Urban investors are becoming more interested in agricultural property in the suburbs and fringes of major cities and state capitals. In rising and growing areas, where future infrastructure projects, such as Economic Zones, Industrial Parks, or National Highways, are feasible, the returns are larger. If the land is located in an area where a government project will be executed, or if it is included in the region’s master plan, it will be favorable. There’s a considerable probability that such a piece of land will sell for more money in the future.

The three most important aspects of debugging and real estate are the same: Location, Location, and Location.

Richard E. Pattis

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