Have an old barn for sale? This is the place to list it!
Maybe you are looking for that great old barn that will make your homestead complete. This is where you will find it. It is free to list.
Here are a few guidelines for you to follow that will help you sell your barn faster.
Please read the guidelines below carefully.
We reserve the right to delete postings that have incomplete information.
1. Great pictures: Be sure to post some really good pictures of your barn. Two pictures of the outside and two of the inside. Get a close up of the beams. Get an over all view of the outside preferably from one corner of your barn.
2. A Great story: Does your barn have some unique history? Share it! A great story will go a long way toward selling your barn above the others.
3. Dimensions: Include any dimensions that will help your visitors determine if your barn is the barn for them.
What are the over all outside dimensions?
Does your barn have a hay loft? How big is it?
How big are beams? Are they 8x8 or 10x10? bigger? smaller?
Does your barn have granaries? How big are they?
4. Are the beams hand hewn or rough sawn? or Is it a plank built barn?
5. Do you know what year it was built?
6. Does it need any repair work, or replacement pieces?
7. Does the barn need to be moved or are you selling the property with it?
8. How much time will you allow for removal of your barn?
9. Anything else you feel is important to know about your barn?
Please note: All submissions must have at least one picture, a minimum of 100 words describing the barn, and contact information in the body of the listing.
List your old barn for sale here.
There is no charge for your listing.
Please be as descriptive as possible and include as many details as you can.
Listings with pictures will be given higher priority than those without.
Include details such as, size of beams, type of siding, (plank, board and batten, ship lap, or tongue and groove)size of the (barn example 40x60) type of framing (timber frame, plank, etc.)
Any special features in the barn?
Is there any structural damage?
Is the roof leaking?
What kind of roof does it have?
Be sure to include anything that might be helpful.
Important note. If your barn is in really bad shape it will be to expensive to repair it. Be sure to price it accordingly.
If your barn needs to be demolished because it isn't insurable then it probably isn't a good candidate to sell.
If this is the case and you just want your barn to be removed and its wood reclaimed then it would be best to offer your barn for free to remove, even consider paying someone to remove it.
A barn salvage job has high labor and equipment costs. Most respectable barn reclamation companies charge a fee for the removal on top of whatever they make from the wood.
The fee is generally lower than a "crash and burn" demolition and it releases you from the insurance burden.
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