Check for a Location field for Lot Size and change it to Acres from SqFt - if that option is available. You might need to include the Land Option and possibly even the Farm Option. You'll also need to include "Patience" as acreages might not have been entered under the same section each time. If you are searching mid Vancouver Island and still running into walls, you may need to contact a RE/MAX office nearest the, or one of, the areas and speak to the REALTOR available who can provide more specific information given the address, or arrange for a viewing at a time suitable to you and the Seller. Hope that was of some help to you.
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