Showing posts tagged with “Valuations & Appraisals”

Farmland Value Trend Newsletter - 2017

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Management Consulting, Valuations & Appraisals

March 29, 2018

The latest Farmland Value Trend Newsletter has now been released, summarizing the agricultural real estate trend in Alberta and Saskatchewan for 2017. In an effort to provide an analysis that reflects variances across the province, we have again included regional analyses. For complete details, please download the 2017 Farmland Value Trend Newsletter or…

Saskatchewan Farmland Value Trend - Southeast Region 2017

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March 20, 2018

Market research in the southeast region of Saskatchewan indicates that cropland has appreciated in value approximately 8% on average in 2017. The analysis includes sales research in areas including, but not limited to, Regina, Weyburn, Estevan, Indian Head, and Moosomin. To find out more about agricultural property value trends throughout southeast…

Alberta Farmland Value Trend - Leduc County

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Valuations & Appraisals

March 15, 2018

Farmland near Calmar, Alberta, which is located west of Leduc, has experienced strong demand over the last few years. The area is located in Leduc County which is immediately south and southwest of Edmonton. Our appraisal analysis in this area indicates that high quality cropland has increased approximately 9% in 2017.  To find out more about the…

Manitoba Farmland Value Trend - RMs of Harrison Park and Hamiota

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March 7, 2018

The appraisal team at Serecon have investigated rural property transactions in the Rural Municipalities of Harrison Park and Hamiota which are located northwest of Brandon, Manitoba, south of Riding Mountain National Park, and nearby Minnedosa. The real estate market in this area indicates that cropland values have risen approximately 10% in 2017.…

Saskatchewan Farmland Value Trend - Northeast Region 2017

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February 28, 2018

Market research in the northeast region of Saskatchewan indicates that cropland has appreciated in value approximately 9% on average in 2017. The analysis includes sales research in areas including, but not limited to, Humboldt, Melfort, Prince Albert, Nipawin, and Tisdale. Lease rates in these areas were primarily in the range of $50 - $60 per acre…

Serecon Scholarship 2018

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February 20, 2018

Congratulations to Emmalyn Elgersma who was awarded the Serecon Leadership Scholarship. Emmalyn has demonstrated superior academic achievements at the University of Alberta. Serecon is happy to assist her and other students in pursuing their goals. The Serecon Leadership Scholarship, which has been offered since 2001, is awarded annually to a student…

Alberta Farmland Values Trend - MD of Willow Creek

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Valuations & Appraisals

February 5, 2018

Agricultural appraisal analysis in the MD of Willow Creek, which is about 90 km south of Calgary, indicates that open farmland in the the municipality has increased in value approximately 8% over the last year. This area includes the general areas around Claresholm, Fort MacLeod, and Nanton. To find out more about the real estate market in this area…

Saskatchewan Farmland Value Trend - Northwest Region 2017

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Valuations & Appraisals

January 25, 2018

Market research in the northwest region of Saskatchewan indicates that cropland has appreciated in value approximately 4% on average in 2017. The analysis includes sales research in areas including, but not limited to, North Battleford, Meadow Lake, and Prince Albert. Lease rates in these areas were primarily in the range of $45- $55 per acre with…

Alberta Farmland Value Trend - Beaver County

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January 8, 2018

Market analysis in Beaver County, approximately 65 km southeast of Edmonton, and generally in between Camrose, Viking, Vegreville, and Tofield, has determined that cultivated land has seen a modest increase in value in 2017 of approximately 4% for typical lands in the area.  Farm appraisal analyses of the real estate market indicates a healthy…

Alberta Farmland Value Trend - Lacombe County

Tags: Farm Asset Management, Valuations & Appraisals

December 6, 2017

A review of farmland sales in the northwestern portion of Lacombe County indicates that cultivated farmland in this area has increased in value by approximately 5% in 2017. Although there are varying land characteristics in this area, the market indicates that there is good demand for quality farmland in Lacombe County. Email or phone Bruce Simpson…