Tag: TEXAS LAND magazine

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Ready, Aim, Fire

Strategic planning for your land sales business boils down to a few simple steps: set clear, written goals (ready), identify the specific activities to get you there (aim), then execute the plan (fire). Top agents who do take time to strategically plan have a more predictable business and, consequently, they operate with more clarity.

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Listing of the Week: Hook, Dine and Linger at Bluffs Landing

A sportsman's dream in Corpus Christi provides a unique opportunity to own a significant piece of Texas Coastal Paradise.

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The Pleasures & Treasures of Owning Rural Lands in Texas

With some 96 percent of the Texas landscape being held by private ownership, let’s look at some of the pleasures and treasures that are reflective of today’s interest in owning a piece of Texas.

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Summer 2018 Texas Land & Lifestyle Trends

Our snapshot of the latest sporting goods, gear and more for Texas land aficionados, from bow sights and custom flies to small game cookbooks and game mounts.

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Fish It Forward: Meet Veteran Angler Chuck Naiser

Chuck Naiser has fished coastal waters for more than 50 years. His passion for his sport, and for the coastal resources he loves, has evolved into a fierce determination to make a difference for the next generation who will enjoy these waters long after he is gone.

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The Border Wall: Protecting Our Country or Dividing Our Interests?

Because the far-reaching impacts of the proposed Border Wall can’t be accurately distilled into a sound bite, a headline or a Tweet, the Texas Wildlife Association is hosting “The Wall: Protecting Our Country or Dividing Our Interests?”

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Putting Clients’ Needs First: Republic Ranches

The Republic Ranches team puts the clients’ needs above every other consideration. They live it and breathe it—every day and in every situation.

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The Quest of McKenna Quinn to Make the Perfect Upland Shirt for Women

Meet Amber Haynes, founder of women's upland fashion shop McKenna Quinn. Starting with shirts, the company is expanding into hunting pants and style accessories for ladies who love to hunt game birds and shoot clays.

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Quail Fellowship: A Discussion with Phil Lamb

A discussion with Phil Lamb, a man with a passion not just for the outdoors, but for taking care of and stewarding the resources as best he can.

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What the New Tax Law Means for Agriculture & Rural Landowners

The largest overhaul of the U.S. tax code in three decades went into effect this year, impacting farmers, ranchers and other rural landowners in a variety of ways. For the most part, financial experts anticipate benefits for these groups.