Hi I am Jori an agent with River Country Properties in Amboy, rite next to Franklin Grove, il.
The $ of acreage would depend on the type of timber. I sold 4 acres in Walnut with Red Oak trees for $125,000 a few years ago. It would have to depend on many things, is there CRP, is it buildable, has the soil been tested, is it listed with a Real Estate Company?, etc. you may call me 815-973-1197... more
I think you'll need to be more specific Cathy. If realtors in your area are going to get that data for you, there are hundreds or possibly thousands of listings. You need to identify your parameters (square feet, bedrooms, baths, lot size, location within Aston, etc....)... more
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Sharon in the auction listing there should be an attorney contact or auctioneers name and number you should be able to contact to see when it is rescheduled to.
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There are several areas of SW Florida to consider. If you could give me a call so I can get more info from you I would be able to give you a better answer. I look forward speaking to you.
Scott Riddle, (CSP) Certified Short Sale Professional
Sand Castle Realty Group
I certainly understand the desire to want to save money whenever possible in todays economy. I will give you some suggestions on marketing your property and home on your own. In today's market, however I strongly encourage you to interview a Realtor ( or 2 ). You may find that the fees you will pay them will benefit you in the long term. Your horse farm is a large investment and you should have a professional on your side as your advocate.
With that said, to do this on your own you should consider the following:
1. Online advertising- 80% of consumers are going online to do their initial shopping when looking for property.
2. Get your property in tip top shape! This is a competitive market and buyers have a lot to choose from- make yours stand out.
3. Price right!!! Do some research to find out what homes/land are going for in your area and make sure you are competitively priced to sell!
I hope this helps! Please feel free to contact me if you have any other questions & Good Luck!!... more
The seller has that right. As long as nothing was signed by the seller and finalized, then you don't have a deal. Even if they signed, the contract calls for a 5 day attorney review period at which the seller could cancel the deal for any reason.... more