Real farms promoted

A large selection of New Zealand farmland, businesses and property will be on display in North Yorkshire in October, as part of a national road show from real estate company, Bayleys Realty Global. Bayleys marketing manager Richard Graham said several economic indicators were now pointing toward a favourable New Zealand property investment scenario for UK residents, including record pay-outs for dairy farmers, and a recovering beef and lamb sector. “From a foreign exchange perspective, some eight years of a high-valued New Zealand dollar against the British pound is coming to an end, adding to the attractiveness of New Zealand farms as business opportunities,” Graham said.


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