For investors seeking stable returns from agricultural farmland, Saskatchewan-focused fund may be the ideal play.
As an alternative investment, farmland has historically offered the potential for diversification and inflation protection within institutional portfolios and family offices. As investors look to fortify their portfolios against economic and market headwinds, the Avenue Living Agricultural Land (ALAL) Trust is turning heads. Launched in 2016, the first closed-end fund of the ALAL Trust has grown by 12.6% on an annualized basis. The portfolio holds 83,000 acres of productive farmland in Saskatchewan valued at $175 million. With that fund now closed, Avenue Living is set to launch a new open-end investment vehicle to provide investors with indirect exposure to farmland.
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