Newland Real Estate specializes in selling large acreage tracts for single family development, commercial development and recreational land. Over the past 18 months we have had the opportunity to list and sell numerous properties ranging from 1300 acre ranches to 150 acre commercial developments.
We have the tools needed to intelligently promote and sell your property. From platting, agricultural tax exemptions, right-of-way condemnation, oil and gas, and environmental science, our agents have the experience and knowledge to help you navigate these issues with success. This knowledge sets us apart and is a great asset to you.
A network of high-qualified buyers has been cultivated and nourished over our combined 60+ years serving North Texans. Made up of people we know, trust, and have done business with for years, we have the tools needed to connect Land Owners with those looking for their perfect property. Ranging from home builders, to a rancher looking for land to carry on a family legacy our network is vast, and diversified.
115 acres Tom Cole Road, Denton, Industrial
165 acres I-35, Denton, Commercial
559 acres Specht Road, Bowie, Hunting Ranch
143 acres Denton Single Family Development
126 acres Sadler, Hunting Ranch
262 acres Decatur, Recreational Ranch
74 acres Sanger, Recreational Ranch
153 acres Valley View, Hunting Ranch
300 acres Krum, Recreational Ranch
68 acres Sanger, Single Family Development
88 acres Hwy 380, Denton, Mixed Use
91 acres FM 428, Denton, Single Family Development
62 acres Sanger, Rural Residential
318 acres Ponder, Commercial
1383 acres Nocona, Recreational Ranch
910 acres Nocona, Recreational Ranch
1300 acres Justin, Single Family Development
150 acres I-35 W Northlake, Mixed Use Commercial Development
49 acres I-35 W Argyle, Commercial
205 acres Freeman Rd Sanger, Rural Residential
19 acres I-35 W Argyle, Commercial
60 acres Krum, Single Family Development
160 acres Sanger, Rural Residential
50 acres FM 455 Sanger, Rural Residential
A Japanese tractor manufacturer will use a roughly 318-acre plot of land in west Denton County to test and showcase farming equipment, the company announced today.
Kubota, which makes everything from hay balers to riding mowers, said the so-called Kubota Ranch in Ponder will eventually be a destination for the company to preview new equipment.
Kubota, which has its North American headquarters in Grapevine, is one of several of Japanese companies that relocated from California to Dallas-Fort Worth in recent years, including Toyota and OKI Data.
“Kubota has considered a land purchase of this nature for quite some time, and with our Grapevine headquarters in such close proximity, the opportunity to expand our operations and research and development capabilities here in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth region makes solid business sense,” Masato Yoshikawa, Kubota Tractor Corporation president and CEO, said in a statement. “With this land, we will now be able to expand our physical footprint and build out our vision for the ranch to evaluate and test our equipment.”
Kubota isn’t the first Japanese manufacturer to homestead outside Denton, and it’s far from the biggest.
In 2014, Toyota quietly bought a 75-acre ranch valued over $10 million that it planned to use as an executive retreat, as The Dallas Morning Newsreported last year. The private spread will include a motor track, car museum, Japanese gardens and other amenities.
On this day in 1918 Everette and my great great great grandparents M.L Newland and his wife Jennie purchased their first piece of land in Denton County. 100 years later we have remained Denton County natives, land owners, and members of the community for 5 generations. Having established deep roots in Denton, we take pride in sharing our knowledge of the area, and understanding of the people and community with each of our clients.
Everette Newland with agents Chad Mudd and Joey Higgs enjoyed some agent appreciation at the Newland Ranch this weekend!
This is who we are – from our view on creation, family, public service, work ethic, and lifestyle. To the farmer in all of us.