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Horses In My Back Yard


Horses In My Back Yard

by Jody Hudson, with Extensive Collaboration From Chris Hudson

HORSE LOVERS: During my thirty years of selling rural land, I have frequently found that folks want some acreage so that they can own and ride horses. They LOVE horses in their own mind but have little if any of the real knowledge or experience necessary to raise one or more horses. Far too often, they have knowledge based on little more than an idyllic dream and that dream based for the most part on romantic novels and movies. This article will give you some basic information which may save you and a horse some bad or even terrible experiences.

HOW MANY ACRES?: If you do want horses; a good rule of thumb in good pasture areas is 3 to 5 acres of pasture per horse, and ideally another acre or two of paddock per horse. The wise Equestrian will thus plan about 6 to 10 acres per horse they want to keep in the purchase of land. The paddocks are smaller fenced pasture areas close to the barn used for training, saddling up your horse or getting a new horse acclimated to his new home.

The risk of injury to animals increases where horses are overcrowded, and competition for food, water and space may lead to fighting. You must provide an adequate number of paddocks or yards to permit incompatible animals to be segregated. The number of horses and their grouping in each paddock or yard must be appropriate for their compatibility and for the ground conditions, taking into account the climatic conditions pertaining at the time.

You also need room for the house, barn, hay storage, tack building and a loafing shed for them to get under when the weather is not quite acceptable to them. In any yard or shelter, each horse must have adequate room to lie down, stand up and turn around. There should be a clean, dry area for the horse to lie down, the surface of which protects the horse from abrasions and capped elbows and hocks. Paddocks which expose horses to items of machinery, equipment or rubbish (especially wire) likely to cause serious injury must not be used.

FENCING: There are numerous types of fencing that are designed for horses. Board fences are deadly dangerous if not constantly maintained. The horses can break a board and end up impaled on it. Wire, especially barbed wire can entangle your horse's leg or neck and seriously injure him or worse. There are several kinds of fences made for horse pasture. Barbed wire and narrow gauge (2.5 mm) high-tensile steel wire, because of their cutting, non-stretching and nonbreaking properties, can cause severe injury to horses. They should be avoided when constructing fences for horses, as should internal fence-stays or posts, which are a common cause of injury.

Fences should be readily visible to horses and properly maintained. The ideal fence for premises designed mainly for horses is the synthetic, strong, flexible, post-and-rail type, with rails treated or painted with nontoxic preparations. A popular alternative, which also provides a good visual barrier, is a single top rail attached to a conventional post-and-wire fence. I like the Australian Sheep Wire fence as it has a grid that is very small at the bottom and larger at the top. The small grid size at the bottom prevents the horse from stepping through the fence and getting tangled. I also like a charged electric wire just above the highly visible top rail to "convince" the horse to not lean over that top rail to get grass on the other side. Such leaning by such a strong and heavy animal is a major cause of fence breakage. There must be no sharp objects projecting inwards.

Your large animal Veterinarian or Horse feed and tack store can help you find the right fencing and an installer that knows what he's doing. Ideally your pasture will have fence corners rounded on a large radius to prevent your horse from injury if he is cornered by another horse or is just running with exuberance and misjudges the distance to the corner. I have occasionally seen a horse on a tether chain or rope, as some people do a dog. Tethering is a practice which has a high risk of injury to horses. It is not recommended and should be used only when other forms of grazing or containment are unavailable and when close supervision of the horse can be maintained. Only placid horses and those adequately trained to accept the practice should be tethered.

FORGET WHAT YOU LEARNED FROM NOVELS OR HOLLYWOOD: Contrary to all the horse stories and films, your horse will not respond to you the same way a dog or cat will. He will respond and perform best when his owner is consistent and has a routine. Forget all those stories about Flicka and Black Beauty; it only happens in the movies.

Horses do have personality but you must remember that they are very big and strong and you cannot make them do anything unless you have convinced them and then they choose to do it. Proper ground manners are a must and the rider must know how to ride. Take some lessons if you are a first time owner. Horses do not like you to hang onto the reins for balance. Learn how to balance yourself in the saddle and to gently guide the horse with the reins. There is no faster way to make a horse "sour" than to pull on his mouth roughly. Learn the horse language; the way to communicate to your horse is through the balance of your body, your seated position, the position of your feet and legs and lastly the position of your hands.

