You are considering putting your Charlottesville horse farm on the market for sale. One of your first tasks will be to choose a Realtor to market your property. Many area Realtors will be very well qualified to explain the various features of the house to potential buyers. However most of them will know nothing about the equestrian amenities. When I am looking for horse properties to show to clients very few of the listings describe the features for the horses in very much detail. However it is precisely those details that will determine whether the serious rider will even want to look at your farm.
The listing for your farm should paint a detailed picture of why this is the perfect horse property. It may be cross fenced and have a ring with all weather footing for the showring rider. It may have a runin and access to miles of trails for the pleasure rider. It may be close the area hunt country for foxhunters. What kind of fencing does your farm have, how many stalls, wash rack, hay storage? What size is the ring, will it accomodate a course of jumps or is it dressage size. These are all facts that your agent needs to be comfortable with in order to market your farm. Afterall the horseman wants his horses to be comfortable and if the horses will be happy, then he will consider the house and try to make it work.
As a former professional in the horse business I understand all aspects of horsefarms. I foxhunted, horseshowed and trail rode. As someone who understands horsepeople and their particular wants and needs, I an especially suited to market your Charlottesville, Virginia horse farm.
Also since 84% of buyers now start their search for a home or farm on line, it is important to hire an agent who has a strong internet presence. I would be happy to discuss my internet marketing strategy with you to draw up a marketing plan for your particular property.
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real estate philippines says
I am looking for horse properties to show listings describe the features for the horses in very much detail,really liked this kind of place. Thank you so much for sharing.