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Moving back home, looking for a new place in Texas #7408591 01/19/19 01:25 AM
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Probably going to settle in in vicinity of Ellis/Tarrant County. Looking for a nice place to hunt and fish, but also potentially build a house and settle on. That said, the price of land in that area is pretty doggone high.

Any ideas where to go? Or maybe a good area to look at a lease to hunt on temporarily. If I can't do it in that area, how far must I travel to find it at a price a working stiff can afford?


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What is your budget for house and land? I am 100 miles out and it is $3,000 an acre for pasture land. No cover is less but no hunting.

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I would like to get 20 acres or more, with a tank. Ideally under $100,000 and at least under $200,000 for a piece of property. I am not looking for something with a house on it and etc, just a little piece of freedom. Doesn't need to be perfect, but would be nice if it has a tank on it that generally fills up most every year other than during a draught. Land with homes on it like I want seems to be about a half million dollars, can't do that right now because my wife is going to UTA and we'll be renting in or near Arlington. Might just buy a house there and put the land on the backburner until she finishes, sell and start over.


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Here is one source out of many, enter your particulars in the appropriate boxes.
This allows you to search any county or region even properties near many cities.

---> Lands of Tx <---

I'd always search for a little more land and at a slightly higher price, like set max at 100 acres, price range $120,000 or up to $240,000 to begin with.
Narrow it down when you find a county or area that interests you.



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