|Losing the plot|
What could be easier than selling a grassy field?
In practice the skill in dealing with the sale of agricultural land is knowing how rights in the country operate so that the imagined problems raised by a buyer can be dealt with.
Often with agricultural land there are few or no express rights for services and access benefiting the land. Instead they have probably been acquired by use over many years but there is nothing in writing.
Buyers of agricultural land are also sometimes concerned about environmental issues. Carrying out an Environmental Search in advance of a sale can be very helpful in aiding a sale.
Our specialists at Hart Brown know the types of questions that will be raised by potential buyers and we will discuss these with you and consider how best they can be dealt with before marketing the land.