STABLING: He does not enjoy being locked in a stall every night. He would much prefer the open fields and the starry nights! A three sided shed (preferably with the open side to the southwest) will due just fine. Horses do need protection from the sun and rain. Horse blankets/rugs make us feel better; nature however, has equipped him just dandy with a real fur coat. Those horses that are unlucky enough to be put in a stall every night could probably use a rug unless the barn is REALLY COZY. But, when it is 30 degrees or lower and it is blowing and wet, he does appreciate a stall to eat his grain and hay. And it will save you a lot of cleanup in your paddocks.

PASTURE: Plant a pasture with a mixture of proper grass seeds. Check with the local Agricultural Substation or horse feed supply store for the seed mix. Build several paddocks to keep your horses in for short times, so that you can rotate the pastures and periodically give each one a rest to replenish the height of it's grasses.

Horses are poor utilizers of pasture, compared to cattle or sheep. Most horse pastures contain a large proportion of weeds and "roughs" where horses are the only grazers. Horses will not eat pasture that is contaminated with horse dung. This usually causes the contaminated area to become larger and the grazing area smaller. The pasture growing round the dung patches is usually lush and looks to be the best feed, while the patches in between will look overgrazed.

Where possible, horses should be grazed in conjunction with cattle or sheep. In addition to helping calm the horses; the other species will clean up the "roughs" while also reducing the worm contamination on pasture. Although harrowing can also be useful to spread the dung around, in moist conditions and when the grass is long it may spread worm eggs, making a larger area of the paddock infected. Where no cattle or other grazers are available, it is essential to remove the manure or spread it around regularly during dry periods, when the sun and ultraviolet rays will tend to destroy eggs and larvae.

Your horses will leave some big manure piles around the pasture and especially in the corners. Spread the horse manure out on the pasture with a drag harrow and rake out the pasture corners to break it up in smaller pieces; it helps to keep the fly larvae in the manure from hatching out and bothering your horses.

You will need a manure spreader to spread the manure you shovel out of your loafing sheds and stalls. Your horses will eat a lot of the grass in your pasture -- but you will still have to mow the pastures periodically and you will need to use a weed-eater under and along all the fences. You will need to keep a check out for any plants of the nightshade family as they are poisonous to your steeds.

Grazing animals deplete soil nutrients progressively, which in turn leads to poor pasture quality and growth rate. This should be regularly monitored by soil and pasture analysis. Pasture should be top dressed with fertilizers to replace identified nutrient deficiencies. Check with your State Agricultural Agent (each state has an Agricultural College and Agents attached) to learn to identify soil nutrient needs and to show you how to destroy noxious plants properly. Make certain that there is always plenty of clean fresh water in the pasture and that the water trough is kept dutifully clean!

VACCINATIONS: Your horses require annual booster shots for Rabies, Tetanus, Flu Rhino and Encephalitis, and Potomac Horse Fever. Check with your local Large Animal Veterinarian and maintain a proper schedule of immunizations and regular checkups. Horses also require quarterly worming to keep the intestinal parasites below the danger level.

FARRIER SERVICES: Horses in the wild got along just fine without a Farrier. They ran and romped over vast expanses, were chased by predators and often ran long distances as a herd. But now that they are kept and ridden mostly on soft sandy soil or grasslands -- the hooves need trimming every six to eight weeks. AND, yes some horses do need horseshoes of steel, rubber or some other material. You will be able to tell if your horse need shoeing; if he does he will walk very "tender-footed" and may have cracks and breakage in his hooves. The way he walks, stands and carries himself in general will tip you off to his Farrier needs.

INTENTION: Your intention is of great importance! Horses can feel a fly on their back and they can feel your intent; when you really mean business. They learn in a hurry who they have to respect and who they can play around with -- DON'T be fooled! Set yourself up to win his respect and keep it. Don't ask him to do anything that you suspect will be an argument unless you have the time to make certain that he does it. Be firm. Being firm does not mean beating your horse; it does mean that sometimes you might have to put a chain a little too snugly across his nose to lead him if he walks too fast and gets ahead of you at lead.

TRUST: It is so important that your horse trust you. Please don't abuse him by hitting or kicking him. Trust is necessary for him when you want him to cross a ditch or a fence or take him to water or take him to ride with other horses. Trust is built by day to day consistent care and treatment of your horse; and by not putting him into situations that hurt him or scare him badly.

EQUINE DENTIST: Horses need dentists too! At least once a year, some horses require to have the equine dentist "float" his teeth. This removes sharp edges so that he can chew his food properly and be comfortable with the bit.

