Productive and Developed Farm in Goias with 2183 ha
Productive Farm Goias: 2183 ha, completely developed, suitable for crops and pasture farming, high clay percentage, mostly flat
For sale is a developed farm in the municipality of Planaltina, in the Brazilian state of Goias.
Native Area (Legal Reserve – Reserva Legal)
Current Area – Irrigated Planting:
01 pivot of 68 ha
01 Pivot of 68 ha
01 Pivot of 68 ha
01 Pivot of 38 ha
Total Area Ready for Pivots:
06 Pivots 68 ha
01 Pivot 62 ha
01 Pivot 58 ha
01 Pivot 43 ha
04 Pivots 38 ha
Area of Pastures:
Area for Dry Planting:
Type of Pastures:
Brachiaria MG 5
flat and partially ondulated
An average of 1.285 m
Red and yellow earth, clay percentage above 32%
08 springs, 01 artesian well, 06 slopes, 01 dam and 01 stream
Average temperature of 22°C
Improvements and Developments:
Main house, 02 houses for employees, corral with 04 compartments and covered shed, 02 sheds, 01 for machinery and implements and another for tools, 05 pivots in operation, 08 to be installed, dozens of pastures, 01 dam, smooth wire fences etc.
Planaltina – GO
1 h. from Brasilia
Availability of Public Deed, GEO and CAR
No encumbrances or debts whatsoever.
Agricultural farm with magnificent altitude, existing project for 13 pivots, of which 05 are already in operation, unparalleled logistics, close to everything in a highly developed region with numerous investments into infrastructure.
We ccompany clients during the sales process and provide encompassing consulting services.
- This real estate is only for sale, not for rental or similar.
- It is highly advised that interested buyers conduct a visit of the property with a subsequent diligence in order to make an informed decision on whether to proceed with the purchase. It is however expected that the prospective client has the necessary financial means to purchase. It is important to note that Brazilian banks or in general financial institutions do not give, under any circumstances, loans or mortgages to foreigners. Also, it is very rare that European or American banks concede loans or mortgages for purchasing real estate in Brazil. It is thus indispensable to have the proper capital in order to effectuate a purchase.
- The buyer/investor does not pay any kind of commission to the realtor in Brazil – the commission is strictly the responsability of the seller. However, the buyer is responsible for paying the notary costs as well as the ITBI (Imposto de Transmissão de Bens Imóveis – the property transfer tax) which ranges, depending on the state, between 2 – 3 %.
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