Farmlands are fantastic as investments go. Based on sheer numbers, they outperform their urban cousins- plots in cities! This is not just the actual value of the land itself, but the intrinsic value of the produce, Discover new things, learn life skills and enjoy being close to nature
Farmlands don’t depreciate. In fact, the appreciation has increased threefold in the past 10 years.CAGR is 26.2% year on year since the Year 2000. The returns are higher than stocks and gold!
While a 30×50 feet plot in Bangalore/Mysore costs one crore rupees, you can own a quarter-acre plot (10k sq. ft) for a fraction of that cost!
A study by the Ministry of Environment and Forests, India, concluded that a 50-year-old tree is worth about 50,000 rupees ($900) if cut for its timber. However, if left standing, it provides ecological benefits worth 23 lakh rupees.