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For Buyers

For Buyers

Navigating the waters when purchasing a new home can be a daunting task.  At Horsley Real Estate, our company has over 40+ years of experience and 30+ agents who are here to help.  We find a lot of buyers have problems with navigating between which counties and areas would best suit them.  At Horsley Real Estate, our motto is “We sell a Lifestyle.”  When getting to know our buyers, we listen to the things you say, but also ask the questions to help us find the right property together.  Buyers might say, I want to downsize, yet need space for 15+ family members.  Or say, I will never own a house with brick siding, but this view can’t be beat with this location.  We pay attention to the small details as we work with you to find your next home adventure.  At the end of the sale, we want our buyers to be happy, as we all live together in these small communities.  Happy neighbors and happy new friends!

Counties

  • Lancaster

    Lancaster County... absolutely stunning waterfront, fresh local seafood and beautiful small towns.

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  • Northumberland

    Northumberland County, a Chesapeake Bay treasure in the heart of the Northern Neck

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  • Middlesex

    Beautiful waterways of the Chesapeake Bay, Rappahannock River, Piankatank River, Fishing Bay and many lovely tranquil creeks

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  • Mathews

    Mathews County, known as the land of "Happy homes and fertile farms on smiling waters"

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  • Gloucester

    Gloucester County, the hub of the Middle Peninsula, with many scenic Chesapeake Bay tributaries

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  • Richmond

    In the heart of Northern Neck with miles of frontage on the Rappahannock River, Richmond County has a small town feel with historic charm.

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  • Westmoreland

    Rich in history and the largest county in the Northern Neck with beautiful waterfront on the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers

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  • Essex

    Essex County, a land of pastoral rural beauty along the Rappahannock River

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  • King & Queen

    King and Queen County is off the beaten path, with abundant forests, farmlands, rivers and streams

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  • New Kent

    New Kent County is included in the Greater Richmond Region with 20,000 people, 223 miles of beautiful lands and 14 miles of waterfront primarily on the Chickahominy River and other waterways.

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  • Chesterfield County

    Chesterfield County

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