Selling a horse farm in Wake County North Carolina is a complicated process. It’s very different from selling normal residential property, and takes much longer than most people expect. If you have a large piece of land that you’re looking to sell, contact me today, and I’ll start get the ball rolling for you, and make sure everything is handled properly.
How is selling a farm different than selling residential property in Wake County?
There is high demand for commercial and residential property right now in Wake County, and people with large pieces of vacant or farm property can potentially make a lot of money by selling it to a developer. No payday comes easy, however, and this type of transaction is very different to that of a normal residential property sale.
The first requirements are going to be access to water, sewer, and public roads. Once those requirements have been satisfied, you need to find out what plans are already in place for the surrounding areas. Working with the local town planners for Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, and Morrisvile can take longer than expected, ad each town has it’s own way of doing business.
Another surprise is how long this process might take. Any one who’s ever bought or sold a home may expect this to happen in a month or two. In reality, because of all the added steps and complications, this may take as long as two years before you finally get a check in your hand.
Also realize that the developers you’ll likely be selling your property to have much more experience in this process, and know many tricks and strategies for getting the best deal possible. I know all their schemes and more, and I’ll get you the best price possible, and make sure you don’t walk away with money still on the table.