When you decide to buy a ranch, you’re making a significant investment. One of the first things to consider is whether your ranch will be used primarily as a retreat for your family or for producing income through cattle, mineral rights and hunting leases, for instance. Even if your primary purpose is pleasure vs. business, your ranch should produce enough income to cover maintenance.
Twin Mountain Ranch | Gordon, TX
Find knowledgeable sources to ask questions and listen to their opinions. Simultaneously read about ranches on the market and visit the ones that pique your interest. It will lead to an excitement and anticipation of owning your own ranch.
Wyldewood Farm | Denison, TX
You can invest in a ranch for many reasons. You might be drawn to the history of the land, such as with the W.T. Waggoner Ranch, which has operated since 1849. You might want to hunt, raise horses or spend time with family in a beautiful rural setting. Determine your goal first. Then visit possible properties and explore the surrounding towns and attractions – anything that contributes to the character and your enjoyment of the area.
President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.