OREGON AND WASHINGTON
Equestrian Real Estate
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BUYING HORSE PROPERTY IN OREGON AND WASHINGTON
SELLING EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY IN OREGON AND WASHINGTON
RECENTLY SOLD EQUESTRIAN PROPERTIES
Deer Creek Equestrian Center
Adnara Equestrian Center
Sherwood Forest Equestrian Center
Oxer Ridge Farm
Are you running into these questions?
WHAT ZONING DO I NEED FOR HORSE PROPERTIES IN WA AND OR?
DO I HAVE WATER RIGHTS?
HOW DO I DISPOSE OF MANURE?
HOW MANY ACRES DO HORSES NEED?
CAN YOU HELP WITH HORSE PROPERTY FOR SALE BY OWNER?
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO SELL A HORSE PROPERTY?
CAN YOU HELP ME BUY OR SELL HORSE PROPERTIES UNDER $1,000,000?
DO I HAVE TO PUT MY EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY ON THE MLS TO SELL IT?
CAN YOU FACILITATE OFF-MARKET TRANSACTIONS?
WHAT TYPE OF FINANCING DO I NEED?
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO BUILD AN INDOOR ARENA?
HOW DO YOU EVALUATE AND PRICE WHEN THEY’RE ALL SO DIFFERENT?
We’ve got answers for you. Contact an agent today for assistance with any questions related to equestrian property for sale in Oregon and Washington.
Oregon and Washington Statistics
- The truth is that the horse industry contributes nearly $40 billion to the U.S.’s Gross Domestic Product. That goes up to $100 billion when you consider indirect spending.
- There are about 168,000 horses in Oregon, with more horses than most states in the western U.S.
- There are 95,997 square miles of land in Oregon, with the most land in Portland (533,427 square miles).
- There are 250,000 horses in Washington. It has the 3rd most horses on the west side of the U.S. and the 11th most among all the states.
- There are 71,300 square miles of land in Washington, with the most land in Seattle (608,660 square miles).
- Two million people have horses in the U.S. There are about 9.2 million horses in total.
- Approximately 67.4% of survey respondents see horses as a part of the family.
Source: The American Horse Council Federation, Quarter Horse News