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I REPRESENT A SOLID FARMING CLIENT WHO IS READY AND ABLE TO PURCHASE FARMLAND ANYWHERE IN ZORRA TOWNSHIP, OXFORD COUNTY.

THE PROPERTY NEEDN'T BE IN ONE BLOCK & CAN RANGE FROM 30 TO 200 ACRES IN SIZE, DRAINAGE IMPROVED PROPERTIES WITH A HIGH PERCENTAGE OF WORKABLE LAND IS PREFERRED. CLOSING CAN BE ARRANGED TO BE AS SOON AS LEGALLY POSSIBLE & A SELLER MAY NEGOTIATE, TO REMAIN IN THE HOUSE BEYOND THE AGREED CLOSING DATE.
ALL REPLIES SHALL BE HELD IN STRICT CONFIDENCE.

PLEASE DO NOT REPLY HERE ON THIS OPEN CHAT FORUM,

BUT CONTACT ALISTER MACLEAN CCIM. NCA.(UK)  REALTOR/Sales Representative with

SUTTON GROUP SELECT REALTY INC., BROKERAGE 519-860-4113 OR EMAIL amaclean@ccim.net

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