LAND Magazines

LAND Magazines are the publications for people who love land—buying it, selling it, analyzing it or just reading about it. Find out more at www.land.com/magazines.

A Look at a Legacy Auction

Any cattle feeder, or successful investor for that matter, can attest that the biggest rewards often come when you are willing to assume a bit of risk.

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Robert Dullnig: The Work Ethic of Success

Meet Robert Dullnig of San Antonio's Kuper Sotheby's International Realty, 2016's Texas LAND Star winner with total sales of $118.8 million.

Summer 2017 Texas Trends

Our snapshot of what's trending in Texas land industry and lifestyle.

On the Cover: Dos Angeles Ranch

The 11,889-acre Dos Angeles Ranch is located in Kinney County. The life blood of the ranch is provided by three miles of beautiful Pinto Creek which meanders through the property in a southwesterly direction.

Summer Issue of TEXAS LAND Magazine on Newsstands Now!

The summer 2017 issue of TEXAS LAND magazine is now available! Focused on the sporting life, the issue includes features on Blaser's new F16 shotguns, dove and quail hunting, plus showcase features on some of Texas' most beautiful property and ranches for sale.

Opinion: 453 is better than 1031

Congress is looking into the idea of changing IRC Section 1031. There are options to a 1031 exchange and in some ways, even a better option than a 1031 itself. The answer can be found in IRC Section 453.

LANDscape: Spring 2017

Our selection of intriguing properties featured on LandsofAmerica.com

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Welcome Home: Sunlit Architecture Company Profile

Sunlit Architecture, a long-established firm located in Crested Butte, Colorado, specializes in high-end custom residences and resort-oriented architecture.

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Land and its Many Changes

With changing market trends and product demand, landowners continue to reinvent their properties to better serve their need for an increase in returns.

Bexar, Leather, Texas

Spring 2017 LAND Trends

Our snapshot of what's trending in the land industry and lifestyle.

The Guadalupe River: A Comprehensive Overview

The name Guadalupe has been applied to the present river, at least in its lower course, since 1689, when the stream was so named by Alonso De León.

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The History of the “War-Welding Cowboy”

A look at the history of the Texas ranch welder, from the post-Civil War years up to today's skilled and creative artisans.

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How to Sell Your Land

As you contemplate selling your ranch or land, it is important to have an understanding of the process ahead of you. Here is advice on selling your ranch or land from a 30-year veteran.

Conquering the Land: Skiing Colorado’s Elk Mountain Grand Traverse

The Elk Mountain Grand Traverse is an annual endurance ski race starting in Crested Butte, Colorado, at midnight, finishing in Aspen the next day.

Red Fox: History, Habitats & Habits

If you live in any of the lower 48 states, Canada or Alaska, at least one of the five North American fox species is your neighbor.

Great Land Brokers Believe in Value Added

The business world has changed dramatically and all occupations regardless of profession must adapt.

12 Awesome Texas-Themed Holiday Gift Ideas

The editors of TEXAS LAND magazine have picked out some of their favorite holiday gift ideas with a heaping of Lone Star State charisma, style and form.

Listing of the Week: Gray Hackle Ranch near Durango, Colorado

Year-End Tax Prep: 5 Tips for Landowners

As the year winds down, you’re probably already thinking about your New Year’s resolutions. If one of them is to keep better track of your finances, this is the time to look back at your records and prepare for tax season or a major purchase.

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Jane Long: Mother of Texas

Most Texans know her name. She’s the “Mother of Texas.” Unfortunately, that’s usually all they know about Jane Long.

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How to Manage Hunters and Guests on Your Land

Permitting hunters and recreational guests on your property involves personal interaction. Personal interaction generally escalates into person problems. This fact was borne out in a recent statement by a landowner. “I don’t mind the hunting as much as I do the hunters.”