Tag: Texas

timberland tract for sale in Chambers County, Texas

Broker of the Week: Greg Gonsoulin, Texas Home and Ranch

This week's largest recorded land sale, according to data available through the Lands of America Comparable Sale program, was of a 5,362-acre timberland tract in Chambers County, Texas. Congratulations to Texas Home and Ranch's Greg Gonsoulin, who brokered the sale. 

Broker of the Week: Chip Cole & Associates, Ranch Brokers

Listed as sold on November 12, 2018, Rancho Buena Vista occupies a landscape of rolling hills and long canyons in the rugged desert terrain of far-west Texas, about an hour east of El Paso.

Texas 2018 Third Quarter Land Market Report

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

View of Winchell River Ranch, for sale in Brown County, Texas

Listing of the Week: Winchell River Ranch is a Classic Cross Timbers Ranch

Winchell River Ranch is a classic Texas Cross Timbers hunting and agricultural ranch that overlooks approximately two-and-a-half miles of the Colorado River between Brownwood and Brady.

Apache Creek Ranch, for sale in Medina County, Texas

On the Cover: Apache Creek Ranch

Apache Creek is an exquisite ranch and a haven for whitetail and exotics. It has two lakes, frontage on Hondo Creek, gorgeous topography, cattle working pens, irrigated fields and a beautiful home.

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Lands of America October 2018 Land News & Trends

Among over 85,000 new properties listed for sale in October 2018, an $81-million dairy operation in the country's biggest dairy-producing county plus a 58,000-deeded-acre Montana ranch are among the month's most notable new land additions.

Listing of the Week: Estancia on the Brazos

Estancia on the Brazos is without a doubt one of the most breathtaking ranches in all of Washington County. This property is truly one of a kind. The ranch has long views of the Brazos River and surrounding countryside with a combination of rolling pastureland and heavily-treed areas for wildlife habitat.

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A Primer on Federal Takings

The lessons learned in South Texas as border wall construction proceeds is an ongoing case study of federal taking for landowners throughout the nation.

A Shine to Wine: Texas Landowners Look to Vineyards as Alternative to Cropland

Over the past 35 years, scores of individuals have established vineyards and wineries across Texas, some looking for an alternative crop for existing farmland, others pursuing a lifelong desire to operate their own winery.

William Chris Vineyards, Texas Hill Country wine

Becoming Truly Texas: William Chris Vineyards in Texas Hill Country

We have a responsibility to steward and take care of the ground. For some this may be the yard at their house, for others it could be a 2,000-acre wheat pasture. For Chris Brundrett, it is the grape vines growing on his property in the heart of the Texas Hill Country.