GROOMING: Horses love to be brushed and bathed. Spend lots of quality time with your horse when you first get him and each time before and after you ride him with gentle loving hands and lots of brush grooming. Pick the stones and dirt from his feet before and after a ride to keep him from getting bruised feet. Check him for ticks after any ride in the woods or tall grass -- especially in warm weather. Keep all your tack clean and the leather saddle-soaped and lightly oiled. Wash your saddle blanket after each use and rinse his bit well too. He doesn't like a hard, dirty blanket on his back or a crusty bit in his mouth. Keep your brushes clean too, rinse, wash and pull the hair out of them periodically.

NUTRITION: Nutrition is a powerful factor in the life of a horse, just as it is our own. Often a problem horse can just be suffering from some nutritional deficiency. Often a horse that is "cribbing" that is chewing on his stall or on the fence has a nutritional deficiency. This should be handled quickly as the swallowed wood splinters have obvious danger to your horse. Horses need vitamins, roughage of course, minerals, protein, oils, carbohydrates, enzymes and trace elements in their diets to be at their best in health, behavior and attitude... and sometimes even if they are getting the correct food they may not be digesting it to get the proper use of the nutrients... just like us.

Horse Hair Analysis is a very useful tool to find the realistic needs of your horse. The hair is a long term record of the horse's nutritional health and the analysis will tell the most accurate story as to what your particular horse needs... or what he is getting too much of -- especially if he is ingesting some sort of toxic substance.

TRAILERS and TRAILERING: For most people learning to trailer your horse is mandatory. If you are fortunate to purchase a place far out in the rural un-populated areas, especially if you purchase property on a long dirt road or network of such roads -- you may be able to do a lot of riding without trailering. You will still likely want to have a trailer eventually, so that you can take your horse to a trainer, pick up another horse, or take your horse to join a friend for a ride.

There are several types of trailers; they are of many sizes from small to huge. Some of them even have owners quarters or a groomsman's room adjacent to the horse section. There are the horse carrying motor home style vehicles too. For highway speeds and to go any distance, it is best to use a large towing pickup truck specialized for such use. The best are the dual tired big pickup trucks called Duelies. You then get a big sturdy support hitch mounted in the pickup bed and the trailer has a long hitch stalk that projects into the truck bed. This type, called a goose neck trailer with a 5th wheel hitch, will give you excellent stability and a shortened turn radius. It is also virtually impossible to have a trailer disconnect from the truck -- which is a worry with pull-behind trailers.

Before you take your horse for a first trailer ride; you should ride in the back of the trailer, while someone else drives the truck, so that you can experience the cornering and braking calamities that the horse will experience. Some folks put leg wraps on their horses when trailering to help protect the horse more from accidental braking, cornering, or bumping. After you have ridden in the moving trailer yourself, take a few practice runs with you and the horse -- so you can see what the horse is experiencing as a driver drives, turns and brakes. And it would be a good idea to next have someone else ride with your horse while you drive. One of my friends had a good technique; she put a long stem wine glass on the dash of her truck and filled it with water. She then learned to drive without spilling the water or turning over the glass. Personally I think it is a great technique to practice.

You also need to keep the trailer clean, especially keeping it free of hay dust and dirt. Remember when the trailer is underway and if the vent windows are open, whatever hay and dirt there is inside will start whirling around in the trailer. Keep everything well tied down inside too; falling, and swinging articles in the trailer can spook your horse and cause him to jump and hurt himself.

Service the trailer at least once a year. Check the brakes, tires, tire pressure and all hitch welds and bolts carefully. Make certain that the floor is solid. Practice driving, backing and turning. Practice using the mirrors. Mirror use is difficult to learn and of utmost importance. With proper mirror use however, you can easily back your trailer into a space only a few inches larger than it is.

WHO IS THE BOSS?: If you don't watch out -- your horse will TRAIN YOU, for instance... I knew this lady who trailered her horse to various lessons and rides... but he knew he did not have to get into the trailer until the third attempt each time. First she would lead him to the trailer, he would stop and she would pet and coo to him. The second time she would coax him a little more with carrots and baby talk. When that, of course, didn't work either (he liked that sweet talk and especially the carrots) she would try the third method. By now she was a little tired and frustrated with him, she wanted to go home or get on with the lessons; so she spoke firmly, put the chain across his nose, tightened it a bit, and... he'd get right on. But he always knew that he didn't have to get on until the third technique -- besides he would miss his carrots and sweet talk if he got on the first time!

