Guide to Leasing

Leasing rural property is becoming a popular phenomenon in rural Australia

Leasing land is very common globally and is growing in popularity in Australia. Agriculture can be difficult sector to expand due to the capital requirements for land acquisition and in some cases the cost of land is a ‘barrier to entry’. Professional farmers are increasingly adopting a ‘leasing’ farming model which allows them to expand their production capacity, enjoying greater efficiencies in production and create economies of scale without the burden of further debt.

The Inglis Rural Property team has extensive experience in leasing rural assets and can provide experience based advice of lease structuring, tenant identification, and rural land for lease.