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This is a discussion on Southeast Texas Property within the Realtor Bug Out Land Links forums, part of the News & Links category; 7 acres in Tyler County Texas: Sale or partnership / co-op. Surrounded by ag (cattle ranch) and timber land, sits at the end of a ...

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    7 acres in Tyler County Texas: Sale or partnership / co-op. Surrounded by ag (cattle ranch) and timber land, sits at the end of a single lane road, fully fenced and gated. 6000 sf barn / shop, livestock pens and outbuildings. Producing pecan grove, pear and fig trees.

    Sale price - $75,000.00
    Co-Op / Partnership - Move-in with minimal money down via homesteading /co-op partnership. Option to purchase.Southeast Texas Property-fd43bc01-36ac-46d0-bc5f-7efa3041754a.jpeg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cash&Camo View Post
    7 acres in Tyler County Texas: Sale or partnership / co-op. Surrounded by ag (cattle ranch) and timber land, sits at the end of a single lane road, fully fenced and gated. 6000 sf barn / shop, livestock pens and outbuildings. Producing pecan grove, pear and fig trees.

    Sale price - $75,000.00
    Co-Op / Partnership - Move-in with minimal money down via homesteading /co-op partnership. Option to purchase.Click image for larger version. 

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    I'm curious about the Co-Op/Partnership that you are offering. Can you provide more details?

    Thanks

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    Creeks, ponds, or water on the property?
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    I am just going to copy/paste what I posted on a homesteading forum and if this doesn’t answer your question, let me know what else I can tell you.

    Homesteader Start-Up offer! I am in Southeast Texas where the growing season is year round due to temperatures, rainfall and fertile soil. I have a 7 acre property that I used to homestead. It has a 6000 sf barn, livestock pens, outbuildings, pecan grove, pear & fig trees. It is fenced, cross fenced, gated and sits in a private location at the end of a county road.

    I am looking for someone to occupy it, run a little homestead and help me out /co-op with my current homestead which is about 15-20 miles away. You would have to put a little temporary dwelling on it, but I can help you there, as well. There are utilities to connect with, already in place. Your monthly expense would be taxes and liability insurance, plus your living expenses. What I want in return is a homesteading partner, someone to live on and maintain the property and some handyman/ranch hand help at my place. I am a single widow in my 60’s and can’t keep up with both properties, so I am offering this to some young family that wants to get started, is willing to work, but doesn’t have the capital to get into a place. If you are interested, just let me know and we can continue the discussion.

    Purchase is an option. We can discuss terms and have an attorney draw up the agreement to protect the interests of all parties.

    If anyone else reading this is interested, this offer is open to any young, aspiring homesteading family!

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    No natural water source (at least in that sense.). The 7 acres is the remnant of a 100+ acre ranch that had the creeks and ponds on lower topography. The water for the creeks & ponds, however, originated largely as run-off from this higher elevated 7 acre property. I sold all but the 7 acres in 2016, so the creeks & ponds went with it. THAT said... there is a scar from an old pond that had been there... it can be dug out again. Also, that 6000 sf barn has a gigantic water collection system that has provided water for livestock (horses, sheep, goats & poultry) for as long as three weeks in post-hurricane conditions (power outages, etc.). Never came close to running out because that area get 46-56” of rainfall, annually. You could also re- dig the small pond and fill it by releasing the water from the barn collection tanks.
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    No house. It burned down in 2018. Either put a temporary or mobile dwelling on the remaining slab and hook up to utilities (if desired), or if interested in purchasing, build. Depends on how you want to structure it. Another option... there is a Derksen builder just down the road. They do pole buildings, sheds and tiny houses (some turnkey). They offer delivery and install with a very small amount down and and they finance, nobody refused.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Watchman View Post
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    No natural water source (at least in that sense.). The 7 acres is the remnant of a 100+ acre ranch that had the creeks and ponds on lower topography. The water for the creeks & ponds, however, originated largely as run-off from this higher elevated 7 acre property. I sold all but the 7 acres in 2016, so the creeks & ponds went with it. THAT said... there is a scar from an old pond that had been there... it can be dug out again. Also, that 6000 sf barn has a gigantic water collection system that has provided water for livestock (horses, sheep, goats & poultry) for as long as three weeks in post-hurricane conditions (power outages, etc.). Never came close to running out because that area get 46-56” of rainfall, annually. You could also re- dig the small pond and fill it by releasing the water from the barn collection tanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    I'm curious about the Co-Op/Partnership that you are offering. Can you provide more details?

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    I am looking for someone to occupy it, run a little homestead and help me out /co-op with my current homestead which is about 15-20 miles away. You would have to put a little temporary dwelling on it, but I can help you there, as well. There are utilities to connect with, already in place. Your monthly expense would be taxes and liability insurance, plus your living expenses. What I want in return is a homesteading partner, someone to live on and maintain the property and some handyman/ranch hand help at my place. I am a single widow in my 60’s and can’t keep up with both properties, so I am offering this to some young family that wants to get started, is willing to work, but doesn’t have the capital to get into a place. If you are interested, just let me know and we can continue the discussion.

    Purchase is an option. We can discuss terms and have an attorney draw up the agreement to protect the interests of all parties.
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