Here's another one. Some horses raise their head and clamp their teeth and will not accept the bit. I have seen people strike the horse about the face or swing the bridle and hit him -- this only teaches him that the bridle is a mean, scary piece of equipment and that he'd better raise his head up out of your reach for his own protection. The solution to bit shyness takes a while; it will take a little patience, some sweet talk and some sweet syrup on your fingers. Play around with his mouth with your fingers and let him wear the bit awhile when he is in his stall to eat and drink. Put it on him sometimes while you are grooming him too. Make sure that the bit is adjusted correctly for tightness in his mouth and that it is the right size and style. And especially be certain that when you ride him that you are not always holding tension on the reins, using them when you should be only giving body language directions, sawing them back and forth from left to right or in any way being rough on his mouth.

MOUNTING YOUR HORSE: Training your horse to stand still as a statue while you mount is a MUST! If your horse likes to walk about while you try to mount up -- have someone hold him while you get up and properly placed in the saddle. Once you are mounted -- sit well in the saddle with an erect posture, take a deep and cleansing breath and sink into your saddle with poise and assurance before you start off with him. Take time frequently with just you and him; when no one is around, mount him inside the pasture or paddock fence and just stand there in the saddle with him for several minutes. Then after quite some time, ask him to walk. Of course you will need to spend the time needed to train him to stand quiet and still while you are on him. And you must each learn the particulars of how to open the pasture gate while you are in the saddle.

RETURNING FROM A RIDE: There is always the temptation on your horses part, to run back to the barn at the end of a ride. He will be tempted to trot instead of walk; canter instead of trot; or run instead of canter. Be careful or you will be allowing him to learn or to think you are teaching him to run home. If you persist in this permissiveness you may eventually have a runaway horse each time his head turns toward home.

When you do return home; come down to a walk well away from the barn and let him cool down well as you near the barn. If you are cantering in and he wants to go faster, break down the gait to a trot and if needed down to a walk even if a long way from the barn. If he won't walk calmly but wants to jig and go sideways or tries breaking into a faster gait -- you need to spend some time in the paddocks and school him to walk and trot when you tell him too. If you still have trouble; get help from an outside equestrian or a trainer.

BUYING YOUR HORSE: When buying a horse be aware that what you see during the purchasing meeting with the horse -- is what you will have when you take him home. He is most likely on his best behavior at the barns and paddocks where he lives, so when you remove him to take him to your place you are likely to get worse behavior not better. Unless you are a very experience rider with some good horse sense, you should purchase an older, settled horse for a first mount and then as you improve get a younger more spirited one.

Look at the teeth to detect age and condition of the horse. Horse newspapers have lots of ads and some advice. There are auctions for horses too; once you find out about them you can get on the mailing list and visit a few before you buy. Classified ads are a very good sources of horses for sale.

When you go to look at a horse to purchase; take along an honest and reputable person to help you with that purchase. A good saddle horse should cost you from $2,500 to $5,000. A trained horse can cost much more but may well be worth the cost. Specialty horses of course -- Arabians and Thoroughbreds for instance can cost more than a nice home or in some cases more than a nice shopping center. You don't always get what you pay for... but you can count on paying for what you get.

Watch for conformation (shape and bodily proportion) in the horse; which can be learned from books and then there is Attitude -- this is the same as for humans. If the horse has a bad attitude it's hardly worth owning at any cost. The horse should be checked perhaps even x-rayed by a Veterinarian. This is called Vetting a horse; done in a pre-purchase exam. This usually costs about $300 to $500. A lot of lameness can't be seen with the eye and will only show up with strenuous training, or during work or competition -- just when you can't afford it. ===
Happy Trails and best wishes to a lot of good horsin' around for all you readers who want horses. Horses can bring out the best and the worst of a person and give you endless hours of pleasure, exercise and frustration. But most horse owners and lovers wouldn't have it any other way.

TALLY HO!

Copyright 2004 by Jody Hudson

www.Kate-Jody.com and www.TheRuralSpecialist.com

numerous other articles at http://www.kate-jody.com/essays/index.html

Email MrJodyHudson@earthlink.net

Jody Hudson, Realtor specializing in horse properties and being around horse farms, since 1972 and much more. Many years of being around an being in business to help people with horses.


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Real Estate company lays two options on the table for 401 Walton Way  WJBF-TV

Augusta Commissioners heard a new plan from a community partner that could secure a larger space for Juvenile Court. Commissioners did not vote Tuesday, ...


