Interfarms Invest currently invests in Danish companies. Denmark is a suitable country for investing in agricultural real estate on several fronts: due to the huge fall in land prices after the outbreak of the financial crisis and low interest rates, there’s a low price stability since 2011, and land prices have in large parts of the country have been reduced by up to 50%. Because many Danish companies have "underwater" mortgages, there are not enough suitable buyers, but there is a lot of demand for lease companies. Interfarms expects that the market situation will remain at this level for a while and that land prices will not decrease any further. As soon as e.g. milk and pork prices start to recover, land prices will gradually start increase again.