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OWN A PIECE OF TEXAS 118 Acres for Sale 8550 fm 1940 franklin, tX. 77856 • $875,000 ($7,415/ac.) LAND: Beautiful 118 Acre Ranch with 3000 feet of FM 1940 road frontage and 4250 ft. on Walker Prairie Road. It is 75% improved grass pastures with scattered trees and 25% heavily wooded along the creeks with Water Oak, Hickory, Sycamore, Elm, Post Oak, Yaupon, and Cedar. It has 4 spring fed clear water creeks. One unique feature is the exposed fossil formation in the creek bed. Multiple homesites with sweeping views. 15 minutes to Franklin and 45 minutes to Bryan College Station. Property is in Franklin ISD and has Ag. exemption. Navasota Valley Electric and a Twin Creek Water on site. Seller will convey all surface rights owned (believed to be more than 98%). Current mineral lease has surface waiver. The Seller will provide a new survey. tracts can be divided, selling 23, 25 and 60 acres 23 ACrES 8974 Walker Prairie rd. franklin, tX. 77856 • $201,572 ($8,764/ac.) LAND: This property has approximately 160 feet of frontage on FM 1940 and approximately 950 feet of frontage on Walker Prairie Rd. It has a nice clearwater pond and barbwire fencing on 3 sides. Currently it is being used as a Coastal hay pasture and has a great stand of grass. It is approximately 18 to 20 minutes from Franklin and 45 minutes from BCS. Seller will convey all mineral surface control owned subject to the current mineral lease. Navasota Valley Electric and Twin Creek Water is available. Property currently has Ag. exemption. Adjoining 6 Ac tract is also for sale. Property is deed restricted. Franklin ISD. 25 ACrES 8800 fm 1940 franklin, tX. 77856 • $218,750 ($8,750/ac.) LAND: This property has roughly 1,500 feet of road frontage on FM 1940 and 1,850 feet on Walker Prairie road. It is 60% open improved pasture and 40% wooded with Water Oak, Hickory, Elm, Post Oak, Yaupon, and Cedar. It has a spring fed creek and is fenced on 3 sides. Seller will participate in the cost of fencing needed to divide this tract from the adjoining larger tract. Navasota Valley Electric and Twin Creek Water are available. It has several potential homesites and is located 15 to 18 minutes from Franklin and 45 minutes from BCS. Seller will convey all mineral surface control owned (believed to be more than 98%). Property is Deed restricted and currently has Ag. exemption. Franklin ISD. 979.828.4000 TexasLand-Homes.com Information furnished is from sources deemed reliable but is not guaranteed by us. This offering is subject to change in price, corrections, errors and omissions, prior sales or withdrawal without notice. BY MISSY KING 2019 Bryan-College Station Regional Association of REALTORS® President Phishing, hacking, wire fraud- these are all ways people attempt to steal from others online. As real estate searches and transactions move more and more online, the chances of being caught up in a cyber scam have become even greater. By now most people have heard of the Nigerian prince scams or phishing emails asking for social security or banking information, but many people don’t know that they need to watch out for possible scams when buying or selling their home. Cybercrimes have become increasingly sophisticated over the years and the people perpetrating them focus on situations where a lot of money is changing hands, making real estate transactions an ideal target. The National Association of 60 ACrES 8550 fm 1940 franklin, tX. 77856 • $450,000 ($7,500/ac.) LAND: This 60 Acre property has roughly 1500 feet of FM 1940 road frontage and 500 ft of frontage on Walker Prairie Rd. It is 75% improved grass pastures with scattered trees and 25% heavily wooded along the creeks with Water Oak, Hickory, Sycamore, Elm, Post Oak, Yaupon, and Cedar. It has 2 spring fed clear water creeks. One unique feature is the exposed fossil formation in the creek bed. The Seller will participate in the cost of fencing off the adjoining tract and provide a new survey. Navasota Valley Electric and a Twin Creek Water on site. Multiple homesites with sweeping views. 15 to 18 minutes from Franklin and 45 minutes from BCS. Seller will convey all mineral surface control (believed to be more than 98%). Property has Ag. exemption. Franklin ISD. How to Avoid Real Estate CybER Scams Realtors® recently warned its members and consumers about one example, a wiring scam during the closing stage of the home buying and selling process. Hackers will break into the email accounts of consumers and real estate professionals to get details about a real estate transaction. The hacker will then send an email pretending to be the buyer, seller, real estate agent or someone else involved in the closing process and say there has been a last minute change and provide new wiring instructions; the instructions send the closing costs funds directly into the hacker’s bank account. While it may seem like there are hundreds of ways for a criminal to take advantage of a consumer online, there are just as many ways consumers can protect themselves. Here are a few tips from the BryanCollege Station Regional Association of REALTORS® to help home buyers and sellers recognize and avoid real estate scams: Do not senD sensitive information via email. Do not send banking information, your social security number or anything else that could be used to comprise your identity over email. If you absolutely must send personal or sensitive information via email, only use encrypted email. Do not click on unverifieD email. If you do not recognize the name or email address of the sender, do not open the email. And beware of any attachments or downloadable files from unknown email addresses; they can contain viruses or provide a way for a hacker to access your computer. Do not use unsecureD Wi-fi. It may seem harmless to check banking information using the free Wi-Fi at your local coffee shop, but using an open connection can leave you vulnerable to hackers and scammers. Only access sensitive information on your home computer or on a secured network. If you suspect fraud, tell someone. If you suspect that fraud has or is in the process of occurring, contact all parties connected to the transaction immediately. These cases are often time-sensitive, so the sooner the better. Unfortunately, often there is nothing that can be done to retrieve money stolen in the scam, however, you should still report the incident to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (https://www. ic3.gov/default.aspx) or the Federal Trade Commission (https://www. ftccomplaintassistant.gov/?utm_ source=takeaction). The Bryan-College Station Regional Association of REALTORS® is a not-for-profit trade organization established in 1967 that represents approximately 1000 Realtors and real estate industry professionals across six counties. More information about our organization can be found at www.bcsrealtor.com or by emailing email@example.com To feature your Open House in this section, please contact your Eagle Sales Consultant or call 979.731.4738. Space Deadline for Sunday Open Houses is Thursday at Noon.