Three arable blocks in Beds, Bucks and Exeter have come to market, offering good wheat yields and diversification opportunities.
A second wave of mixed farms are for sale following the 1,600 acres to let released on to the market last week.
A Wiltshire farm with top-grade agricultural land capable of growing salads and vegetables is for sale.
Property investors are looking North according to HSBC, as the top three cities with the best rental returns are Manchester, Kingston upon Hull and Blackpool.
Manchester had only a small increase in average house prices (up from £104,244 in 2014 to £108,870) but has maintained strong rental demand.
A County Tyrone property firm is planning two developments in Belfast that will provide accommodation for almost 1,300 students.
McAleer and Rushe, based in Cookstown, is one of Northern Ireland's biggest property firms.
It intends to start construction this autumn with the developments being ready for the intake of students in summer 2017.
One of the schemes will also include a 206-bedroom 4-star hotel.
An outline planning application has been submitted to Wiltshire Council by Ashton Park Trowbridge and Persimmon Homes for a mixed-use urban extension including 2,500 homes in south-east Trowbridge.
The Ashton Park Urban Extension application, which also includes proposals for the Yarnbrook and West Ashton Relief Road, is supported by a master plan which was the subject of consultation with the local community in 2013/2014 while the Wiltshire core strategy was at an advanced stage of preparation.
Rental income is worth almost £4bn a month nationwide as the sector’s popularity for investment continues to increase, locking out first-time buyers
The extension to Mrs Thatcher's Right to Buy scheme - controversial at the time - promises to be one of the first big controversies of the new Conservative government.
Up to now it was only council tenants who had the right to buy the homes they had previously rented. But when the Housing Bill becomes law - as outlined in the Queen's speech - housing association tenants will acquire that same right.
As a scheme already rejected by the Scottish and Welsh governments, who wish to preserve publicly-owned housing stock, it is also emblematic of the different directions being taken by different parts of the United Kingdom.
A range of mixed farms are hitting the market this week, including one farm business tenancy (FBT).
Traditional estates with let farms typically made a total return of 10.2% in 2014.
Most of this was accounted for by an average growth in land values of 8.6%, with rental income bringing a 1.4% return, according to the latest analysis by IPD, which produces an annual report on rural property investment returns.
So posh it has four golf courses; it’s the yin to neighbour Blackpool’s yang
More than 2,000 acres of arable land is for sale in eastern England.
The cost of renting a home rose by 4.6% in the year to the end of April, the fastest rise since November 2010, property group LSL has said.
The average rent stands at £774 in England and Wales, according to data from Your Move and Reeds Rains.
It said that rental costs had risen by 0.8% in April compared with March.
All computers produce heat, but computer servers produce a lot of heat - so much that it usually costs a fortune to cool them down. So why isn't this heat used instead to keep homes or offices warm? Actually, "nerd power" is already being tried out.
Landlords are earning £5.6bn a year by renting out unsafe homes which fail to meet legal standards, a report says.
The Citizens Advice study says 740,000 households in England live in privately rented homes which present a severe threat to tenants' health from problems like damp and rat infestations.
Gillian Guy, chief executive of Citizens Advice, said: "Rogue landlords are putting profits before safety."
Property market experts said a stampede of deals to avoid the SNP's replacement for stamp duty helped drive up prices by more than 11 per cent.
Green energy supplier Ecotricity has launched a UK-wide scheme to expand the production of biomethane from farm-based anaerobic digestion (AD).
Price growth in the Scottish market is significantly outpacing London, while the average sale figure for a UK home has reached £273,000, official figures show
Specialist lender increased loans to landlords by almost two-thirds the six months to March
The Scottish government has said its Help to Buy scheme is almost fully subscribed - less than two months into this year's round of funding.
The £130m scheme aims to give people a foot up onto the housing ladder if they are struggling to raise a deposit.
Ministers said there had been been a "bumper level" of sales reservations.
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