How to Buy a Florida Horse Farm
When purchasing a horse farm, spend time doing the necessary research to be sure you don’t encounter unseen problems later. Get the help of a SVN | Saunders Real Estate sales associate who understands horse farming and the local neighborhood. Your SVN Saunders Real Estate sales associate will have a list of all Florida horse farms for sale and can best advise you about the local horse communities. Our sales associates are experienced with horse farming and can help you find the right property for your particular needs.
Start with a short list of properties that you like. Be sure to check out our Florida horse farms for sale. Your agent can help you develop this list. Once you have looked them over, research the horse farms that you find attractive. Doing some preliminary research before you submit an offer can help you uncover the true condition of the property and make a better estimate of its value.
Issues to Consider When Researching Horse Farms for Sale in Florida
Consider your planned use and make sure that the local soil, climate, acreage and location will be suitable for each property on your short list. Make sure that you have available water and know what the water rights are on the intended property.
Confirm the advertised acreage and boundaries. Occasionally, the advertised acreage on horse farms for sale in Florida may not match survey acreage. Make sure that the fences mark the boundaries of the property and that there are no disputes with the neighbors over boundaries.
If the property does not have access to a publicly maintained street or road, investigate to be sure the property has a legal right to the access road. A road that runs across the property of a neighbor can be closed suddenly and you might find yourself with no legal access to your land. Don’t rely on the generosity of neighbors. Be sure to thoroughly research these issues before purchase, and avoid them altogether by calling SVN Saunders Ralston Dantzler today.