Tierra Linda Ranch appeals to a certain type of home buyer. Many of these buyers are attracted to this community for its equestrian properties, horse barns or access to the airports. Many homes nearby the airport actually have their own hangars that house private smaller planes such as Cessnas. If you’re looking to sell your property you have to focus on the highlights in the features that make your property stand out among the rest.
If you have a horse property or any type of equestrian property you want to focus your efforts in that direction. This type of buyer will be looking at horse property that is well-maintained, outbuildings, barns and stables that are in good working order and pasture areas with properly maintain fences and gates.
It also depends on what time of year you’re planning on selling. Selling during the winter months is actually very possible, even if your home is covered in snow. Many people choose to take their horse properties and farms off of the market during this time but you might be surprised how many buyers are willing to view, tour and purchase homes in the winter. Think about the strategy, the type of buyer you’re looking to appeal to and if you need to sell.
Be prepared to present to potential buyers anything that they might ask such as regulations and restrictions, financing and structural inspections. A horse property can have several different buildings that need to be checked for structural integrity. You want to make it is easy as possible for potential buyers by pointing out things ahead of time and being proactive with your marketing strategies.
You’ll also want to use an agent that specializes in this particular type of property. Because I’ve worked in the Tierra Linda Ranch area for quite some time I am well-versed at the types of properties, the requirements and the regulations needed to sell a horse property or a property that has numerous outbuildings and barns.
The same goes with homes on an airstrip. Any type of airplane hangers or outbuildings will also need to be inspected for structural integrity. Buyers certainly don’t want to move their plane in only to have the building collapse shortly thereafter under the strain of snow or weather.
All of these factors play into marketing to the right type of buyer. Because I specialize in these types of homes I can market to potential buyers and make sure that they understand everything that they are getting into when purchasing either an equestrian property or a home on an airstrip. If you’re ready to get started and would like to know how much your Tierra Linda Ranch home is worth, please contact me at any time.