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Where do I find out about historic land prices?

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  • Where do I find out about historic land prices?

    I'm interested in buying some land (for horses not house development), but I don't know whether the price that is being asked is a good price or not, or what land prices have done recently. I'd like to do a little research so I have a better idea of what to expect, but I can't find out where to get the prices.

    If it was a house I would look at zoopla, but they don't seem to have field values..... Can anyone help me?

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    Re: Where do I find out about historic land prices?

    Agricultural land with no planning goes for around £3000 - £9000 an acre.
    Any more than this and you are paying too much.

    You may be better off renting a field from a farmer for keeping horses.
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