Agricultural Real Estate

Agricultural Real Estate

Any piece of real estate designated for or permitted to undertake agricultural activity. For example, one may run a farm or raise certain kinds of animals only on agricultural real estate. Local zoning laws determine what properties in an area qualify as agricultural real estate.
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Murray Wise Associates LLC, headquartered in Champaign, Illinois, is a leading national agricultural real estate marketing and financial advisory firm, with additional offices in Naples, Florida and Clarion, Iowa.
1) The contract is to conclude framework contracts for the provision of agricultural real estate valuations and designated in spatial planning for purposes other than agricultural, such as: plots, real estate, buildings and structures, premises, machinery and equipment located in the province.
Monmouth-based Olsen Agricultural Enterprises has sold its Willamette Valley farmland and related assets to Farmland LP, an agricultural real estate investment firm.
Hertz of Monticello, Illinois has been included in the Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of agricultural real estate.
The value of agricultural real estate in the nation--as measured by the value of all land and buildings on farms--increased 10.
Up to 85 percent of property transactions in Afghanistan are informal and 70 percent of urban real estate is unregistered, impeding long-term investments in residential, commercial, industrial and agricultural real estate.
There are more and more national and international pressures at work, such as global grain supply, weather, and demand for agricultural real estate that impact daily decisions for today's manager.
This arm specializes in the development of commercial, industrial, and agricultural real estate projects as well as the management of an investment fund with an emphasis on financial institutions," he added.
The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) told an insurance task force that it opposes a proposed increase in the risk-based capital (RBC) factor for life insurance company holdings of commercial and agricultural real estate loans.
The programme allows banks to improve their capital position by shifting the credit risk on pools of agricultural real estate loans from the bank to Farmer Mac.
Before that, he served as senior vice president and manager in various capacities within Wells Fargo Bank and with Norwest Agricultural Credit, where he was responsible for managing credit-related issues, agricultural real estate financing and business development.
The genesis of the crisis was a collapse in farm earnings and agricultural real estate prices in the 1980s.

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