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Beyond Prices per Acre: Investors Looking West, South for Values

CHAMPAIGN, IL -- (Marketwire) -- 02/04/13 -- After several years of dramatic increases in the price of Midwestern farmland, investors are looking more to the Southeast and other areas for overlooked opportunities and values.

"The interest in rising farmland values has focused primarily on the Midwest and the Plains, but I'm seeing signs that is beginning to change," said Murray Wise in a blog post at www.murraywiseassociates.com.

"We recently sold a vineyard in Madera County, Calif., at a price many thought unthinkable until recently. And we're seeing a surge in farmland transactions in Georgia, Florida and other southeastern states, where prices have remained stagnant and, in some cases, even declined. Perceptive investors looking for good land and solid values are giving the South a good look," said Wise, chief executive officer at Murray Wise Associates.

Wise noted that Murray Wise Associates is currently bringing properties to market in Florida, Virginia and Georgia.

And while most farmland sold at auction lately has been going to operating farmers, large investors are still looking for values, purchasing land in private treaties and looking at such alternatives as vineyards and orchards, he said.

The trends reflect a renewed focus on fundamentals, he said. "Instead of asking where farmland prices are headed, more investors have returned to the things that really matter, like value, long-term demand, costs, rents, land quality and other factors that go into successful farmland investing. We need to focus on what rate of return a farm can provide," Wise said.

About Murray Wise Associates LLC
Murray Wise Associates LLC, headquartered in Champaign, Ill., with additional offices in Florida and Iowa, is a leading national agricultural real estate marketing and auction company. The company also manages farmland assets for individual clients in Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

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