5 Types of Colorado Ranches For Sale

Colorado ranches are as diverse as the state’s stunning landscapes. While this diversity is great for everyone who loves the state, the diverse array of Colorado ranches for sale can confuse potential buyers. The term “ranch property” encompasses many land types, each designed for unique purposes and lifestyles. Let’s delve into five common types of […]

5 Things To Look For in a Colorado Horse Property

When in the market for a Colorado horse property, it’s essential to consider several factors that can impact your equine companions’ well-being and your enjoyment of the land. Whether you’re an experienced equestrian or just beginning your horse-owning journey, these five aspects should be on your checklist as you seek the perfect horse property in […]

4 Things That Make Colorado Ranches For Sale More Valuable

When you start browsing Colorado ranches for sale, it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly what makes one ranch more valuable than another. Naturally, you want to make a wise investment, but how do you know if it’s better to have priority water rights or new corrals? To save you the trouble of wondering, here […]

What is a Legacy Ranch? And Why They’re Important

As a real estate broker in Western Colorado, I’m honored to have the unique privilege of visiting some of the area’s most pristine and prestigious ranches and farms. I’m not just talking about small, 15-acre ranches that were bought and sold throughout the decades – although those can be great too. I’m talking about the […]

What Does Horse Property Mean? Plus, How You Can Buy One

So, you want to buy a horse property? Maybe you just have the idea, or maybe you’ve started browsing horse ranches for sale in Colorado and are at a complete loss. That’s okay – I’m here to clear things up. The definition of a horse property is rather indefinite, and most people (and many real […]

Are You Selling a House or a Lifestyle?

One of the biggest mistakes a real estate broker can make is marketing a lifestyle property the same way that works for residential real estate. The difference is the target buyer’s location and interests. Let’s say Seller A enlists Broker A to sell his 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom single-story, ranch-style house in a residential neighborhood. Broker A […]

Considerations for Buying an Equine Property in Colorado

Technically, any property that can keep a horse could be considered a horse property, but that doesn’t always mean that it’s ready for your horse as soon as you sign the closing papers. Something that says, “equine property” in the description could be anything from a backyard with a loafing shed to a full-blown equestrian […]