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Texas Land Market Developments -- 2006Texas Land Market Developments -- 2006By Charles Gilliland, Gerald Klassen2007-07-01T05:00:00Zreference
Land Markets
Texas land markets roared into uncharted territory in 2006 with buyers' insatiable demand for properties driving the statewide price per acre 23 percent higher that they were in 2005. Here is a region-by-region report. Digital and Print1818https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/reference/texas-land-market-developments----2006

 

 

Texas Land Market Developments -- 2006Texas Land Market Developments -- 2006Land Markets
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