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06/03/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

Would you like to own a piece of Texas? What about 20 acres of it? If so, you would be among the thousands of landowners this year who purchased a small tract of land in Texas (yes, 20 acres is small by our standards).  

So, how much does a small tract of land cost in different regions of the state? Find out in the 2015 Texas Small Land Sales Report. This 18-page report from the Texas Association of REALTORS® explains how small land sales differ across the state by price and size. 

If you have questions about buying or selling land in Texas, contact a Texas REALTOR® who specializes in land sales.

Categories: Buyers
Tags: land sales, farm and ranch, market data, texas small land sales report, land


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