Why Is it a Great Time to Invest in Texas Land?
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Why Is it a Great Time to Invest in Texas Land?

Valor Farm | Pilot Point, TX. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Texas land is in worldwide demand because of our strong economy and the accompanying corporate relocations. It is a year-round market. The rate on return is currently one of the best investment opportunities. 

Cow House Creek Ranch | Pottsville, TX

Cow House Creek Ranch, 13670 FM 218 Pottsville 76565, Harlan Ray, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's ranches for sale in Hamilton County TX-creek view

Texas is rated as one of the best states to do business, and large companies are attracted to relocate to the state. This ongoing positive growth results in making Texas a desirable place to own real estate with the potential for healthy appreciation. In addition, agriculture production in Texas is among the top in the nation, supporting stable land values. 

With record-low interest rates, there has never been a better time to invest in Texas and, in particular, D-FW real estate. 

Old Glory Ranch | Old Glory, TX

Old Glory Ranch, 0 CR 235 79540, Dax Pass, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's luxury homes for sale in Old Glory-sun set

Sound reasons to invest include: inflation “hedge,” appreciation in values, annual cash flows (outperforms many other investment options), growing demand from emerging markets, recreational uses, location convenience and other investment qualities.

Freestone County Ranch | Wortham, TX

Freestone County Ranch, 1710 FM 27 Wortham 76693, James Sammons III, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's ranches for sale in Wortham TX-lake and house

Demand continues to grow for land that is a smart portfolio addition. Well-run working ranches can yield 1 to 3 percent of income annually. Class A ranches in Texas and Oklahoma with profitable cattle operations and wildlife habitats weathered the financial crisis and recovered quickly. The reasons for their increase in value include rising commodity prices, a limited supply of properties and deep-pocketed owners. 

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