2021 Farm value’s update

2021 mid-year farmland values update: Uncertainty doesn’t weaken demand

Despite a drought in Western Canada and bumps in the economic recovery, robust commodity prices in late 2020 combined with low interest rates continued to support strong demand for farmland and elevated land prices.

Across the country, farmland values increased by an average of 3.8% in the first half of 2021 (Table 1). During the first half of 2021, the largest increases were in Ontario (11.5%), British Columbia (8.8%), and Quebec (8.1%). The remaining provinces recorded increases of less than 5%. The overall 12-month pace of increase between July 2020 and the end of June 2021 shows a 6.1% gain in average farmland values at the national level.

About ben

Immigrated to Canada in 1980 and dairy farmed for 9 years, obtained real estate license in Alberta in 1989 and have been selling Farm Real Estate for 27 years. Specializing in Farm/land investment, farm relocation and farm families immigrating to Canada, organizing business and farm immigration seminars, sales of quota (milk, poultry), water rights, irrigated land, crop farms, farm corporations (shares) ranches, livestock (Cattle, hogs) and commercial farm investment.
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