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Lesly Spencer, Home Buyer in Charlotte, NC

Where do I look for equestrian rentals or lease properties? I am also having trouble finding any lease to buy..

Asked by Lesly Spencer, Charlotte, NC Sun Jun 26, 2011

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Sounds like the local agents commenting here have given you some good suggestions on what areas to look at. As far as finding lease-option (or lease to buy) properties, I wrote a blog on how to find those. See http://bit.ly/findaleaseoption

Hope that helps.
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Don Tepper, Real Estate Pro in Burke, VA
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Good morning, Lesly:
Here are 20 homes being marketed as suited to horses or equestrian activities and that are listed as Proposed Financing in Loan Assumption, Lease Purchase, Owner Financing, Personal Loan: http://tempo.carolinamls.com/Pub/EmailView.asp?r=762037579&a…

Here are 56 homes within the greater Charlotte area with over 3 acres, but not necessarily listed as being suitable for horses (Proposed Financing in Loan Assumption, Lease Purchase, Owner Financing, Personal Loan) http://tempo.carolinamls.com/Pub/EmailView.asp?r=21006405&am…

Here are 13 properties within the greater Charlotte area with over 3 acres and listed as "lots or farms with a dwelling" (any size, condition or type dwelling), but not necessarily listed as being suitable for horses (Proposed Financing in Loan Assumption, Lease Purchase, Owner Financing, Personal Loan) http://tempo.carolinamls.com/Pub/EmailView.asp?r=1735183732&…

If you have a full time agent with a Masters degree in Planning with Finance and over two decades of experience, working for you, you will likely do better in negotiations. I'd be pleased to provide that service. ...and if you like this answer, please give it a "thumbs up".
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Thank you for your question about equestrian property in Charlotte North Carolina. I suggest searching on the site Loopnet.com because equestrian property and farmland are listed on it. Loopnet is a commercial real estate website.
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Hi Lesly,

I know of one place with 5 acres and the house has over 5000 sq/ft. It also comes with a second home for guests or storage. It has a 3 stall barn with tack area. Also with fenced pastures.

If you are interested call me Frank Morley 704-576-8159
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Thank you Frank Morley. My husband has the number and will call you very soon. I am looking for a little more acreage but this might suffice.

Lesly
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Thank you Don Tepper for the link to your article. This is very useful information.
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Union County, Weddington, and Waxhaw would be good areas. I used to ride and attend horse shows when I lived in New York. What is your price range? Call me to discuss your needs and what the perfect home for you would be. Please visit my website. http://www.realestatesearch-charlottenc.com.

With best wishes

Jacqueline Rolls-Berardi. Buyers Agent. Keller Williams Realty
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Dear Lesly: T

here are several equestrian communities in the greater Charlotte area or Mecklenburg County. There are also communities located in the surrounding counties and across the state line in SC.

Please call me and I would be pleased to assist you with your needs.

Yours truly,

Walter Brzozowicz
704.574.9961
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