New Mexico Ranches

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Chilili Ranch

The area around Albuquerque, New Mexico has long been a highly desirable part of New Mexico and the Chilili Ranch lies just to the southeast a little over 45 minuted to downtown. That ranch offers an exceptional opportunity to purchase a large ranch in the area so that one may enjoy the benefits of the big city without living in it.

Production Ranches - livestock & farming, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Chilili, Bernalillo, New Mexico, 2,170 Acres
Beard Ranch

The Beard Ranch is a tremendous opportunity to own an excellent grass ranch in Northeastern New Mexico in Union County near Clayton.  The ranch owners have spent a lot of time and effort improving the rangeland by removing yucca, cacti, and sage as well as using different methods to stimulate grass growth such as mowing and rotational grazi...

Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Production Ranches - livestock & farming
Clayton, Union County, New Mexico, 2,825 Acres
Gloria-a-Dios Ranch in New Mexico

Gloria-a-Dios Ranch lies in the Northwest part of New Mexico in Rio Arriba County. This is an area rich in history and very close to the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation. With all the natural beauty and native culture, one can expect a ton to see and do, such camping, hunting, relaxing in hot springs, visiting art galleries and simply enjoyin...

Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Production Ranches - livestock & farming, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Regina, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, United States 920 Acres
Arroyo Blanco Ranch

Arroyo Blanco Ranch located near the small community of Llaves in Rio Arriba County New Mexico offers an opportunity to purchase a ranch that offers multiple uses. The ranch has historically been used as a cattle ranch and dryland farm and offers excellent hunting and is well suited for horses as well. 

Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Production Ranches - livestock & farming, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Llaves, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, United States 1,026 Acres
Sanchez Ranch in New Mexico

New Mexico is a state where beauty is both natural and prolific. One doesn't have to travel far to see the ways that nature has used rock, valleys, and water to create a unique landscape desired by many. Sanchez Ranch lies near Angel Fire and Eagle Nest, both of which are in the Enchanted Circle, which is known for its beautiful sc...

Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Guadalupita, Mora County, New Mexico, United States 350 Acres
Old Spanish Trail Ranch

Old Spanish Trail  Ranch lies in the Northwest part of New Mexico in Rio Arriba County. This is in an area rich in history and very close to the Jicarilla Apache Indian Reservation. This area of New Mexico runs deep in Native American History with numerous historical sites such as Chaco Canyon and Crow Canyon in the area. 

Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Counselor, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, United States 2,310 Acres
Casa Blanca
Envision a setting on the Southwest overlooking dramatic multicolored uplifts, ridges and peaks that catch the first rays of sunlight as the sun rises over the mountains to the east as you enjoy your morning coffee while you watch elk and deer graze. That is Casa Blanca. Casa Blanca is a beautiful Spanish style home offering elegant high-end fe...
Horse and Equestrian Ranches, Sporting, Fishing, & Hunting Ranches
Regina, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, 62.52 Acres
Little Arroyo Blanco
Little Arroyo Blanco offers 160 acres of peace and quiet to build your dream home or cabin retreat. Imagine sitting on your front porch watching the dramatic sunsets New Mexico is known for. There is an ideal building location on a knoll that overlooks the property to the west giving a commanding view over the landscape.
Small Acreage
Llaves, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, 160 Acres

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New Mexico Ranches and Land For Sale

Things to Consider When Evaluating New Mexico Ranches for Sale



While most people rely on a real estate agent to find the perfect piece of land for sale, there are certain things buyers should consider when evaluating a New Mexico ranch for sale. These elements include property location, build-out capability, zoning, permitting, utilities, and roads. These factors are discussed in detail in the sections below.

Location
Before talking to a seller or starting the search for ranches for sale in New Mexico, the buyer should determine their priorities as far as location is concerned. Is budget a primary consideration, or is it the quality of local schools that matters when deciding on which property to buy? These are just some of the questions buyers should answer during the evaluation process, as they help in decision-making.


Build-Out Capability
While any piece of land in NM may seem suitable, it is important for the buyer of a ranch or farm to determine how much of the parcel can be built upon. Does that part of the land meet the needs of the home the buyer plans to build? Soil conditions and topography are important issues, as poor soil quality can affect construction cost.


Zoning
When looking at New Mexico hunting ranches for sale, the buyer should talk with their real estate agent and the local zoning board about the factors to be considered before construction starts. Environmental factors may limit where structures can be placed on the land, and future development could raise or lower property values. While a buyer can’t predict the future, with a little research they can make an informed decision when deciding on what land to purchase in NM.


Permitting Issues
It is important for the buyer to learn which types of permits will be needed when building on New Mexico cattle or hunting ranches. Some areas have limited permitting requirements, and others are stricter. Talk to the nearest building department to find out what’s needed.


Utilities and Roads
Before buying land for sale in New Mexico, the buyer should determine which utilities have been added to the property. Most undeveloped land has few or no utilities, and the buyer bears the cost of bringing them onto the property. Contact local utility companies to determine the cost of the project. In rural areas, especially hunting land, city water is not available, and the buyer will have to install a well and a septic system. Owners of undeveloped land may need to build a private driveway or road from the nearest public thoroughfare, and they should find out whether there’s an easement that allows easy access to the property.

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