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$18 million deal preserves landmark ranch property between San Jose and Morgan Hill

October 7, 2020 Hall and Hall

Less than a year after a historic deal to preserve 937 acres in Coyote Valley where tech giants Apple and Cisco once proposed building massive headquarters on San Jose’s southern reaches, a coalition of government agencies and environmental groups has completed a new $18 million deal to buy another key property in the area. In a sale that closed Monday, the groups purchased Tilton Ranch, an 1,861-acre expanse of rolling grasslands, oak trees and serpentine rock outcroppings in South Coyote Valley, north of Morgan Hill.

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US Forest Service Purchases 960 acres in Teton Valley

October 6, 2020 Hall and Hall

We are proud to announce that Hall and Hall’s Sun Valley partner Trent Jones worked successfully to orchestrate the sale of a 960 acre inholding in the National Forest 12 miles west of Driggs, Idaho to The Conservation Fund.  The Conservation Fund has just transferred this important tract to the federal government and it will now be a part of the Caribou-Targhee National Forest.

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Market Update: Sold Ranches

September 17, 2020 Hall and Hall

Check out all of the ranches that sold this week! Since 1946, Hall and Hall has specialized in farmland, ranches, plantations, fishing and hunting properties, cattle operations, and high-quality land. We have offerings all over the country in the states of Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Nebraska, South Dakota, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, and California.

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Forbes: Billionaire Cowboys are Buying and Selling the Largest Ranches in America

September 16, 2020 Forbes

Deemed as the ultimate social distancing retreat, billionaire style mega-ranches are dominating the luxury real estate market, with opportunistic investors looking to liquidate their assets. According to Eric O’Keefe with The Land Report, “Land as an investment-grade asset has enjoyed a banner 2020. It’s one of the few bright spots during this otherwise horrible year.

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