What are some questions you should ask an agricultural landowner before listing his property?
I would suggest.. Is there any land enrolled in a conservation plan or gamelands agreement? Has any land been farmed recently and is there any crop history reports? *Is there any preferential tax treatment that will expire if title is changed? (Example: Here in PA, you pay a penalty if land use changes while under the preferential 'clean and green' tax program.) Does any equipment stay with the property? Is there land in a designated flood plain? Are there any existing gas leases or wells?
Are you allowed to directly call the homeowner of a property you are purchasing if he gives you permission even if it has a listing agent?
When listing your home with a real estate broker, different options are available, one of which is net listing over the Internet. A net listing specifies the amount of money that is wanted for the sale. The broker keeps any extra money over that amount as a commission. The problem with this is that the broker is allowed to increase the price the seller wants to make more profits for themselves. This can lead to…
The first thing you would want to do is check with a local realator. They will be able to give you a listing of commercial property that is available in your area. You can also check out http://www.costar.com/?src=ppcg_Costar2_G-CoStar_CommRealEstate&LID=sGpcOopGT_pcrid_3994890250 for a full listing of commercial properties by area.