Choosing a Realtor when purchasing Rural Properties
When choosing a Realtor to represent you in the purchase or sale of any property, it's important to know a few things about them. First, are they a full-time Realtor or is this a part time career? Second, do they specialize in the area you are looking in? Thirdly, do they know and understand the challenges in purchasing land and can they guide you in the right direction so you can make the right decision.
Some of the challenges we encounter here in Northern Arizona are properties that are completely without any utility; requiring water to be hauled to a tank on the lot in order to have running water; lack of physical or legal access to the property (easements); dirt roads that may be impassable most of the year; cattle roaming (Arizona is open range my friends); the necessity of having a septic system on the property when building a home; what it really means to be up against National Forest or Arizona State Trust Land (the latter is private not public); and so much more. Put your trust in a Realtor who is experienced and knowledgeable, understands this area and can guide you during the entire process.
I've sold hundreds of parcels of land throughout the area and why I was nicknamed the "Landlady" early in my career.
I am a full time Realtor as well as a Broker and Owner of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Grand View North. I have specialized in rural properties for the last 14 years. I know Northern Arizona and I know of the challenges that come with owning rural land. Whether you are looking for the city lot, golf property, acreage close to town or a mini-ranch out in the middle of no where, don't hesitate to call, text or email me.
Read what my past clients have to say about myself and my service. https://www.zillow.com/profile/Lisa-Paffrath/
Lisa Paffrath. cell: 928-380-9955. email: firstname.lastname@example.org