Chrysler Building Price Not Reflective of Manhattan Office Values  National Real Estate Investor

The Chrysler building sale, which was announced earlier this month, offers a limited read on property valuations in the larger Manhattan office market, according ...


Risk Meets Real Estate in New Advisor Pilot  WealthManagement.com

Should independent financial advisors help clients invest directly in real estate? RealCrowd's REAllocate is on the cusp of launching an advisor-centric platform ...


Real Estate Newsmakers  SouthCoastToday.com

Aviles earns top producer honorsDarlene Alferes, president of Alferes Realty, announced that Roy Aviles is the agency's top producer for the month of February.


Real Estate for the Afterlife  The New York Times

If the ever-soaring price of condos in New York City has your head spinning, wait until you shop for a cemetery plot. Prices for the last piece of real estate that ...


Uptown Dallas' new Park District lands another major legal tenant  Dallas News

One of Uptown Dallas' new office tower projects is inching closer to full occupancy with a major law firm lease.Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP has...


S&P Dow Jones Indices Launches Green Real Estate Index Series  Boston Real Estate Times

NEW YORK–S&P Dow Jones Indices (“S&P DJI”), the world's leading index provider, launched a new series of indices designed to represent real estate ...


CEO Of TPG Real Estate Finance Trust Weighs In On The Housing Market's 2019 Outlook (Video)  Seeking Alpha

Greta Guggenheim joined the TD Ameritrade Network to weigh in on the Housing Market. Guggenheim: Mortgage lenders have taken on a defensive posture.


Why Real Estate Investing Might Make You a Mint  The Motley Fool

At The Motley Fool, our primary investing focus is on individual stocks -- which we view as the most powerful tool out there for long-term wealth building.


Coldwell Banker Commercial Saunders Real Estate Founder and Broker Named Highest-Producing Agent in Country for Land Sales  PRUnderground

Dean Saunders Receives Four Realtors® Land Institute 2018 APEX Awards.


Sponsored Post: Reliant Real Estate has listings for you! Look for open houses this weekend  The Batavian

posted by Lisa Ace in Sponsored Post, advertisement, Reliant Real Estate, Lynn Bezon, real estate, Property for sale, Home for sale, batavia, Oakfield.


Erie County Real Estate Transactions  Buffalo News

Following are real estate transactions over $5000 as listed in records of the Erie County clerk's office for the week ending Feb. 15. ALDEN • 12906 Genesee…


Real estate firms accused of 'conspiring' to overcharge home sellers in class-action suit  Fox Business

The suit alleges anti-competitive practices that have resulted in artificially high commission levels.


White Oak Healthcare Finance Launches Real Estate Investment Vehicle with New Hires - News  ABL Advisor

White Oak Healthcare Finance, LLC announced it will broaden its product offering and enter the healthcare real estate investment market. White Oak hired Jeff ...


The next frontier in real estate technology  TechCrunch

From entertainment to transportation, technology has upended nearly every major industry — with one notable exception: real estate. Instead of disrupting the ...


Real Estate Developers Are Now Designing With Instagram in Mind  Fortune

Designer Ryan Korban has always been devoted to Instagram. An influencer himself (with some 137,000 followers), the 34-year-old New School graduate ...


Real estate giant Evergrande races to bring electric cars to China  Quartz

China's electric car market continues to grow, despite an overall slowdown in car sales. That's drawn a somewhat unusual competitor into the field: real estate ...


Fauquier County real estate transfers March 8-14  Fauquier Now

The Fauquier County Circuit Court clerk's office recorded these real estate transfers March 8-14, 2019.


Vegas Real Estate Broker Guilty of Failing to Pay US Taxes  U.S. News & World Report

LAS VEGAS (AP) — A Las Vegas real estate broker has been found guilty of evading federal income taxes that prosecutors say totaled more than $500000.


Activists: Iran purchasing real estate in Syria – Middle East Monitor  Middle East Monitor

Syrian activists in the province of Deir Ez-Zor said Iran has been purchasing properties in areas controlled by the Syrian regime in the province. Activist and ...


Coworking real-estate empire We Company announces smart cities initiative  Archinect

We Company, formerly known as WeWork, has announced plans to launch a smart cities program. Since its founding in 2010, the real-estate empire has ...


What Are the Tax Benefits of Real Estate Investing?  Motley Fool

At The Motley Fool, our primary investing focus is on individual stocks -- which we view as the most powerful tool out there for long-term wealth building.


People in Charlottesville Weigh in on Proposed Real Estate Tax Increase  NBC 29 News

Charlottesville City Council is weighing a one-cent real estate tax increase to fund affordable housing efforts.


