CKD Galbraith will be at the Highland Show (20 23 June) for the first time this year with experts on their stand from the firm's dedicated farm sales and acquisitions team, AMC agents, and representatives from across the numerous land and property business streams on hand to offer informal advice to visitors.
Since CKD Galbraith set up its National Farm Sales Centre in 2011, located at the Stirling Agricultural Centre, the rural team has greatly increased its dominance in the market through the provision of comprehensive property services to the agricultural and rural sectors, expanding on their commitment to all property matters in town and country.
Simon Brown, partner and head of Galbraith's farm agency division, said: "The demand for farmland continues to remain strong throughout Scotland and we are confident that the level of enquiries from potential purchasers will ensure that there is a strong demand for any farms which are offered for sale either on the open market or privately.
"On-going commitment and investment in the sector is imperative for future success and events such as the Royal Highland Show are fantastic at highlighting the passion and dedication that is thriving in the Scottish agricultural industry.
"We are delighted to be taking part in what is the UK's top agricultural show and look forward to engaging with the diverse visitors that the show attracts."
With 12 regional offices throughout Scotland, the firm manages and provides advice on farm, forestry, land and estate interests totalling well over a million acres.
The firm's professionals who will be in attendance can offer guidance on a number of issues including:
- Farm and estate sales and acquisitions
- Farm and estate management
- Whole farm reviews
- Agricultural loans and applications
- Planning and development issues
- Renewable opportunities
- Forestry assets
- Residential sales and lettings
- Sporting and holiday lets
CKD Galbraith will be located on Avenue 0, behind the Grandstand and are delighted to invite show visitors to pop in and join them for a drink at their joint reception with the Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Institution (RSABI) taking place on Thursday 20th June between 11am and 2pm.
To buy tickets for the Royal Highland Show, visit the official website.