Texas Upper Gulf Coast and Brazos River Bottom Land and Ranch Information

The upper Texas Gulf Coast and Brazos River bottom land and ranch market area includes the following 31 counties in Texas:

Austin

Brazoria

Brazos

Burleson

Calhoun

Chambers

Colorado

Dewitt

Fayette

Fort Bend

Galveston

Gonzales

Grimes

Hardin

Harris

Jackson

Jefferson

Lavaca

Leon

Liberty

Madison

Matagorda

Montgomery

Orange

Robertson

San Jacinto

Victoria

Walker

Waller

Washington

Wharton

 

 

Found 5 blog entries about Texas Upper Gulf Coast and Brazos River Bottom Land and Ranch Information.

Custom home construction

Building your own home can come with a lot of perks. Having total control over the architecture, materials, and design sounds ideal; but that many decisions can come with a ton of stress! When you’re ready to begin designing your dream home, here’s how you can avoid the most common mistakes people make in their custom builds.

picking colors for a custom homePrepare For Decision Fatigue

Starting from scratch with your dream home means that every component of your home is up to you, and only you. From the cabinet materials to the window style, you get to make the final call on each and every detail. Making the final call on your home’s most finite details can be exhilarating and exhausting. Stay focused by making a “must-have” list before the first slab is laid in the

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Texas Hill Country Vineyard

Spring is in full swing in Texas!

Now's the time to give your ranch a fresh start with some spring cleaning. A little shredding, replanting, and organizing can make a huge difference for the rest of the year. Every season, you likely deep clean the house, donate unwanted belongings and tidy up your exterior. The same concept can easily be applied to your farm and ranch, albeit on a much larger scale.

Livestock enclosureTend to Livestock Enclosures

Whether you raise horses, cattle, sheep, or chickens, it’s time to give their homes a little extra attention. Drain and clean out any built-up gunk in your troughs, and restock any food supplies in bulk, if you can. It’s easy to let storage areas get cluttered, so dedicate extra time to create an organization

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Charlie Riddle and Mark Bukowski

Riddle and Bukowski Join Legacy Broker Group

Mark Bukowski and Charlie Riddle

Boerne, TX - Legacy Broker Group is proud to announce the joining of Charlie Riddle and Mark Bukowski to their team. As partners, they will continue to uphold the ideals of this technology-powered, marketing-oriented land, ranch, commercial, and residential real estate brokerage in Boerne, Texas. 

“Real estate is more than listings and showings, and especially in Texas,” said Riddle. “In our experience, real estate is passionately and creatively helping our clients reach their personal and financial goals. For us a Legacy is the imprint a person leaves on the world which lasts long after that person Is gone. “Dirt/land/bricks” are one way to create a legacy for your family. Mark and I are honored

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With its beautiful ranch properties, rolling hills and hardy pine forests, Texas is an ideal place to buy land.

But finding the perfect property is just the beginning of the land buying process. In order to know how to buy land in Texas, there are a number of state-specific trends and regulations to understand.

Here are the answers to some common questions Texas land buyers ask:

What does rural land in Texas typically cost?

It's wise to keep in mind that land values can vary vastly depending on features of the specific property you're considering, such as location, access, special amenities and natural features. However, the Real Estate Center of Texas A&M University has a website dedicated to data on purchasing rural land in Texas,

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A blight on the land of most ranch-owners in Texas is feral hog overpopulation. This post is an overview of wild pigs and their effects on the land you own or are looking to own.

Not only do they tear up the land, but feral hogs can spread E Coli and other diseases to humans and other animals, kill native species, and contaminate water sources. This invasive species can thrive in 79% of Texas and their population continues to increase exponentially. A study from 2004 estimated that Texas had around $52 million in damages annually resulting from feral hogs. Now, that estimation reaches as high as $1.5 billion nationwide. Needless to say, their presence within Texas is detrimental to ranching and landowning.

To get an idea of the scope of the

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