Interviewer: And what do you reckon Paul?
Paul: Yeah, I think Simon has raised a few good points there. From my side of things given that there are siblings and there are multiple people involved in it, it’s part of an inheritance it gets a little bit messy unfortunately and I think when it comes down to the discussion we have regularly with clients about joint ventures, it’s very rare for me to look at a joint venture and look and figure out where it makes sense and it is just a bit of a hornet’s nest, unfortunately, given they’re in the position where they probably can walk away from this in a relatively seamless fashion.
The only real option I think is probably potentially looking down the pathway of if one of the siblings is interested in holding the property and buying the others out and then maybe be looking at renting out the actual property as a rent-vestment. If there is any kind of agricultural or potentially any livestock merit to it that’s probably the only real option that I would look at as opposed to exiting it on all three occasions.