb. 1, 2022, averaged $3,360 per acre, about a 16% increase ($465 per acre) over the prior year’s value of $2,895 per acre, according to the final report from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s 2022 Farm Real Estate Market Survey.

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5 hours ago The international real estate organization on Tuesday released its annual Farm Report, which follows 20 distinct ag real estate markets across the country. Prices in most markets across the country made small increases or held steady over the past 12 months, the company said, noting strong demand and limited supply continued to edge prices

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2 hours ago For agricultural real estate, the value of the land is closely related to the price tag of commodities that can be produced there. Farmland owners hold tight amid market uncertainty …

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Just Now Though the Great Recession did not affect the ag real estate market nearly as severely as residential real estate, ag real estate has still rebounded along with residential. “It’s been a nice, steady appreciation of value. We’ve definitely surpassed the level we were at in 2008-09,” said Mike Fraley, a partner with Hall and Hall in Buffalo.

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1 hours ago The average value of American cropland across the country rose sharply by about 14% in 2022 as strong commodity prices and inflation eclipsed rising input and other production costs. It was the

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3 hours ago As of July 1, 2018, the average interest rates for farm operating, feeder cattle and agricultural real estate loans (before adjusting for inflation) were at their highest levels since the third quarter of 2011. On average, real interest rates on farm mortgages have returned to the levels seen during the peak of farmland values in 2013.

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9 hours ago The lower-quality cropland is less in demand, which tends to soften price levels. There are also first-time buyers in the market currently looking to invest in ag real estate. The outlook for land sales is positive and should bring mostly

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7 hours ago “Irrigated farmland remains high and will hold that trend, maybe even increase in value in the future especially if commodity prices increase,” he predicted. Timberland prices should also hold steady, he said, even in a slump from COVID-19. In fact, small recreation-size tracts could get a boost: folks wanting to have a place to get away.

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40-3895-119 hours ago • Loan Demand – While over half of lenders reported that demand for ag production and ag real estate loans were flat over the last 6 months, a significant share reported increased demand (26.7% and 33.3% respectively) and 82.2% said that overall farm debt increased over the past year. Similar expectations were reported for loan demand next

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3 hours ago Chris Janiec. -. 29 October 2020. PGIM expects its farmland transaction volumes to mirror 2019 levels, although the executive leading its agricultural unit says differing outlooks have slowed the pace of deals in certain markets. “If you are looking to buy new almond properties, you have to ask how fast prices can rebound from the low point

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2 hours ago For many farmers, the major marketing focus in the past couple of months has been to lock-in prices on the corn and soybeans that is being grown in 2021. The “new crop” CBOT December corn futures rose from near $4.50 per bushel in mid-January to near $6.00 per bushel by early May, before declining to $5.50-$5.80 per bushel in most of July.

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1 hours ago The value of U. S. agricultural real estate continues to increase. As shown in the real estate trend database, cumulative U.S. agricultural real estate values have risen on average by 17.5 percent for the 4-year period ending December 31, 1998. During that period, the greatest land value growth was in 3 regions of the country

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