Hall and Hall in The New York Times

Our longtime ranch real estate client, Hall and Hall, was prominently featured in a fun New York Times story titled “A Ranch With 1,000 Acres, for Your Inner Buckaroo.” An excerpt reads:

“If you are in the market for ranch land and the ultimate anti-Hamptons getaway, there are three types of purchases you can make: farmland, where crops are plowed to yield a harvest; working ranches with large cattle herds that convert grass into beef; and recreational ranches, also called executive ranches or retreats, according to James H. Taylor, who is a principal of Hall and Hall, a real estate company based in Billings, Mont., that specializes in the sale, management and financing of rural property.”