Valuation & Advisory Services

Agribusiness & Rural Property Valuation

From family-owned farms to global agricultural operations to lending institutions, we work with a wide range of clients to provide Agribusiness Valuations & Advisory services.

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What can CBRE Agribusiness Valuations offer you?

Connect with our team

There’s no business quite like Agribusiness. Our team of dedicated Agribusiness experts across Australia and New Zealand know why that is. With a complete view of the market, combined with their diverse rural backgrounds and practical experience, they bring deep insights to our clients across agricultural sectors and commodities.

And with a focus on engagement, dialogue and collaboration, the team combines knowledge from our internal and external market databases, as well as our extensive contacts and resources to deliver independent, objective and highly reliable valuations.

Specialist Expertise

Experts who cover all aspects of Agribusiness.

Our team represents all sectors including cropping, grazing, dairy, horticulture, irrigation, poultry assets, and more, bringing particular expertise in the valuation of high value agricultural assets.

National Coverage

On the ground where you need us.

Our team members are based throughout the country and have been providing strategic agricultural property advice for over 20 years across all States and Territories, as well as New Zealand. 

International Reach

Access to rural and agricultural trends from across the globe.

Our clients can leverage CBRE's unique resources, data insights and specialists across 466 international offices to make better informed real estate decisions.

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What our clients are saying

Warakirri Asset Management Ltd and its associated Agricultural Platforms has engaged various members of the CBRE valuation team over the last 6 years to complete pre-acquisition valuation and valuation reports for our broadacre cropping, dairy and horticulture assets. We have always found the members of the team to have a deep understanding of the assets they were valuing along with the broader local market. We have found them to be professional, practical, and commercial in addressing any issues arising and timely in completing the reports. I would strongly recommend the services of the CBRE Agribusiness Valuation & Advisory team to any prospective client seeking agricultural valuations.
Luke CareyGeneral Manager, Agriculture Investments - Warakirri Asset Management Ltd

Recent Insights

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    Agriculture Real Estate

    April 3, 2023

    Agriculture contributed a record $85bn in gross value produced in 2022, benefiting from improved pricing and volumes following recent droughts. There has been increased interest in the sector as clients look for portfolio diversification, inflation linked returns and participate in the food security theme. Our report into the sector highlights a few interesting snippets for new investors. Did you know: +10%. Australia accounts for over 10% of global trade in Barley, Beef, Canola, Lamb, Sugar cane, Wheat and Wool. A very important contributor to global food security. $4.4tn Asia opportunity. Asia is likely to consume an incremental $4.4tn in food during the coming decade. $2tn of this will be due to improved consumer choices 197 gms per day. The average Australian diet has swung towards more healthy choices, with Vegetables (197gms per day), milk substitutes and leaner meats gaining share. 13% annual returns. ANREV estimates Australian farmland has provided a 13% annualised return 2015-2022. $102bn debt. Rural sector debt is $102bn, providing opportunities for credit investors. 14% foreign. 14% of agriculture land is owned by foreign based investors, with Canada, China and United States based firms particularly active over the past decade. Weather and climate change. Government modelling suggests average farmland profits have fallen by 23% due to changes in seasonal conditions. Western cropping market is most at risk Carbon opportunity. Farmers can earn Australian Carbon Credit Units for carbon storage. The most recent auction yielded $17.35 per tonne.

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About Agribusiness

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.