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Western Australia 22 | www.landmarkharcourts.com.au Agriculture/Rural 100 Ha to 1,000 Ha Agriculture/Rural 1,000 Ha+ Region Sales vol. Median price Total value Sales vol. Median price Total value Bunbury 29 $990,000 $37,987,490 0 $0 Western Australia – Outback 72 $867,500 $116,173,275 40 $1,975,000 $100,018,434 Western Australia – Wheat Belt 316 $700,000 $350,456,278 43 $2,030,000 $84,553,289 WA: $4.3b Total value of property sold 38% Sales were rural/ agricultural 10,405 Houses and rural/agricultural property sales Data covers sales for the 12 months to March 2018. Steve Wright Landmark Harcourts Western Australia Steve has been with the company for 43 years, registering as a Real Estate Sales Consultant in 1984 and gaining his Triennial Certificate in 1996. Born in Western Australia, he has lived and worked throughout the Wheatbelt and Upper Great Southern Regions. He has specialised in rural broad acre properties since 1984, gaining a sound knowledge of the market and current trends within both the Central Wheat belt and the Upper Great Southern areas that has resulted in professional recognition, including a Platinum Achievement Award for outstanding results within the Western Australian team. Steve also recently achieved the silver, 2nd place 2017/18 rural sales award. 2017/2018 was another strong year for sales, selling in excess of $25m of prime rural property in the Wandering, Yealering, Pingelly, Narrogin, Kulin, Kondinin, Hyden, Dongolocking & Wickepin areas. “Recently many properties have sold without going to the open market”, Steve commented. “That’s why it’s so important to work with an agent with strong local relationships and buyer databases.” He reports that the market continues to strengthen, with more enquiry than listings. It’s very evident that there is a strong focus from all sectors on cropping land in the higher rainfall and more reliable areas. Improved sheep and wool prices, combined with a strengthening wheat price, all add to the positive future of agriculture in the region.” Herdigan Road, Wandering, 6308 $3,000,000 ‘Treloar’s’ Cropping and Rainfall • Property located 25km north east of Wandering on Herdigan Road • ‘Treloars’ is a quality parcel of 1st class medium – gravelly loams set among Red Gum, White Gum and Wandoo in a much sought after location • Estimated 1360 arable acres • Very well cleared and suitable for hay production • Four stand shearing shed with power, eight silos, fibre glass liquid fertilizer tank, two poly water tanks, workshop and an older home • Six dams • The property is currently leased, tenant is keen to remain if required and will be sold for a settlement in February 2019 Land area 852.53 Ha (2106 Ac) Property Type Rural land P (08) 9318 8260 | 0427 794 500 E Steve.wright@landmark.com.au Landmark Harcourts Western Australia  20 Federal St, Narrogin WA 6312


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