Survey shows agricultural land prices rose 5%

Agricultural lands prices rose by 5 per cent in 2012, according to global property consultants Knight Frank Ireland.

20th January, 2013

Agricultural lands prices rose by 5 per cent in 2012, according to global property consultants Knight Frank Ireland. According to a national annual survey carried out by the agent, agricultural land values are trending upwards for the second year running.

The survey found that more land came to the market and changed hands during 2012, with more sales successfully completed than in the previous year, a market development that Robert Ganly, head of residential and country at...

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