Case Study Prompt
A Canadian company that owns a large real estate portfolio has asked you what they should do about their portfolio of farmland.
The farmland, which is located in remote rural locations in Alberta, is worth about C$200 million and was acquired from the Canadian government a few decades ago as an exchange for services provided.
The farmland is not a strategic asset and the client is not sure why it has held it for so long or why it should own it at all. In fact, it has chosen, for no particular strategic reason, to sell C$10 million of farmland each year.
The goal is to maximize profitability of this asset.
What should they do to maximize the potential return from this land?
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