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In Manitoba, a free search shows what land traded for a few years ago, at present time the period is from 2012-4-2 to 2016-4-1. Eventually that will update. Possibly more recent info is available for a fee, I don't know.
If you contact the assesment branch they can set you up with an account. Can see the land sales from 1984- current. Well it is about a month behind. For a fee you can get a more detailed report on a property. Also with an account you can look up your own land and access the assesment reports for free. You can quite quickly determine what coffeeshop talk is BS.

The land sales portion is free with account. Just pay for the reports if needed

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Jazz. There is no standard when it comes to farm financing. Up to 10 million revolving lines of credit secured by land at low interest rates is not uncommon with bigger farms.


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Jazz. There is no standard when it comes to farm financing. Up to 10 million revolving lines of credit secured by land at low interest rates is not uncommon with bigger farms.
What do you call low interst, i find interest on borrowing for land outrages compared to housing markelt. Just my 2 cents in europe you can borrow for land around 1.8% if you go into the millions out here not even close banks are gauging here like crazy
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If you contact the assesment branch they can set you up with an account. Can see the land sales from 1984- current. Well it is about a month behind. For a fee you can get a more detailed report on a property. Also with an account you can look up your own land and access the assesment reports for free. You can quite quickly determine what coffeeshop talk is BS.

The land sales portion is free with account. Just pay for the reports if needed
Is the assessment branch a local office? How do I find their number? Is that an online accessible account?
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If you contact the assesment branch they can set you up with an account. Can see the land sales from 1984- current. Well it is about a month behind. For a fee you can get a more detailed report on a property. Also with an account you can look up your own land and access the assesment reports for free. You can quite quickly determine what coffeeshop talk is BS.

The land sales portion is free with account. Just pay for the reports if needed
Is the assessment branch a local office? How do I find their number? Is that an online accessible account?
Here is a picture of the info sheet, can email them for an application form. I picked this up at the local MB assessment office.
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Land prices still rising, according to the latest FCC Report released this morning.

https://www.fcc-fac.ca/en/ag-knowled...es-report.html
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Land prices still rising, according to the latest FCC Report released this morning.

https://www.fcc-fac.ca/en/ag-knowled...es-report.html
More like our currency continues a steady decline......while grain prices remain flat to lower. But, this will give the municipal gov't all they need to further increase property taxes.
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