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With falling oil prices, investors are betting it will be an opportune time to buy Texas ranchland, according to a report by the New York Times.

Jay Ellis of Dallas-based Sporting Ranch Capital is raising $100 million from investors to buy “trophy ranches” that owners want to sell “quickly and quietly” – as their personal portfolios fluctuate with the price of oil.

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As seen on the Sotheby’s International Realty Extraordinary Living blog:

An estate in Hickory Creek, TX, shines in the latest installment of the Luxury Living feature, which focuses on Majestic Chandeliers.

The French country-styled estate, at 1851 Turbeville Road just north of the Metroplex, displays crystal chandeliers in the entry, living room, dining room and ballroom.

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Ranch life taps into the American desire for space, freedom and a connection with the land. And ranches have always had a spot in wealthy investor portfolios because of the potential for steady gains.

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A new report about the ultra-wealthy highlights Dallas-Fort Worth as a market for serviced apartments – one of the properties types this level of buyer is seeking.

The report, completed by Wealth-X in cooperation with Sotheby’s International Realty, finds that “buyers are increasingly seeking non-traditional luxury homes outside their domiciles – residences that are environmentally sustainable, technologically sophisticated, or that fit better with their personal and family needs.”

It’s a global trend toward people wanted to live like they are on vacation, all year round, said Robbie Briggs, President and CEO of Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty.

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If you ever dreamed of watching sunsets across a sparkling blue lake on your private patio, seeing the Milky Way in the night sky, listening to the sounds of song birds, watching the monarch butterflies on their annual migration, or walking trails surrounded by native wildflowers — then here is your chance to own a vanishing piece of unspoiled Texas Hill Country.

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Inspired to live an artful life in a vibrant neighborhood, today’s discerning buyers are choosing to experience elevated luxury in the heart of the city.

And here’s where they’re living.

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Chrystal Fall Ranch, 0 FM 283 in Eliasville, TX, has about 4,000 acres, including more than a mile of river frontage along the Clear Fork of the Brazos River. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Investing in land is one of the greatest investment strategies available to build wealth. One reason is because of scarcity – we can’t make any more land. As the supply shrinks and the demand increases, the value goes up.

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Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty agents lead in the sale of estate homes in Dallas County. The stunning residence at 4015 Beverly Drive has breathtaking views from every window. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty

Just imagine your life in one of these homes.

Buying or selling an estate home takes an experienced Realtor with a network of high-end buyers from around the globe. In North Texas, Realtors at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty are offering these exceptional estates.

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The 951-acre Moon River Ranch in Falls County is listed for $7,900,000. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty 

The Texas residential market is white hot. Buyers far outstrip sellers, creating bidding wars for high quality homes in great neighborhoods.

Just over the horizon within an hour to two-hour drive is a vast expanse of rural land that is attracting its own growing number of buyers.

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Hot enough for you? It’s always cooler at the lake, and North Texas has many beautiful places where family and friends can take a swim, fish or just watch the sun set over the water. And waterfront properties have traditionally proved to be good long-term investments.

Here are a few lakeside homes ready to make a splash.

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