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What Would You Pay For 1 Acre
Oct 6, 2021 19:00:25   #
Wolf counselor Loc: Heart of Texas
 
What could you do with a full acre of land in Texas ?

Well of course, that would certainly depend on exactly where in Texas this 1 Acre is located.

For instance, if you had a full acre of land in the Rio Grande valley, you could build a home, and a barn and have enough room to have a large garden and a henhouse.

But what could you do with 1acre if it was located way out west in the Texas Chihuahuan Desert ?

Well if you're resourceful, you can do the exact same thing you could do with the valley land.

And many resourceful Texans are doing just that right now.

Desert landscape doesn't offer much in the way of fertile ground or ample sources of water.

Despite these facts, the desert land has value that has until recently been unnoticed.

Now that most of the US is becoming a Socialist country, states like Texas become more appealing to those who prefer the American dream.

So this means that every square inch of Texas, no matter if it's desert or valley or hill country or the Texas plains, is on a steady trend upwards in regard to value.

But right now you can grab some of west Texas at around $1000 bucks an acre.

My brother and I invested years ago and we both have acreage near Van Horn Texas.

There are literally thousands and thousands of acres for sale in west Texas so I included a link where if you scroll down you will see lots of great deals on west Texas land.

So if you live in a socialist shit hole and you want to break free, you are welcome here in the Lone Star State

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.landsoftexas.com/amp/Van-Horn-TX/all-land/

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Oct 6, 2021 19:05:34   #
Milosia2 Loc: Cleveland Ohio
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
What could you do with a full acre of land in Texas ?

Well of course, that would certainly depend on exactly where in Texas this 1 Acre is located.

For instance, if you had a full acre of land in the Rio Grande valley, you could build a home, and a barn and have enough room to have a large garden and a henhouse.

But what could you do with 1acre if it was located way out west in the Texas Chihuahuan Desert ?

Well if you're resourceful, you can do the exact same thing you could do with the valley land.

And many resourceful Texans are doing just that right now.

Desert landscape doesn't offer much in the way of fertile ground or ample sources of water.

Despite these facts, the desert land has value that has until recently been unnoticed.

Now that most of the US is becoming a Socialist country, states like Texas become more appealing to those who prefer the American dream.

So this means that every square inch of Texas, no matter if it's desert or valley or hill country or the Texas plains, is on a steady trend upwards in regard to value.

But right now you can grab some of west Texas at around $1000 bucks an acre.

My brother and I invested years ago and we both have acreage near Van Horn Texas.

There are literally thousands and thousands of acres for sale in west Texas so I included a link where if you scroll down you will see lots of great deals on west Texas land.

So if you live in a socialist shit hole and you want to break free, you are welcome here in the Lone Star State

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.landsoftexas.com/amp/Van-Horn-TX/all-land/
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Did you intentionally leave out the part about how the Texans have had it with
Texas. The are leaving at astronomical rates.
This I guess is because they were not happy there.

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Oct 6, 2021 19:20:28   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Did you intentionally leave out the part about how the Texans have had it with
Texas. The are leaving at astronomical rates.
This I guess is because they were not happy there.


Stupid is as stupid does. Then why is it that Texas gained to seats in the House of Representatives. Increase in population. Got it now.

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Oct 6, 2021 19:40:24   #
steve66613
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Did you intentionally leave out the part about how the Texans have had it with
Texas. The are leaving at astronomical rates.
This I guess is because they were not happy there.


You do know that nuts, fruits and flakes are moving from Commiefornia TO Texas….. https://apnews.com/press-release/prodigy-news/texas-business-census-2020-science-0d436b250dc07111bff4b4f6cdd6682b

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Oct 6, 2021 20:15:22   #
2bltap Loc: Move to the Mainland
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Did you intentionally leave out the part about how the Texans have had it with
Texas. The are leaving at astronomical rates.
This I guess is because they were not happy there.


The only reason they would leave is because of the tremendous amount of crimes by illegal immigrants and those that are more likely than not progressives.

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Oct 6, 2021 20:56:27   #
Canuckus Deploracus Loc: North of the wall
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
What could you do with a full acre of land in Texas ?

Well of course, that would certainly depend on exactly where in Texas this 1 Acre is located.