Sequoyah Hills: The 'Great Gatsby' of Knox neighborhoods  Knoxville News Sentinel

If the characters in F. Scott Fitzgerald's 1920s novel “The Great Gatsby” lived in Knoxville, chances are they might want to live in Sequoyah Hills. With large and ...


The priciest real estate rentals in Richmond  Hoodline

This just in: the priciest listing in today's Richmond rental market is going for $3,950/month. As absurd as it may seem, it's not the only high-end listing out there.


Minnesota real estate man Kris Lindahl has a podcast, in case anyone wants that  City Pages

Do you have nine minutes to spare to listen to a real estate person prattle on about how to become a "leader"?


The Six Ingredients Of Boston's Hearty Real Estate Outlook  Forbes

Real estate may be facing a national cooling off period, but Boston's hearty market is set to weather the cold.


Emmitt Smith launches mixed-use redevelopment in southern Dallas  Dallas News

A real estate company owned by former Dallas Cowboys' star Emmitt Smith has purchased a building in South Dallas to redevelop into a mixed-use...


Notoriously expensive area tops list of hottest real estate markets in the US  AOL

The tech boom continues to drive up real estate prices in the notoriously expensive Silicon Valley and Bay Area regions of California.


Lifeafar Looks into the Future of Puerto Rico's Real Estate  Cheddar

Lifeafar is a Colombia-based real estate investment and hospitality company. Lifeafar offers a unique twist on living abroad with its short-term and long-term ...


How the Bay Area tech sector is driving KKR's real estate investment - San Francisco Business Times  San Francisco Business Times

What's driving KKR's big investments? Justin Pattner, KKR's managing director and head of real estate equity in the Americas, explains.


The Debt Shift Theory Of The Global Financial Crisis And The Great Real Estate Bubble  Forbes

Bank lending is a key to economic growth but what happens to the economy when there's a shift in the kind of loans that banks make and a shift in debt?


Star Chefs Talk About the Relationship Between Restaurants and Real Estate - How a Restaurant Can Impact New Development  Cooperator

If you have followed New York real estate news in the last few days, you have certainly heard about Hudson Yards, the much-hyped, largest private development ...


Is Vitruvio Real Estate SOCIMI, S.A. (BME:YVIT) A Healthy REIT?  Simply Wall St

Vitruvio Real Estate SOCIMI, S.A. is a €83m small-cap, real estate investment trust (REIT) based in Madrid, Spain. REITs own and operate income-generating ...


Seattle DJC.com local business news and data - Real Estate - Goodman plans 43 SEDUs by freeway  Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce

Through an LLC, Goodman Real Estate paid $2 million early last year for the 75-unit Zindorf Apartments, at 714 Seventh Ave. on First Hill. A plan by Studio ...


Read the real estate tea leaves if you need to move (sell) the property  OCRegister

Hours of prospecting, client meetings, and presentations have resulted in a new assignment. Awesome! You've carefully scrutinized each sale and lease deal.


Dozens of commercial real estate projects underway or planned for Chesterfield  Richmond.com

From apartments and hotels to mixed-use developments, developers are building or planning dozens of commercial real estate projects in Chesterfield County:


Baseball's prime real estate: 60 feet, 6 inches | Local  Rutland Herald

Baseball is a geometry teacher's delight. The game is steeped in sacred measurements. Everyone knows the bases are 90 feet apart and Red Sox fans know ...


Tech IPOs could impact San Francisco real estate, here's why  CNBC

CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on how San Francisco housing could see an impact from the rise of tech IPOs as they brings in new employees.


Real estate execs argue pied-à-terre tax would bring in less than what supporters claim  Crain's New York Business

Property and development executives think advocates for a pied-à-terre tax are starting off on the wrong foot. An analysis shared with Crain's asserts that a new ...


Commercial Real Estate Execs Arrested In Massive Bribery Scheme To Get Kids Admitted To Elite Universities  Bisnow

Commercial real estate founders and CEOs ensnared in massive bribery scheme so their kids could attend a top college.


Spring 2019 | Alexander Brothers Real Estate  The Real Deal

The Real Deal South Florida's Spring issue is live, and digital subscribers to TRD are getting the first look at what's inside.


Governor behind Lake Geneva real estate deal? | Local News  Kenosha News

A company with apparent ties to Illinois' new billionaire governor has spent nearly $7 million to purchase more than 400 acres of prime Lake Geneva real estate ...


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