It goes without saying that purchasing a ranch for sale is a significant financial move and cannot be taken lightly, especially if you are planning on starting a ranching operation. While you may be tempted to purchase cheap ranch land in order to leave a hundred thousand dollars for your operations capital, many experienced ranchers advise against doing so. According to these experts, you should be willing to spend extra cash to secure a ranch that meets your needs. Read the rest of this entry
Who does not want to own his or her own property? The Great American Dream, which was popularized by real estate agents back in the 1960s, created a boom in the housing industry. Fifty years later, the Great American Dream remains strong.
That far older dream of owning one’s own farm or ranch, which dates back to the early days of the American Frontier, has somewhat diminished. This means that across the country—from Colorado to Texas, California to Montana—farmland and ranchland for sale are being undervalued. Read the rest of this entry
Whether you are looking into buying a home or a ranch, most realtors will tell you that one of the most important things you must ask yourself before you make the big leap is whether or not you are ready to commit to the work required to keep your would-be property in good condition. Making that commitment is easy when you are buying a 3,000-sq. ft. home, but when you are speaking of property that’s as big as 500 acres or more, it may be hard to follow through. Read the rest of this entry