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These searchable lists are a valuable nationwide reference-point for grazing land property sales results and recent property listings. The information is designed to help investors, buyers, vendors and those simply interested in watching the grazing property market keep up with developments.

Weekly property review: The new reality of ‘slow money’

If time is money, then it is little wonder that an increasing number of property agents are voicing their frustration at banks, saying their loan approval process for deals is moving at a glacial pace…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, August 5, 2020

Property: Feedlot asset demand subdued in drought recovery period

The value of water and mixed-farming land appears to be supporting the long-held value of $800-$1000 per Standard Cattle Unit amid subdued demand from buyers for feedlot assets…Read More

Liz Wells, August 5, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Higher rainfall grazing country in NSW snapped up | More than $10m for Malborough’s Develin | Thargomindah’s Autumnvale secured for expansion | Roma’s Plain Farm sells after 140 years | South west Queensland’s Yambutta relisted | NSW’s Digilah Station returns to the market | Armidale’s picturesque Oaklands makes $2.6m..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 29, 2020

Movement at the Station: Properties for sale

Water and cattle on North Queensland’s Burlington Station | Blue ribbon farming and grazing on Yeoval’s Netherwood Park | Development and capital investment in the Maranoa | Historic New England grazing country listed for $5m | Newly launched LAWD offers two breeding blocks in NSW’s south west | Feed and carbon income on Charleville’s Ouida..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 29, 2020

Weekly property review: Bigger is not always better in agency role

Over the past 12 months, a number of smaller alternatives have emerged in the rural property marketing space, with well-known professionals leaving the security of major agencies in favour of going out on their own. While many of these new businesses are still in their infancy, they are confident they have the ability to compete with the larger, more traditional marketing channels…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 22, 2020

Teys family to sell renowned Baratria aggregation in Western QLD

Prominent Australian meat processors, the Teys family, have decided to sell their large Western Queensland pastoral operation, Baratria, after almost 30 years of ownership…Read More

Jon Condon, July 22, 2020

Quality Wandoan brigalow country makes between $11-13 million

Quality Wandoan (Queensland) brigalow country breeding and fattening property Kilto is under contract, and is expected to settle in August. No price has been disclosed, but Beef Central understands the deal was for a figure between $11-$13 million, bare of stock…Read More

Jon Condon, July 21, 2020

How does land condition affect property values?

The intrinsic economic value of an asset is essentially its value based on its future earning capacity, which means that land condition has a big effect…Read More

Ian McLean, Bush Agribusiness, July 16, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales  

Twiggy Forest ventures into the WA’s Kimberley | Moura’s Prospect Park and Surat’s Spring Grove make district records | Family purchases Westmar’s Wallanba | Neighbours secure Mitchell’s Greenoaks..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 15, 2020

Movement at the Station: Properties for sale

Eastern interest for WA beef powerhouse being offered complete with beef brand | Central Qld’s Dooruna offers versatility | Forbes mixed farm features grazing and irrigation | New auction date for Central Qld’s Palari..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 15, 2020

Property: $13m secures new home for ‘Native Angus’ herd on prized northern NSW country

One of the best backgrounding, fattening, breeding and dryland cropping properties in the prized Inverell district of northern NSW has been purchased by Queensland cattle producers John and Susan Hendry, to expand their ‘Native Angus’ operations…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 15, 2020

Weekly property review: Have mid-year property trends followed the script?

Well before the arrival of COVID-19 and drought-breaking rain in March, property specialists made a series of predictions about the outlook for the 2020 grazing property market. How are things measuring up, mid-year? ..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, July 8, 2020

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