Bayleys Country celebrates success at annual conference
Lower volumes of farm sales were the norm during the early winter period of June, but horticulture sales are now shining.
MyFarm’s $17m hop offer takes aim at growing craft beer scene
MyFarm has launched a $17.64 million investment into what will become New Zealand’s largest hop garden.
M bovis effect on farm sales a hidden struggle
There's rising concern about the impact M bovis is having on rural real estate.
How will the OIO impact Ag-sector investment?
Agri-busines expert Hayden Dillon explains why we aren't seeing large farm sales in Southland or Canterbury.
Buyers looking at nutrient limits before buying Canterbury property
As buyers become more concerned with fertiliser history, potential vendors need to be on the front foot.
Foreign buyer ban won’t significantly impact rural sector
There has been a lot of uncertainty about any unintended consequences these changes may have – including effects on the rural sector.
Could a Bayleys shear-off be on the cards?
The seed was planted at Fieldays and would involve our own Hamish McKay.
Best ways to invest in off-farm property
When returns are good, farmers should be looking to invest off-farm rather than doubling-down.
Don’t put up irrigators and expect you can convert to dairy
Farmers need to be working closer with their district councils to ensure they "do the right thing".
Leasing vineyards 'a better succession plan'
Harvesting is well underway and positivity in the viticulture sector is at record highs as demand for our wine grows.
Real estate advice and prices for Manawatu properties
The great deals on offer with the team from Bayleys at Central Districts Field Days.
Wanaka property market not slowing down
Sarah catches up with her old boss Matt Andrews in the Bayleys Wanaka tent at the Wanaka A & P Show.
Pairing Queen St money to young farmers who want to get ahead
New Zealand’s primary sector is a hot investment. So how do you get a slice of ownership in the game?
Property auctions at the Southern Field Days
Co-host Sarah Perriam caught up with the Bayleys team to discuss the properties that were auctioned off at the Southern Field Days.
Farms vs subdivisions: The urban sprawl in rural areas
Bayleys agent Mike Fraser-Jones discusses the market for both rural & lifestyle properties.
Rural Real Estate
Bayleys' Snow Williams joins Rural Exchange to discuss the demand for kiwifruit operations in Bay of Plenty.
Rural Real Estate: Farm Sales Down, Kiwifruit Orchards exceed $1m/p.ha
Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of NZ (REINZ) shows there were 92 fewer farm sales (-26.1%) for the three months ended October 2017.
Rural Real Estate: What's happening in Canterbury rural property sales
Like a needle in a haystack, finding a buyer to pay the best price for your rural property can be tricky.
Get that nutrient history before buying a farm!
When buying a farm these days there is so many things to run past the lawyer, bank manager & farm advisor for due diligence with new regulations
Dairy Farms selling well, Horticulture in demand
There’s been a 43% increase in finishing farms & 31% increase in dairy farms selling in the last 12 months.
A property market built on discretionary spend
Auckland is not the only hot property market. Lake Wanaka in Central Otago has a median house price now of just over a $1million.
Spring Market across central North Island
We see whats happening real estate wise around the country with the team from Bayleys
Rural Real Estate
Hayden McCallum’s no nonsense and hardworking approach to real estate means he is held in high regard.
The most beautiful place to sell real estate in NZ
Over $200 million in real estate, including much of the beautiful Marlborough Sounds
Hawkes Bay farm, orchard & vineyard values affected by policy
Tony Rasmussen has been in the game a while to know what affects farm, vineyard & orchard values across the East Coast of the North Island.
Environmental regulations having impact on the value of your farm
The ‘Horizon Plan’ in the Waikato has recently been found to not be regulating farmers as strictly as intended.
Hope for young farmers to own their own farm
Equity partnerships, lease-to-buys and share farming arrangements can all help get the next generation onto the land.