In recent years, forest assets have become popular among property investors. Investors who want to evaluate different investment opportunities invest in forest assets.

Experts did an explanations ın SMART Investment and International Property Expo in Hong Kong. According to experts says more profitable investment than forest assets brick and mortar. “Green investments are on the rise both in popularity and the returns they offer. Forestry assets have outperformed almost everything else over the last 100 years,” said Gerard McGuirk, sales director at Asia Plantation Hong Kong, one of the exhibitors.

“In the last seven years we have been here in Hong Kong, we have seen great interest – especially in the last three years – as people become more aware of global warming and the future of the planet.”

Investors who invested in Agarwood saw an ROI of over 8 percent.

He said profitability and sustainability were the main reasons property investors were opting to put money into plantations in Sarawak, a Malaysian state in Borneo, home to one of the last remaining rain forests.

Asia Plantation encourages to invest 100 saplings in Sarawak over a 15-year period. According to Asia Plantation’s quarterly market report, the average price of oud oil was US$416 per tola as of the third quarter of 2018, lower than the US$461 average price in the same period in 2017.


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