Equestrian Expert Carol Shuttleworth
Whether you live in San Diego, other parts of California, or any place in the world…if you are interested in an equestrian property you need to speak to the number one equestrian property expert, Carol Shuttleworth. Here’s why…
Let’s Start with the Facts…Straight from the Horse’s Mouth
California Equestrian Properties Working to meet California’s equestrian needs.
The real estate market could be equated to a show jumping course—it’s full of hurdles and challenges, big and small. But like a course, with the right guidance and preparation, a clear round is always possible. That’s why it’s important to have a knowledgeable and experienced real estate professional in the symbolic saddle.Carol Shuttleworth founded Shuttleworth Equestrian Properties nine years ago as a way to combine her love of horses with her 25 years of experience in real estate. Now Shuttleworth Equestrian Properties is forming California Equestrian Properties. California Equestrian Properties has been created with Carol’s husband, Ken Shuttleworth, as Broker. Ken is a CCIM – the highest investment property designation achievable through the National Association of Realtors. He also has vast experience with equestrian properties. “A horse owner looking to buy or sell a horse facility should not have to call a real estate company and ask ‘Does anyone know something about horse property?” With California Equestrian Properties all of our clients can be confident that any one of our specialists can provide them with expertise and special marketing skills needed to sell or find their perfect horse property.” Together the agents at California Equestrian Properties have over 40 years of combined experience in equestrian properties alone. California Equestrian Properties specializes in all types of horse properties: ranches, equestrian estates, riding and equestrian centers as well as commercial and investment properties. “We are very fortunate in that we have a very unique pool of experience to pull from,” explains Carol. “Each one of us has a special knowledge of the different aspects of equestrian properties, so we have all our bases covered. In other words, if you are looking for a property to train hunter or jumpers on, the site would need different amenities than a facility for reining or dressage. We understand that.” While California Equestrian Properties covers all of California, their experts are particularly familiar with the horse communities in San Diego County, southern Orange Country and southwestern Riverside County. Carol says that whether buying or selling property in today’s real estate market, it’s important to have confidence in the real estate professional involved. Their mission is to provide the highest standard of excellence to each of their clients.
For more information on California Equestrian Properties visitwww.CaliforniaEquestrianProperties.com or call the toll free number at 888-363-0999.