Vermont farm land value continues to increase

The Providence Business News web site reports that farm real estate values in Vermont and other New England states continues to increase, according to the US Department of Agriculture.

“The highest farm real estate values remained in the Northeast region, where development pressure continued to push the average value to $5,080 per acre.” The study also states that prices averaged $3,900 per acre in New Hampshire, $2,850 in Vermont and $2,100 in Maine, the USDA found.

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1 Response to “Vermont farm land value continues to increase”

  1. 1 Spinney Aug 9th, 2008 at 7:20 pm

    This is good! With condo prices suffering, I’m happy to hear the farmers are seeing some appreciation.


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