Preparing Horse farms for sale in PA – What Steps to Take
What Steps to Take
It is time to move on to the next phase of your life, which includes selling your current rural or horse property.
We all want to get the highest possible price for the property. So, how do you go about getting the highest and best price?
The first step is to declutter and depersonalize, not only the house, but also the barn. Many of us tend to collect and save things over the years, not realizing how much space it takes up. Go through all the items, donate or sell what you haven’t used for years. Might as well let someone else that really needs it make use of the items. They do no good sitting in storage or your tack room.
Pack away your personal items, such as awards, ribbons, personal photos, etc. These will have to be packed up anyway, so why not get a head start on it? When Buyers go through the place, this will make it easier to visualize their personal items in the home and barn.
Next, clean and tidy up the place. Get rid of the cob webs and dust, make necessary repairs, organize items and place them in their proper places. This will help to see the actual size of the rooms, buildings, etc.
Maintain the fields, pastures, fences, etc. In addition to mowing the lawn, the pastures will need to be mowed also, to keep the grass at a reasonable height, which will make it more attractive. Pick up and dispose of any refuse in the pasture and fields.
The main thing to remember when getting your horse or rural property ready to sell, put yourself in the Buyer’s shoes and look through their eyes. Would you pay $xxx,xxx for the rural or horse property as it is in the current condition?
Horse farms for sale in PA