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Meadow Vista home for sale 1

Posted on 18, May 2016

in Category Foothill CA, Horse property, Real Estate, Selling property

Meadow Vista home for sale The home buying process is a way to go from wanting to own a house to actually buying a home. Each step along the way will get you closer to your goal of home ownership. The Retail way of selling a house is finding the highest paying buyer. Buyers who want a home pay the most for real estate. There are many more homes for sale in Auburn California. Havilah can find the home of your dreams. Just contact Havilah or Coffee Real Estate to find your Auburn home

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Auburn Property under $500,000 0

Posted on 25, April 2016

in Category Home, Horse property, Investment Real Estate, Real Estate, Selling property

Auburn Property under $500,000   Enjoy LAKE views in your Tahoe style home at Lake of the Pines. So much character ~ high ceilings with exposed beams, many windows, three fireplaces, hand hewed woodwork. Convenient master suite on main floor. Downstairs has private entrance, family room and two bedrooms. Charming,custom built rock walls surround almost half of an acre. This unique home is located on a desirable street at Lake of the Pines. Exceptional value! Excellent location! 11483 Madrone Court Auburn, CA 95602 $499,000 Beds: 3 Baths: 2 | 1 Sq. Ft.: 2,236 Contact Coffee Real Estate If you have [&hellip

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Coffee Real Estate 0

Posted on 8, August 2014

in Category Home, Horse property, Investment Real Estate, News, Real Estate, Selling property

Coffee Real Estate Coffee Real Estate agency is creating California’s most consumer friendly realty. Coffee Real Estate endeavor to provide home sellers with the most comprehensive options when selling their property. Coffee Real Estate empowers the home seller with options. Options are sometime complicated. But the heart and soul of Coffee Real Estate commissions are to satisfy the home seller with how much they want to pay to sell their property with the services that match. A Coffee Real Estate agent can share the options with a home seller to see which options they prefer. The first option is to [&hellip

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Horse Property Ponds 0

Posted on 5, February 2014

in Category Horse property

  Ponds on Horse Properties Adds value and beautiful but may have some risk By Havilah Parisi Ponds and small lakes are one beautiful piece of a horse property. They add value to the property. There are many benefits of having a pond for your horses. One of which is that when it is sweltering outside, horses can go in to the pond and cool off. Swimming is a low impact exercise that many people use when they are rehabilitating a horse. It is also a great “trust exercise” that a person and their horse can try. Ponds also offer [&hellip

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Horse property Arenas 0

Posted on 4, February 2014

in Category Horse property

  Horse Arenas Keys to Understanding Arena Footing By Havilah Parisi   Arenas have many different looks and options that make them special and unique to their owner. One of the main features is their footing. The arena footing is the most or one of the most important parts of an arena. The footing makes a huge difference to the horse and rider. The type of footing depends on what the arena is used for. Regardless of what you are doing in the arena, the footing must be good. There are many types of footings and depths. Arenas can have [&hellip

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hitching post 0

Posted on 24, January 2014

in Category Horse property

Hitching Posts Style, Safety and Convenience By Havilah Parisi What is one of the major things that horse owners can’t live without? No, it isn’t a pasture, nor is it a fancy barn; it is the hitching post that they tie their horse to. Horse owners don’t often think about where they are tying their horse. It is just there and they use it when they are tacking up, grooming, clipping, checking and doctoring wounds, when they are getting trimmed and shoed, and so on. What goes into these amazing and indispensable inventions? Hitching posts have been around for a [&hellip

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Horse property fences 0

Posted on 2, September 2013

in Category Horse property, Real Estate

  Fences Add Value and Safety to Horse Properties   By Havilah Parisi Pony.Estate There are many types of fences for horse property. The fence that keeps your horse safe and secure is a very valuable part of the horse property. All horse fencing should be around five feet or taller. One of the most iconic fencing types is the three tiered white fencing that is a classic of horse property. This type of fence is usual a sturdy wood fence. This nice wood fence looks great and is a safe way to keep your special horse secure. This fence [&hellip

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Horse EPA Equine Property Academy 0

Posted on 23, July 2013

in Category Horse property, News, Real Estate

The New Horse EPA–“Equine Property Academy”   Housing Sacramento Magazine’s (HSM) establishes the new horse EPA or “Equine Property Academy” center for horse ranch information in California. This EPA will give horse owners timely knowledge about available horse properties and their features.   The Equine Property Academy provides, free of charge, material about horse properties for sale, the detail of those properties, insights into horse property’s features, local horse tails, detail information about barns, arenas, pastures, fences and other ranch elements.   Horse properties are one of the most complicated real estate purchases homeowners can make. Horse ranches are not [&hellip

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California gold country horse properties 0

Posted on 4, June 2013

in Category Horse property, Real Estate

20 questions for gold country horse properties   20 questions that come up when looking at horse property in the northern California foothills gold country. Are the stalls watering systems in good condition? What is the condition of the stall gates? Is there a good tack-up area for the horses? Is there a good, ventilated area for storing hay and shavings? Is there a tack room, wash rack, good footing in the stalls and turn-out paddocks? How will you dispose of the manure? How will you control the summer fly situation? Is there irrigation available for the pastures? Is there [&hellip

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California rural area fire fee 0

Posted on 16, March 2013

in Category Communities, Horse property, News, Real Estate

The California rural area fire prevention fee not tax deductible The IRS’s Office of General Counsel said the California rural area fire prevention fee is not tax deductible. The IRS said that the fee didn’t qualify as a deductible real property tax because it was imposed only against specific property to provide a local benefit. It also was imposed only against property in areas where the state provided fire protection services, not on all property within the state’s jurisdiction. And it did not qualify as a deduction because it was not based property value or structure size — instead, the [&hellip

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