Statistics from LRF Konsult, the biggest agriculture and forestland agent in Sweden, show that prices on forestland has gone up in all of Sweden first half 2017. Demand is high and overall there has been an increase of 6% in the first half of 2017 and average prices of 419 SEK/m3 are now higher than the previous record in 2010 and is now an all-time 22 year high. In Northern Sweden prices on Forestland has been falling since 2011, but that turned around after new year with an 11% increase now.
Read the full story here in Swedish on LRF Konsults homepage.
With record prices in Sweden maybe it is time to look towards the Baltics, where you still can make good deals on forestland.