With population soaring and tourism numbers off the charts, it’s never been more important for Florida growers to make the most of their land.
According to the latest Lay of the Land Market Report, the waiting game for a solution to greening has tempered groves sales.
Sand, loam, and muck all offer something different when setting property prices.
Real estate values in the Sunshine State dictated by money looking for a home.
Recent multimillion-dollar deal involving Immokalee citrus grove is among several high-acreage, high-dollar transactions.
As many as seven different buyers could be part of this Chapter 11 proceeding.
Lay of the land confirms farm tracts are good investment.
Good ground and longevity are the best positions moving forward.
High prices and water shortages in other parts of the country have potential buyers looking to the Sunshine State.
Recent acquisition for the Microsoft icon involves more than 4,500 acres for nearly $28 million.
Midwest sees spike in production costs’ Northern Plains land values increased by 16.3%