by American Stalls July 01, 2020
Getting ready to purchase an equestrian property is an exciting time.
In anticipation, it is crucial to understand every bit of the equestrian property before you invest your hard earned dollars – whether you are a serious competitor, back yard owner, or want to run your own equestrian business.
To provide expert insight, we are joined by Shannon Gilmore from Washington Fine Properties. "With over 16 years in real estate she takes an individualized approach to each transaction, tailored to her clients’ unique needs and specifications." Shannon provides her clients a deep seated knowledge of equestrian properties as she owns her horses and is also a VADA Member Virginia Dressage Association.
Whether you are in the market for your first property or closing on your sixth property, here are 3 major areas to consider before writing an offer or starting the search:
SIZE AND LOCATION
BARN & STABLES
Owning a horse property can be a wonderful experience. Everyone’s needs are different so consider what you want, what you can live with, and maybe what you will add later. I currently live with my 3 horses Bella, Nikki, and Blue in Philomont Virginia where I sell residential property and yes, horse farms.