Where to learn about land sales in your market

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06/06/2014 | Author: Ward Lowe

Looking for a little wide-open space for a vacation home or investment property? You're not alone. Sales of small tracts of land are increasing across Texas. But what are the trends where you live? And what's the average price per acre in your market? 

Find out in the Texas Small Land Sales Report. This 15-page PDF breaks down the sales numbers and prices for each region of the state, providing the data you need to learn about your land market.

Of course, when you're ready to buy, you'll need an expert to guide you through the process. That's when you contact a Texas REALTOR® who specializes in land sales.

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


Tyler on 06/06/2014

Interesting Read, especially for Region 4 in Texas, average price
of $6968 per acre and 28% of all sales in Texas.  Larger tracts
of land are harder to find closer towards the Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex.

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