Websites like LandWatch offer listings of land for sale in Texas, and sellers often list property on Craigslist.org and eBay.com. In places like West Texas, buyers sometimes find land for as little as $1,000 an acre or even less.
The price of land in Texas depends largely on its location relative to metropolitan areas and the potential for profit. As a result, undeveloped land in Texas might be relatively expensive if wildlife makes it viable for hunting. By comparison, the desert areas of West Texas have little economic value. In addition, land in West Texas is generally not prepared for water, electricity or other services.