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2021 Texas Rural Land Value Trends


Posted: May 16, 2022 by Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper

Originally posted by Tiffany Dowell for Texas A&M Agrilife Extension

This report breaks Texas into seven regions and then each region is broken into smaller sub-regions.  The report then offers information regarding land prices and leasing rates for various types of property from irrigated cropland to rangeland to CRP land.  Additionally, this is the only publication I am aware of that publishes average hunting lease rates for the Lone Star State.

Here is an example of the data collected for each sub-region.  This information is for the Northern Panhandle and South Plains sub-regions.


Similar data is available for each region in Texas.

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