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FOR SALE: 4,000-Acre Waterfront Tract with Urban Proximity Lists for $38.8 Million

Lakeridge Homestead enjoys more than 5.5 miles of undeveloped lakefront adjacent to Moses Lake, a vibrant municipality with an exceptionally diverse employment mix that includes aerospace, agriculture, food processing, manufacturing, data processing, and healthcare. It is ideally situated to become

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Posted in Developers, Feature, News Desk, Pacific, Residential Property, Washington, Water

FOR SALE: 7,100-Acre Eldon Stock Farm Comes to Market for $75 Million

Rich with history, blessed by Mother Nature, and graced by a world-class location, Eldon ranks as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for the savvy, conservation-minded investor. This legacy landholding in the Virginia hunt country features far more than 11 square miles of

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Posted in Agriculture, Conservation, Farming, Feature, Hunting, News Desk, Recreation, South, Timber, Virginia

Departments of Justice and Defense Prepare to Condemn Private Lands for Border Wall

NBC News reports that administration officials are preparing the requisite court filings in Texas that will facilitate the condemnation of the private property necessary to construct the border wall. In a departure from typical eminent domain cases, however, the Declaration

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Posted in Feature, Federal Policy, News Desk, Newsletter, Residential Property, Southwest, Texas

Once Listed for $1 Billion. Sold for $100,000. What Just Happened?

By Jack Flemming A heated court battle, a last-second offer, and a sparsely attended auction behind a fountain in Pomona — this chapter of the famed Mountain of Beverly Hills ends not with a princely sum but a sale price

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Posted in California, Feature, News Desk, Pacific

Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust and Yampa Valley Land Trust Merge

On October 1, two of Colorado’s leading land trusts merged into a single conservation organization. Going forward, joint operations will be conducted under the Colorado Cattlemen’s Agricultural Land Trust name and brand. Among the terms of the merger agreement were

Posted in Agriculture, Colorado, Conservation, Feature, News Desk, Public Land, West

Sold! Pilgrim’s Pride Estate Eclipses $3 Million at Auction

The Dallas Morning News reports that an 18,243-square-foot French Baroque chateau set on 43 acres in East Texas was sold at auction by Concierge Auctions in October. Bidding on the Pilgrim estate “topped $3 million.” Designed by architect Richard Drummond

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Posted in Auctions, Feature, News Desk, Residential Property, Southwest, Texas

Land Report November 2019 Newsletter

Featured listings from our Investing Issue highlight our November newsletter, including: Colorado’s Diamond Tail Ranch. Martha’s Vineyard’s Red Gate Farm. Virginia’s Eldon Stock Farm. Washington’s Lakeridge Homestead. For up-to-the-minute reports on breaking news, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram.

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Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Cattle, Colorado, Conservation, Farming, Hunting, Massachusetts, News Desk, Newsletter, Northeast, Pacific, Public Land, South, Southwest, Texas, Timber, Virginia, Washington, Water, West

SOLD! 209 Acres of Iowa Farmland Goes For $18,000 Per Acre at Auction

$18,300 PER ACRE! On October 11, Iowa Auction Group successfully marketed 209 acres of Sioux County farmland at auction, including a 66-acre parcel with 61.87 cropland acres for $18,300 per acre and a 143-acre parcel for $13,500 per acre. According

Posted in Agriculture, Auctions, Farming, Feature, Iowa, Midwest, News Desk

America’s National Mammal Returns to Badlands Habitat for the First Time in More Than a Century

Thanks to a land swap involving the 22,000-acre Don Kelly Ranch, bison have returned to portions of South Dakota’s Badlands for the first time since the 1870s. Engineered by the US Forest Service and the World Wildlife Fund among others,

Posted in Conservation, Feature, Federal Policy, Great Plains, News Desk, Public Land, South Dakota

Sporting Goods Sales Tax Revenue on the Ballot

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For more than two decades, Texas legislators have used sales tax revenues from sporting goods sales as a private piggy bank, directing those receipts away from the outdoors to other line items in the state budget. Thanks to the Texas

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Posted in Feature, News Desk, Public Land, Southwest, Texas

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