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How fast the 68 acres was leased #8359374 08/22/21 03:55 PM
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The land next to mine in Falls county, S. of Waco ---------- put up his ad Thur night at 10 pm --(craiglist I think)------- by 9am on Fri morning he had 16 calls. Took the ad down, leased to the first person that looked at it,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 68 acres, 2 hunters at $1500 each. In reality only about 25 acres of the land is huntable. Seems that demand far outstrips supply.

Re: How fast the 68 acres was leased [Re: booskay] #8359416 08/22/21 04:23 PM
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It has been like that for years now. If the lease is close or within close proximity to a large city or town, it will go fast.


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