Introduction to agriculture in Poland



Poland has since the fall of communism experienced a rapid development, enhanced by Poland's accession to the EU in 2004. The development has been carried by a natural organic growth generated from within, and this positive trend looks to continue. Polish banks have traditionally been very conservative, and business has not been hit as hard during the financial crisis as many other countries.

Prices of farmland have risen significantly since 2004 and during the financial crisis there has been no real decrease in prices of land. The aforementioned strong development in Poland in general and the natural efficiency improvements of Polish agriculture has maintained a positive development and interest in investment in Polish agriculture. Experts therefore consider that there will be significant appreciations in the value of land in Poland in the years ahead.

Poland is just a few hours' drive from Denmark, Germany and Holland, and if you set up in Poland no matter if it is your principal business or farm number two, it is no farther away than you can always keep a close contact.

We have made it our specialty to find just the right property, an investor is interested in. Usually we will have a preliminary meeting with investors and talk wishes and possibilities through. It is usually very large investments and if an investment abroad is not handled carefully and properly then it can becoming an expensive experience.

Jesper Kjaer ApS works in their best and sole interest for the investor and in case of a successful transaction a transaction a consultancy fee is due. Before further progress a consultancy agreement must be signed.

We do our utmost to ensure that an investment will be a success by taking advantage of the network we have built in Poland over the past 15 years.

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