Ray White Rural is part of the greater Ray White Real Estate Group and was established more than 20 years ago to service the specific needs and requirements of Australia’s rural farming communities.
‘Rural Land’ means land that is used or apparently intended to be used for gain or profit from grazing of livestock, dairying, poultry farming, viticulture, orcharding, beekeeping, horticulture, the growing of crops of any kind, and vegetable growing.
Although a ‘Country Lifestyle’ property may not have stock on it, the fact that it is apparently intended for such use would make it rural property under the law.
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Selling your country property is one of the biggest financial decisions an individual or family has to make. We are here to ensure the most stress-free and successful outcome for vendors.
Important issues to consider when buying rural land are:
According to Wikipedia an ‘Agribusiness’ is defined as the business of agricultural production. It includes agrichemicals, breeding, crop production (farming and contract farming), distribution, farm machinery, processing, and seed supply, as well as marketing and retail sales. All agents of the food and fiber value chain and those institutions that influence it are part of the agribusiness system.
According to the National Farmers Federation 2012 ‘Farm Facts’ Report, Australia consisted of 134,148 farms of which 120,112 farms were solely dedicated to agricultural production and therefore deemed as ‘Agribusinesses’. These farms range from large broad acre operations through to smaller market garden style farms and everything in between including aquaculture.
Ray White Rural understands ‘Agribusiness’ and is adept at marketing, negotiating and selling ‘Agribusinesses’on the national and international stage.
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