Cheap and close. Those are the two criteria you use when you’re looking to buy land and you make only $7,000 a year. At least those were the two Nolan Ryan used back in the 1960s when he began buying ranchland in Gonzales County, Texas.
More than 260,000 square miles make up Texas, providing a diverse and constantly changing landscape. The real estate market in the Lone Star State is equally diverse. Land prices in South Texas have risen in recent years as hunters flock to the area scooping up property in the name of sport. Read more