Realtor Corinne Guest Helps Horse Lovers Find Equestrian Properties in Barrington and McHenry County

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Corinne Guest, aka the “Equestrian Realtor” and Managing Broker of Barrington Realty Company, pens recent blog about finding horse properties in upscale Barrington and also the country areas of McHenry County.

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Barrington, a suburban haven characterized by gently rolling hills and land parcels of five, ten and many more acres, is perfect for buyers in the market looking for equestrian property.

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“Barrington, a suburban haven characterized by gently rolling hills and land parcels of five, ten and many more acres, is perfect for buyers in the market looking for equestrian property,” said Corinne. “However, bear in mind that most large horse farms in the area are not for sale, but there are many properties that are zoned for horses, ready to go with pastures, paddocks and barns.”

In a September 29, 2015 blog, Corinne recounts spending time with a relocation family looking at horse properties in McHenry County. The buyers, in this instance, did some initial investigating on their own and drove around the county looking at the location and exterior presentation of some of the horse properties on their list. This instantly shrunk the list down from sixteen or so to around eleven.

“It’s all about curb appeal and presentation, and for them it was well worth the time spent, as there is no point in looking inside homes that do not appeal on the outside,” said Corinne.

However, writes Corinne in her blog, not every house is going to have everything on your wish list, and the one chosen was lacking a barn for the horses and there weren’t any fenced paddocks. Yet, with five manicured acres, it was still a fantastic horse property.

About Corinne Guest, Barrington Realty Company
Corinne understands that every client has unique requirements and circumstances and that while the real estate process is a well-trodden path, the journey to achieving a successful transaction will be different each time. Corinne sees herself not as a salesman or serviceman, rather as a protector. A protector's primary function is to look out for their clients. A protector will put their clients first and compensation last. For more information, please call (847) 363-3686, or visit her Facebook and Google+ pages.

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