In this edition of Farm Talk, Paul discusses easements when buying or selling property. Paul explains what an easement is, and what the purpose of it is.
Paul also tells us some important questions to think about regarding easements of a property, such as:
– Who typically would have an easement over a property that you are purchasing?
– How do you find out about easements when buying or selling a property?
– How do you protect yourself when buying property, when it comes to easements?
So, why should you care about easements? Well, one of the many reasons would be because if you plan to build on your property, you won’t be able to build over most easements. Also, if a neighbor has an easement on your property, it may be startling to see someone on your property. You certainly don’t want to have these questions after you close escrow.
As always, Paul explains valuable information for us in a way that is both easy to understand and very informative. Tune in to learn more!
For the past 17+ years I have specialized in selling country estates and ranches throughout Ventura County CA. This niche stems from my childhood, working long summer days on my grandparent’s citrus and avocado ranch near Santa Paula, just east of Ventura.
I love these types of properties, and it is my desire to help families, individuals and investors from all walks of life achieve their dream of owning a ranch or country estate.
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