When buying a rural property, farm or homestead there are a lot more details involved in the buying and contract process. I want all of my clients to be well protected and informed when buying this type of property. Because there are a lot of properties around the Texas Hill Country such as Tierra Linda Ranch, this is an important topic.« Continue »
What Can I Expect When Purchasing an Older Home?
Often, people who are looking to save money on a home purchase may choose older homes as opposed to new construction. There are other perks to older homes, too. For instance, they’re usually in well-established neighborhoods and tend to have more character than your modern “cookie cutter” variety. However, be aware that although buying an older home can initially be more cost effective, the dollar signs may start piling up once you move in.« Continue »
Selling a farm or ranch land is slightly different from a single-family house on a smaller lot in town. There are different ways to market the ranch, unique ways of marketing and listing it and different taxations of the farm or ranch assets.« Continue »
Owning a piece of land – a piece of American wilderness; an equestrian property, acres of land, a ranch house – Whatever it may be, the desire is there but you want to do it wisely.
Rolling grassland, live water, hill country views; this becomes the dream of a lot of people moving to Texas and especially the hill country. The hill country is defined as a “25-country region of Central and South Texas featuring tall, rugged hills consisting of thin layers of soil atop limestone or granite.” It’s ideal for ranches, equestrian property, and farmland. Whether you’re moving from the big city or just want a little more land, start at TexasforSale.net for the ultimate tips to ranch living and buying as well as the newest listings in the area. « Continue »