For instance, if you had a full acre of land in the Rio Grande valley, you could build a home, and a barn and have enough room to have a large garden and a henhouse.

But what could you do with 1acre if it was located way out west in the Texas Chihuahuan Desert ?

Well if you're resourceful, you can do the exact same thing you could do with the valley land.

And many resourceful Texans are doing just that right now.

Desert landscape doesn't offer much in the way of fertile ground or ample sources of water.

Despite these facts, the desert land has value that has until recently been unnoticed.

Now that most of the US is becoming a Socialist country, states like Texas become more appealing to those who prefer the American dream.

So this means that every square inch of Texas, no matter if it's desert or valley or hill country or the Texas plains, is on a steady trend upwards in regard to value.

But right now you can grab some of west Texas at around $1000 bucks an acre.

My brother and I invested years ago and we both have acreage near Van Horn Texas.

There are literally thousands and thousands of acres for sale in west Texas so I included a link where if you scroll down you will see lots of great deals on west Texas land.

So if you live in a socialist shit hole and you want to break free, you are welcome here in the Lone Star State

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.landsoftexas.com/amp/Van-Horn-TX/all-land/
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Thanks Wolf...

We've been thinking about buying some acreage with cousins in the Kootenays...But this is interesting...

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Oct 6, 2021 21:40:55   #
steve66613
 
Wolf counselor wrote:
What could you do with a full acre of land in Texas ?

Well of course, that would certainly depend on exactly where in Texas this 1 Acre is located.

For instance, if you had a full acre of land in the Rio Grande valley, you could build a home, and a barn and have enough room to have a large garden and a henhouse.

But what could you do with 1acre if it was located way out west in the Texas Chihuahuan Desert ?

Well if you're resourceful, you can do the exact same thing you could do with the valley land.

And many resourceful Texans are doing just that right now.

Desert landscape doesn't offer much in the way of fertile ground or ample sources of water.

Despite these facts, the desert land has value that has until recently been unnoticed.

Now that most of the US is becoming a Socialist country, states like Texas become more appealing to those who prefer the American dream.

So this means that every square inch of Texas, no matter if it's desert or valley or hill country or the Texas plains, is on a steady trend upwards in regard to value.

But right now you can grab some of west Texas at around $1000 bucks an acre.

My brother and I invested years ago and we both have acreage near Van Horn Texas.

There are literally thousands and thousands of acres for sale in west Texas so I included a link where if you scroll down you will see lots of great deals on west Texas land.

So if you live in a socialist shit hole and you want to break free, you are welcome here in the Lone Star State

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.landsoftexas.com/amp/Van-Horn-TX/all-land/
What could you do with a full acre of land in Texa... (show quote)


Uh…..the dollar figures shown are what they’re going TO PAY YOU IF YOU AGREE TO MOVE THERE……yes? No real estate tax correct?

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Oct 7, 2021 08:54:28   #
lindajoy Loc: right here with you....
 
steve66613 wrote:
You do know that nuts, fruits and flakes are moving from Commiefornia TO Texas….. https://apnews.com/press-release/prodigy-news/texas-business-census-2020-science-0d436b250dc07111bff4b4f6cdd6682b


A definite attraction Texas is an always will be.👍👍✨

Something to consider just from the investment standpoint though and potentially planning for an option in the future.

Looking at the numbers of Californians moving to the state is a bit concerning though. I live in Colorado and they have literally made the state a mess!!!

Thank you for sharing the information like I said it is worth looking into.

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Oct 7, 2021 09:36:49   #
Wonttakeitanymore
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Did you intentionally leave out the part about how the Texans have had it with
Texas. The are leaving at astronomical rates.
This I guess is because they were not happy there.


Where is ur proof? As always just regurgitating crap!

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Oct 9, 2021 10:15:23   #
billy a Loc: South Florida
 
Milosia2 wrote:
Did you intentionally leave out the part about how the Texans have had it with
Texas. The are leaving at astronomical rates.
This I guess is because they were not happy there.


Source, please.

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Oct 11, 2021 15:08:19   #
Bach
 
Texas a great state but Biden has turned anything near the Rio Grande into a hell
hole.

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