Farmers who are selling up can’t do anything to alter their geographical location, average land values or the political climate of agriculture. But they can pave the way to a smoother sale by avoiding common mistakes that put prospective buyers off. We ask eight agents what the common errors are. 1. Not formalising agreements Chris Templar, associate at Bletsoes in Stratford-upon-Avon, says that failing to formalise agreements with anyone who rents land can be a big own goal. Time and again, deals […]
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