Tag: land value

Changes in Texas Rural Land Prices 2010-2021

Texas Land Market Activity Accelerates: First Half 2021

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the first half of 2021.

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Texas Land Markets Are on Fire: First Quarter 2021

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the first quarter of 2021.

Texas Land Markets: Fourth Quarter 2020

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the fourth quarter of 2020.

Texas Land Markets: Post Remarkable Recovery from the COVID Pandemic

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the third quarter of 2020.

Texas Rural Land Prices 2010–2020

Texas Land Markets: Struggling Through the Pandemic

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets for the second quarter of 2020.

Texas Rural Land Prices 2010–2020

Texas Land Markets: Wandering the Wilderness!

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the first quarter of 2020.

Texas Land Markets Find Another Gear

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the fourth quarter 2019.

Texas Land Markets in the Third Quarter of 2019

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the third quarter of 2019.

Steady as She Goes! Texas Land Markets in the Second Quarter of 2019

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the second quarter of 2019.

Prosperity Rules: Texas Land Markets in the First Quarter of 2019

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the first quarter of 2019.

Texas land markets forecast for 2019

2019: Uncertain Times in Texas Land Markets

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for 2019.

Texas 2018 Third Quarter Land Market Report

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the third quarter 2018.

Tracking the Trend in Land Values

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.

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Notes from the Field: It’s Time to GIS—Get It Surveyed!

A detailed look at what to expect from a land survey of your property, and why it's so important to conduct a thorough survey with the help of a qualified land professional.

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Impacts of Brush Management on Land Values

When it comes to brush work, it’s been said that you should know your plants, know their values and know how to manipulate them. So, as a land owner, don't simply focus on goals that only suit the needs of today but consider how to best preserve or enhance your land values for tomorrow.

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How Much is an Acre of Land Worth?

How much is land worth in your state? We take a look at how to understand price-per-acre values for land at a local and national level.

Report: Texas Land Markets at the Beginning of 2017

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.

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Is Now an Opportune Time to Purchase Land?

Predicting return on investment when purchasing land can be hard to nail down. While no one can truly predict what the ROI of an investment will be, looking to industry indicators is a good start when choosing where to place your hard earned money.

Source: Real Estate Center Texas A&M University

Texas 2016 Land Market Report

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.

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