California Land for Sale
Average temperatures in California have a wide range. In the high mountains it can be in the 70s in the summer down to 15 degrees in the winter. In places like Death Valley it can well over 100 degrees in the heat of the summer while only going as low as the 60s in the winter. California can range from mountainous to the Pacific Ocean shores, and from deeply forested to desert regions. According to Wikipedia, California’s economy is, “The five largest sectors of employment in California are trade, transportation, and utilities; government; professional and business services; education and health services; and leisure and hospitality.”
According to Zillow, “The median home value in California is $578,267. California home values have gone up 4.4% over the past year.” Smart Asset says, “California’s overall property taxes are below the national average. The average effective property tax rate in California is 0.77%, compared to the national rate, which sits at 1.08%.” Best Places lists California as having an above average cost of living. Compared to the national average of 100, California rates at a 149.9 which makes it one of the more expensive states to reside in.
Hunting Land for Sale in California
Hunting property for sale in the Golden State is listed on Land Watch anywhere from 10-20 acres all the way up to 16,000 or more with the biggest being a 58,000 acre parcel in Paicines, San Benito County. California deer hunting comes in zones A, B, C, D, and X including archery specific zones. Other general species include bear, upland birds, waterfowl, elk, pronghorn antelope, wild pig, small game, and predators. California also offers many other outdoor activities including hiking, ATV trails, fresh and saltwater fishing, mountain climbing, and scuba diving. The best spots to hunt deer are in the Angeles National Forest. According to Land Elevated, “You can't go wrong with the San Gabriel Canyon, Glendora Ridge, and Lake Castaic, Mt. Gleason or the Altadena area.”
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Farm Land for Sale in California
Since California’s growing season in virtually year round, depending on the area, its agriculture industry is one of the most versatile. Farm Flavor says, “One of only five agricultural regions in the world with a Mediterranean-growing climate, California produces more than 400 animal and plant commodities annually, more than any other state, with top products including milk, almonds, grapes, beef and more. Additionally, two-thirds of the nation’s fruits and nuts and over a third of its vegetables are produced by California farms alone.” Water.ca.gov says, “the bulk of California's precipitation falls in the cool season months from October through April. It is highly variable across the state with the southeast deserts receiving less than 5 inches in a year to the north coast which can get over 100 inches per year.” The USDA says that land in California is worth about $10,000 per acre and rising.
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Cheap Land for Sale in California
Of the 97 cheapest properties for sale in California, some are for sale in very dry, arid regions such as Apple Valley, and some are very small and based near areas that would be difficult to hunt. With the highest price of $23,900 and a lowest around $5,000, the average price for cheap land in California would be around $14,500.