It’s well known that today’s real estate market is red hot in Denver and other areas along the Front Range. Inventories are low and demand is high. In the Northern Colorado area I serve, horse properties and acreages vary in price depending on the amenities offered, size and condition of the house, and location along the front range.
I work predominately in Boulder, Weld, and Larimer counties, and am seeing a number of Denver area families moving to the country for a more rural lifestyle, or because they no longer wish to board their horses. There are also a number of out-of-state buyers moving to Colorado due to job opportunities, lifestyle, and great weather
However, even though the market is brisk at this time, not every property will sell quickly. It takes a number of things to help a property sell. See below for my tips for selling your Colorado horse property.
If you are thinking about purchasing, or selling, horse property, be sure to work with a realtor who has knowledge of your particular needs, and understands horses and horse property. If you decide you would rather board your horses, and wish to purchase a home in town or smaller acreage, I can assist you with that as well. I know the northern Colorado area very well, including the municipal areas.