Ryan Reddinger

Meet Ryan Reddinger, your local rural real estate and land specialist in Northwestern Pennsylvania. Born and raised in Clarion County, Ryan's passion for the land and the outdoors took hold at an early age. He has been a realtor since 2018 and quickly started specializing in rural real estate and land. He builds his reputation with honesty, respectfulness, hard work, and dedication. Over the years, Ryan has helped numerous buyers and sellers and has experience in nearly every sector of rural real estate, including timberland, hunting properties, recreational properties, farmland, commercial properties, and rural homes.  Ryan has a Bachelor's degree from Kent State University and comes from a construction/natural resource background. He also owns and operates an aerial photography business that helps him showcase listings more effectively and free of charge. His client's greatest assets are his attention to detail and attitude to better himself constantly. He enjoys working with clients and looks forward to helping you find your favorite place.

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Ryan did a tremendous job selling our land. It was very easy for us. He did all of the work.
Seller Butler County, PA
Ryan did an excellent job, start to finish! I would highly recommend him to anybody!
Seller Crawford County, PA
We dreamed of owning our own property and have been saving for years. Having never purchased a piece of land before, we were uneducated on the process of purchasing undeveloped land. We found a property that we thought would be a good fit for us, and contacted Ryan. Ryan was extremely kind, responsive, and knowledgeable. He walked us through step by step, and was very patient as he guided us and answered all of our questions we had along the way. We were prepared for the process to be very lengthy and challenging, however, we were pleasantly surprised with how smoothly the purchase of our property went. We are both very thankful that we were able to work with Ryan and would highly recommend Ryan Reddinger with Mossy Oak Properties. We have him to thank for future memories to be made and enjoyed on our own piece of dirt, finally. Thanks again Ryan for everything that you have done for us. Sincerely, The Kufen's - party of 5
Buyer Armstrong County, PA

Land for Sale by Ryan Reddinger

Crawford County, PA
One of a kind! This generational, turn key property offers some of the best hunting and recreation in the Commonwealth. The property features a 6.1 acre, stocked, private lake with duck blind, 1.4 miles of trout stream frontage, miles of trails, unpa...
609.33± Acres
Clarion County, PA
This turn key recreational property is a must see. 179 +/- acres in the heart of Western Pennsylvania. Travel up the gated driveway and you'll find a 3 bed 2 bath residence/camp with a sizable front porch overlooking 2 large, stocked ponds. The prope...
179± Acres
Warren County, PA
Stunning views over the quiet town of Sheffield and up the valleys. Big acreage bordering the Allegheny National Forest. Property boasts harvestable timber and also has a bit of diversity with a cut done that promotes wildlife habitat. Property has a...
158.7± Acres
Mercer County, PA
Beautiful farm in a quiet country setting. The home on the property is a 3 bedroom 1.5 bath. The barns, constructed out of wood, are 50x80 and 40x50 with 7 individual stalls, grain stalls, electric, water and gas. There is also a 30x80 Lean to, pavil...
49.08± Acres
New Listing
Venango County, PA
Stunning 150+/- acres located in Venango County on quiet, country Falls Rd. This property is predominantly wooded with timber just reaching maturity and approximately 30 acres of beaver ponds along Beatty Run. A beautiful run, featuring waterfalls an...
150± Acres
Under Contract
Clarion County, PA
Large investment type property that borders the Clarion River for over a mile! This property is heavily wooded with great deer sign and has a couple of runs that cut through the property on their way to the river. The property is directly bordered by...
148± Acres

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