Sales and prices rise for small tracts of land in Texas

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06/13/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

The popularity continues to grow for purchasing small tracts of land in Texas for recreation or commercial endeavors. The number of sales and average price per acre went up in 2015, while the average tract size went down. 

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Infographic with Texas small-land-sales statistics

Categories: Land, farm, ranch
Tags: land sales


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Dorothy Wanko on 06/16/2016

Are these sales tied to the production of marijuana?  Just guessing feels like it is getting to be the 60’s again.  Land values increase, medical marijuana is legal, a cotton gin soon to handle marijuana.  I would say, Yes!


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