Infographic: Rural Land Values & Uses Across the U.S.
Land uses and values vary significantly across the United States’ 3.8-million-square-mile landmass. From farming and ranching to mining and recreational use, here’s a snapshot from Land And Farm about how America uses its land.
The Land.com Network is the largest online marketplace for the purchase and sale of rural land and real estate. The network includes online marketplaces LandsofAmerica.com, LandandFarm.com and LandWatch.com, plus the LAND Magazines publications, LAND and TEXAS LAND magazines.
While Webster’s New World Dictionary defines a ranch as “a large farm, especially in the Western U.S., for raising cattle, horses, or sheep,” the fact is that this traditional definition of a ranch only scratches the surface of what transpires on many of today’s larger western properties.
It’s no wonder real estate is complex and buyers are discerning in the state of Colorado. Regional farm and ranch markets are vast and values vary considerably depending on a multitude of factors, perhaps most significantly, water.