Let us be clear, Hobby farming is a Serious Undertaking.
Successful hobby farming requires Research, Investment, Timeand Commitment.
What kind of livestock will you raise, and does your property have the right kind of Dwelling, Soil, Water and Pasture?
How much time—and money—are you willing to invest to ensure your hobby farm is both sustainable and successful?
What will your neighbors think of having a field full of goats or chickens next door?
What will local municipality officials think, and are there any town or county restrictions, specific to animal husbandry and working on your land?
What are the tax implications on the income-producing side of your new hobby-farming adventure?
If you are just getting started with your Hobby farm search, things might seem overwhelming, there are many different aspects that you will need to take into consideration. the size of the land, Propertycharacteristics, Topography of the land, Easements, Surface rights, MDS, Permits, Setbacks, Zoning rules, Water, Hydro, Sewage, Trees, Right of way, outbuilding structure, etc.
Be sure to work with a Buyers Agent, Experience in Hobby Farm, they can save you Time, Money, and Resources.
Despite what people think, LISTING AGENT do not represent the Buyer’s interests, because they have a Fiduciary Obligation to the Seller. They will only promote the best interest of the seller’s not the buyer’s, (keeping confidential anything the seller shares)
So, do not get your fingers burned, dealing with the wrong agent or false advertisement!
Talk to the Realtor who knows all about Home & Land.