Short answer - yes!
First off - remember you don’t have to use the listing agent of any specific property that you’re interested in.
In fact, you deserve to have an agent in your corner that will always keep your best interests top of mind. In the long run it will pay off huge to have an agent working for you that has a specialization in whichever niche you are interested in buying in - particularly if you’re looking to purchase a Kentucky horse farm.
It’s advisable to take your time, research thoroughly and do your due diligence. Don’t feel beholden to a single agent - interview several. You aren’t tied down until some kind of buyer agreement is signed.
What Information Can A Kentucky Horse Property Specialist Provide?
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