If you have a small Virginia horse farm and have been considering the idea of selling, but have been waiting to put it on the market it may be a good time. I have gotten three requests this week from new buyer clients who are looking for a Charlottesville horse farm or hunt box. By small we are talking about the 5-15 acre range. Of course, like most of the buyers in todays market, price is an important consideration. This is not the time to put on an over priced listing. However, there is a market for competitively priced small Central Virginia horse properties.
A few tips:
- If your small horse farm has accesss to trail please let us know. A buyer may purchase a smaller property if there are neighboring places to ride.
- Make sure that your agent describes all of the equestrian features in the agent notes. This info may determine if a buyer will choose to view your farm over others that are on the market.
- State on the listing how much of the property is open and in pasture.
- If the land is all woods it is not a horse property.
And the most important tip is to hire a REALTOR who is experienced with horses and horse farms to help you with the sale of your Virginia horse farm. Be sure to choose a horse property expert for the job.
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