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Rural Valuations

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Rural property valuations in Sydney are complex tasks which require the assistance of a qualified and licensed property professional.

Rural land is considered to be a large parcel of land utilised for either cropping, grazing or lifestyle and is generally situated in outlying areas.

The valuation of rural land will normally take into consideration:

  • The general standard and suitability of improvements for the rural operation
  • Quality and type of soils
  • The topography of the land
  • Rainfall
  • Fertiliser history
  • Stocking rates 
  • Numerous other factors which may influence the quality of the rural operation and hence, the valuation of the farm.


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As a result of urban sprawl, rural land can often have an alternate highest and best use potential for residential or industrial subdivision. This is then considered to be englobo land and is treated differently to standard rural properties. If you are unsure whether or not your property has an alternate use, give us a call to discuss.

Drawing on an extensive database of rural land values in NSW, combined with up-to-the minute research into commodity prices and property market trends, our rural team can provide sound advice on a variety of rural business and property portfolios.

  • Cattle
  • Sheep
  • Grain
  • Sugar cane
  • Cotton
  • Horticulture
  • Viticulture
  • Aquaculture
  • Irrigated farming
  • Water entitlements
  • Feedlots
  • Piggeries
  • Poultry
  • Trees fruits and nuts
  • Compensation and litigation
  • Family succession and property transfer


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Valuations of rural properties in New South Wales may be required for a number of reasons and we would welcome the opportunity to discuss your requirements in more details.

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