Sonoma County is a great place to live with your horses. It is a very active horse community offering all types of riding. We have many state parks around such as Point Reyes National Seashore and the dunes of Bodega Bay. It is many people's dream to have their horse at home on their own property. Here are a few things to think about before you buy.
Buying Horse Property
There are two main ways that all real estate is valued. The first is by comparable – similar properties that have sold recently. Comparables are used to establish the value of 99% of real estate sold and are by far the most reliable way to value any piece of real estate. The other main way
1. How much land does a horse need? As an average, you should figure that 2 horses need about an acre of land. The county also places limitations on the number of horses allowed in certain areas. 2. Safe pasture If the property has pasture, then you need to make sure the pasture is safe