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When looking at equestrian real estate, it is important to consider the following factors:

  • Land: The amount and quality of land is one of the most important factors to consider when buying equestrian real estate. You will need enough land to accommodate your horses, as well as any other buildings or facilities that you plan to have on the property. The land should also be suitable for horses, meaning that it should be well-drained and have good footing.
  • Facilities: The type and condition of the facilities on the property are also important to consider. Do you need a barn, stalls, wash racks, tack rooms, or any other facilities? Are the existing facilities in good condition?
  • Location: The location of the property is also important. Do you want to be close to other equestrian facilities, such as riding trails, showgrounds, or veterinary clinics? Do you want to be in a rural area or a more suburban or urban area?
  • Budget: Equestrian real estate can be expensive, so it is important to set a realistic budget before you start shopping. Keep in mind that you will also need to factor in the cost of maintaining the property and caring for your horses.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind when looking at equestrian real estate:

  • Zoning: Make sure that the property is zoned for equestrian use. Some areas have restrictions on the number of horses that you can have on a property or the type of facilities that you can build.
  • Water: Make sure that the property has access to water, either from a well or a municipal water supply. If you are planning to have a lot of horses, you will need to make sure that the water supply is adequate.
  • Fencing: The property should be fenced to keep your horses contained. Make sure that the fencing is in good condition and that it is appropriate for the type of horses that you will be keeping.
  • Neighbors: It is important to consider the type of neighbors that you will have. If you are planning to keep a lot of horses, you may want to avoid living in a densely populated area.

It is also a good idea to have an experienced equestrian inspector inspect the property before you buy it. The inspector can identify any potential problems with the property and can give you an estimate of the cost to repair any problems that are found.

Buying equestrian real estate can be a big investment, but it can also be a very rewarding experience. By carefully considering all of the factors involved, you can find the perfect property for you and your horses.


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