CBRE Agribusiness is dedicated to being the industry’s premier provider of valuation, advisory and transaction services for investors and owners of all types of commercial farming properties.


CBRE Agribusiness at a glance

We know it’s not always a commercial decision when it comes to Agribusiness, it can be incredibly personal. That’s why our Agribusiness team offers a uniquely local service bolstered by nationwide intel.

Our clients expect us to be on the ground, and that’s exactly where you’ll find us. Our professional team members all have first-hand rural business, rural finance and rural property marketing experience, and have devoted their careers to following the properties, investors and owners that invest in our agriculture industry.

As the industry’s premier provider of valuation, advisory and transaction services for investors and owners of all types of agribusiness properties, CBRE understands the unique challenges and opportunities that arise when making financial decisions related to agribusiness properties.

Our strength in the agribusiness industry is underpinned by our ongoing relationship with Australia’s leading agribusinesses, government groups and industry bodies. It’s our people that allow us to achieve consistent success, connecting the right individuals, capital and opportunities.

The Agribusiness team works closely with CBRE’s research experts to draw on national and international data to help investors and owners realise quantifiable results from the assets they entrust to us.


Valuation Experts

From family-owned farms to global agricultural operations to lending institutions, we work with a wide range of clients. Our network of experienced Agribusiness Valuation & Advisory professionals have been providing strategic agricultural property advice for over 20 years.

Transactions Experts

The CBRE Agribusiness Transactions team provides ‘best in market’ practices across Australia. We've built a reputation for our services around the world, so we know what it takes to succeed in this sector of the real estate industry.

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