Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the fourth quarter 2019.
Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the third quarter of 2019.
Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the second quarter of 2019.
We’re excited to announce the arrival of the brand-new Lands of America website, which has been fully redesigned to provide a faster, more effective browsing experience for buyers and sellers of rural land and property across the United States.
Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the first quarter of 2019.
Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for 2019.
Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the third quarter 2018.
Have you wondered what your land is worth? The only way to truly know its value is to have hard data on market trends. Fortunately, that kind of information is available thanks to a friendship forged over 50 years ago.
Greg Simons’ quarterly column focuses on the enterprise aspects of wildlife-based recreation that takes place on private lands across the country.
Texas land prices reached a new high in the first quarter of 2017. However, deflated prices have essentially remained rather flat since 2015. These first quarter results indicate that current market dynamics reflect a more measured environment compared to the accelerated growth in 2013-14.
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.
Following the robust price recovery from 2012 through 2013 when prices surged by 7 to 10.5 percent annually, Texas land markets seem to have taken a break.
By the end of the third quarter, Texas land markets had shaken off the drag inspired by low oil prices ...
Despite continuing turmoil in the oil patch, Texas land markets managed to post a small price gain in the second quarter of 2016, moving up just short of 2.5 percent to $2,500 per acre from the 2015 year-end price of $2,441 per acre.
Final year-end results indicate that 2015 Texas land market price trends slowed considerably.
Since 2010, all segments of Texas land markets have prospered with rising prices and increasing interest.
According to our recent survey of land buyers and sellers, land prices in 2016 are on the rise in most ...
The results are in from our 2016 Land Market Outlook survey. Nearly 1,000 land buyers, sellers, and brokers sent in ...
A look a regional farm and land values for spring 2016
With farmland values rising consistently over the past 10 years, and exploding in some us regions such as the corn ...