Surface Rights Vs. Mineral Rights In Texas

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Ruple Properties has partnered with  https://www.saussyburbank.com/  and James Hausma to discuss Surface Rights vs Mineral Rights in Texas.  James is a licensed Senior Property Tax Consultant at Assessment Technologies.  Enjoy the information! Buy Land. Live Well. SURFACE RIGHTS VS. MINERAL RIGHTS IN TEXAS U.S. property owners have rights not only to the surface of their land and all structures, but also …

Understanding Riparian Water Rights In Texas

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Texas is a beautiful state with extremely diverse landscape, including lots of water. Besides the gulf coast and countless lakes, Texas is home to over 3,700 streams and 15 major rivers, not to mention all the water found underground. Texas is truly a wellspring of natural resources, and water is one of the most valuable. KNOW YOUR RIGHTS Water is …

Fulfilling A Dream: Living Off The Land

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Imagine rolling out of bed with the sun, working fresh soil with your hands, cleaning and caring for a small herd of livestock, hanging clean laundry in the afternoon sun, and spending most of your days with your family. Some people cringe at the idea, but some people get excited and it’s the latter – the ones crazy enough to …

A Quick Guide To Texas Hunting Land & Game

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With 1.2 million acres of public hunting land, along with vast amounts of private hunting land and ranches, and with game animals ranging from native critters to exotic species, there is plenty of sport hunting to be had in Texas. Whether you’re after an everyday white tail deer or a monster javelina (also known as a peccary or skunk pig), …

Surface Water & Your Texas Ranch

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In Texas, over 6.6 million acre-feet of surface water is used per year, primarily to supply water for industries, cities, and irrigation. Many ranch owners in Texas have an extensive amount of surface water on their properties. While it’s technically owned by the state, landowners have the right to use it for domestic purposes and livestock. However, it’s important for …

Spotlight: Texas Hill Country Land

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It’s a place where rivers are born, where nights are sultry and beauty abounds. They say everything’s bigger in Texas and when we’re talking about Hill Country, the statement has never been truer. Things aren’t just bigger out here – they are better, too. The ‘Hill Country’ is a loose term that describes the 25 counties of Central and South …

Strike It Rich With Eagle Ford Shale Property

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In 2008, in La Salle County, Texas, the first gas and oil well was dug in the Eagle Ford Shale. Since then, this area, rich in natural resources, has become a hotbed of industry, and a place where landholders are striking it rich. The benefits of owning Eagle Ford Shale real estate cannot be denied. It’s not what’s above ground …