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Low interest rates are driving record enquiries for cash yielding real assets, says the rural syndicate property investor MyFarm Investments.
Five emerging stars of the horticulture industry have been singled out for investment by a new fund which aims to raise $100 million.
An investment fund launched by MyFarm is aimed at helping ‘serious’ investors tap into the burgeoning horticulture sector.
New Zealand's horticultural sector must compete on quality, taste and branding because it will never compete globally on volume and price, says MyFarm national sales manager Grant Payton.
An aggregate 10% cash return during 2018-19 is shown in the first full year financial results of MyFarm’s horticultural and commercial rural property syndicates.
The past six years has seen increased growth in the New Zealand viticultural sector, according to MyFarm Investments, but future long-term growth will depend on other varietals outside Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.
It is not always the fastest-growing or biggest returns which influence decisions on investment in various sectors, says MyFarm head of research Con Williams.
The strength of the kiwifruit industry was a key factor behind MyFarm’s second kiwifruit venture, a proposed $9 million orchard development in the Franklin district, just south of Auckland.
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