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Price / acre of year round lease near Hamilton County #7865489 06/09/20 06:17 PM
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We are checking prices of hunting leases in and around Hamilton County to compare with what we are being quoted. Any info would be appreciated.

Re: Price / acre of year round lease near Hamilton County [Re: John53] #7865498 06/09/20 06:25 PM
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Lots of variables, does it have a house, water, electricity, trailer hookups and such? Is it all wooded or is it open, are there fields? Other amenities? I would say your starting price would be about $12 an acre.


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Re: Price / acre of year round lease near Hamilton County [Re: John53] #7865612 06/09/20 08:00 PM
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also size of ranch, density of hunters ...


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Re: Price / acre of year round lease near Hamilton County [Re: John53] #7865717 06/09/20 09:57 PM
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Yep, $10 - $12 unless it has something special going for it.


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Re: Price / acre of year round lease near Hamilton County [Re: John53] #7867226 06/11/20 12:06 PM
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We were paying $15 an acre for mld with a house.... went up to about 21/acre before we let it go

Re: Price / acre of year round lease near Hamilton County [Re: John53] #7869680 06/14/20 02:59 AM
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Not a lot of leases around here that I know of....A few of the larger ranches have been sold to be broke up for ranchette subdivisions...






Re: Price / acre of year round lease near Hamilton County [Re: John53] #7869741 06/14/20 05:36 AM
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Facebook price, $30 to $50 an acre. Know someone on a lease $12. We pay $10 but not Hamilton but about same distance.

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Anything less than $15 an acre is a good price. I think $15-$25 is more common; especailly if some type of lodging is included. $10 an acre places are either not good, the owner does know the market, the owner really likes the group currently leasing or some combination of things. But $10is not common for a solid place to hunt around Hamilton.


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Re: Price / acre of year round lease near Hamilton County [Re: salex] #7893944 07/08/20 07:13 AM
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Originally Posted by salex
Anything less than $15 an acre is a good price. I think $15-$25 is more common; especailly if some type of lodging is included. $10 an acre places are either not good, the owner does know the market, the owner really likes the group currently leasing or some combination of things. But $10is not common for a solid place to hunt around Hamilton.


Agree. You have several metro areas who can travel there easily. And the land topography is different from many areas.

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