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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: Solutions to marketing property in the COVID-19 era

The real estate industry is rapidly embracing online auctions, given Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s announcement last week that traditional public auction gatherings and ‘open houses’ will cease under COVID-19 control measures. The rural property market is no different, with a number of online auctions now scheduled for the months ahead…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, March 31, 2020

Options emerge for online property auctions

What options are out there for prospective rural property vendors looking at moving to online auction, in the wake of COVID-19 restrictions on gatherings of people? A recent investigation showed there are five or six platforms already in the market, each offering somewhat different services…Read More

Jon Condon, March 31, 2020

FIRB extends overseas buyer scrutiny, in the wake of COVID-19

The Federal Government last night announced deeper levels of scrutiny of foreign investments in Australia, in the wake of any economic impact brought on by COVID-19. It stressed, however, that the move was not a ‘foreign investment freeze.’..Read More

Beef Central, March 30, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

NT’s Murranji sells to an un-named QLD family for around $23m | Moseley Dene sells prior to auction | Northern NSW country withdrawn..Read More

Guest Author, March 25, 2020

Movement at the Station – Properties for sale

Fund manager SLM lists Blackall’s Listowel | Sought-after Arcadia Valley country hits the market | Mary Valley trophy property to sell again | $20m for SA’s Maylands aggregation | Hard to come by grazing in SA’s far north | Fattening and breeding in southern NSW..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, March 25, 2020

Weekly property review: Approaching buying or selling, in a volatile and uncertain world

In the face of coronavirus and a global protein shortage due to African Swine Flu, this week’s property review examines their possible impact of global financial stress on the rural property market, using north and north west Queensland as a case study…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, March 18, 2020

Weekly property review: Recently completed sales

Cloncurry’s McMillans reportedly buy Wollogorang | Western Victoria’s Mawallok achieves $25m | Meat processing identity sells Menindee portfolio for $25m | Mungalalla’s Mt Lonsdale sells prior to auction | Cotton destined for NT’s Kingfisher Station..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, March 11, 2020

Movement at the Station – Properties for sale

Barcaldine’s The Patrick re-offered | Tightly-held NSW northwest corner country | Longreach’s Russleigh listed for $7.1m | Tara’s Bellevue suits expansion..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, March 11, 2020

Property: New buyers emerge for RIFA’s remaining assets

Western Australian businessman John Nicoletti has emerged as a possible contender for one of Chinese-owned Rifa Salutary’s remaining grazing assets being offered for sale. Collectively, Rifa’s Cooplacurripa and Middlebrook are expected to raise around $75 million..Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, March 11, 2020

Westbeef feedlot to finalise failed Chinese-backed Harmony group’s asset sales

The last of the assets held by the failed Chinese-owned beef supply chain business Harmony Agriculture & Food Co has come to market. The Westbeef feedlot located in WA’s wheatbelt region will be sold under instructions from the receivers, with an expressions of interest campaign closing 16 April…Read More

Jon Condon, March 4, 2020

Weekly property review: Prices head north in the north

Over the last decade, the Northern Territory and Kimberley property markets have followed a trajectory of very strong value growth – and at this stage, there’s no end in sight. Prices have gradually improved since 2013, now exceeding the previous 2008-09 market peak, according to Darwin-based Herron Todd White valuer Frank Peacocke…Read More

Property editor Linda Rowley, March 4, 2020

Property: Qld buyer for Gulf’s Chinese-owned Wollogorang

An un-named Queensland buyer has signed contracts to purchase large-scale Gulf of Carpentaria district grazing properties Wollogorang and Wentworth, owned for the past four years by wealthy Chinese businessman Xingfa..Read More

Beef Central, February 27, 2020

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