Market for farmland and new homes remains positive
The most consistent trends this year have been the high prices attained for farmland
By Philip Byrne
This year began, property wise, the same as every other. A general build-up across the board leading into what was shaping up to be a busy spring.
The two issues of Brexit and Covid-19 were on the horizon, but had not factored at that stage. Residential sales and development lands were coming on and selling well.
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