Agricultural properties range from working farms to market gardens to greenhouses and other uses.

In general terms, there are 2 valuations involved: first any house plus useable improvements and second the agricultural lands.

An ongoing issue in rural areas near cities is the incidence of commercial and industrial activities being conducted in barns and areas away from the road; this makes economic sense as agricultural land is much cheaper than industrial land.

Many farmers are supplementing their income with solar arrays, which can add to value.

Contact me to learn more and have a confidential consultation.

See my FAQ or my articles on buying, selling and leasing agricultural/ rural properties.

Steven Holman, Your GTA Commercial Real Estate Expert

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