In a space traditionally occupied by pastoral houses and specialist property marketers, a new trend is emerging for investment advisors, accountants and legal firms to move into marketing of rural properties.
Chapman Eastway’s Rural Business Advisory team has seen this trend emerging over the past few years. Gab Passmore says he has seen increasing number of advisors, lawyers and accountants selling, or attempting to sell, more complex agricultural property assets. this trend was particularly evidence in the cattle property segment of the market.
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By Property editor Linda Rowley,