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From CandysDirt: The Britannia Group Points Compass at Town and Country

By Bethany Erickson | January 25, 2019 | Comments Off on From CandysDirt: The Britannia Group Points Compass at Town and Country

When two Brits get together — each with impressive track records in the real estate market — you can rest assured that their combined market knowledge is a powerful force. That is very much the case now that Mark Godson and Catherine Thorpe-Lambert have joined forces with Compass Real Estate to form The Britannia Group, combining their decades of experience […]

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Equestrian Subdivisions: Yea or Neigh?

By Kathryn Roan | May 19, 2016 | 1 Comment

For better or worse, current boarding barn arrangements are often front-and-center on the list of concerns brought to me by virgin horse property buyers. Moving to horse property represents freedom — freedom to feed your horses whatever you’d like, turn them out whenever you’d like, provide as many shavings in their stalls as you want, feed any supplement […]

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The Evolution of Farm Ownership — Part 3: When to Move the Horses

By Kathryn Roan | February 9, 2016 | Comments Off on The Evolution of Farm Ownership — Part 3: When to Move the Horses

I found myself staring at the computer screen. The blinking cursor on the Farm and Ranch Contract drummed a little beat to the tune of “What exactly am I doing here?” There were so many things wrong with this property, it was hard to know where to even begin. In fact, the problems began off […]

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