Investing in Farmland – Better Then Gold!greenworldadmin | Wednesday, November 28th, 2012 | No Comments »
As the tsunami of QE continues to pour down upon us – pundits are now predicating that US Central Bank Chair Ben Bernanke will launch QE 4 in December, whilst printing in the UK continues unabated – the average citizen continues to actively seek solutions to hedge against inflation. For most, Gold is the asset generally associated with being a hedge against inflation. Gold, however, has a number of weaknesses, and as an alternative “hard asset” investing in farmland is well worth considering.
Why might investing in farmland be a good idea? Well, for starters, farmland acts like Gold by hedging against inflation. Investing in farmland, however, offers you something that Gold does not – real, genuine income! Yes, investing in farmland not only offers protection from inflation, it also pays you to own it!
Depending on where you invest in farmland, yearly dividend yields can run between 5%-15%, and substantial upside exists in capital gains on the underlying land as well. Please do review our farmland investments page on the GreenWorld website, and if you are interested to further discuss any of our farmland investing options, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org