In many ways, horse properties are very similar to any other residential property as many of the same theories and techniques apply in the appraisal process. Often time’s buyers and sellers care more about the number of horses that can legally reside on the premises than anything else about the property.
With the ever changing landscape of the greater Raleigh County area as well as its continued growth, the line between urban, suburban and rural property is continually changing. This change is also reflected in the per acre value of your farm or ranch.
Whether you’re selling, buying, refinancing, or going through estate planning, let our professional hands on experience and knowledge assist you in the process of determining your property’s value.