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Owner Financed Land for Sale in these cities in Texas County, Missouri:
Bucyrus , Cabool , Elk Creek , Houston
Elk Creek, Texas County, Missouri
This 4 acre (M/L) property is located near Cabool, Missouri. Cabool is a small town located in Southern Missouri with a population of approximately 2, Read More...
4 Acres +/-
$250/Mon
$1,800/Down
Lease Purchase
$24,900
Cabool, Texas County, Missouri
If you are looking for a place to call home, build a home or cabin, or just a get-away-spot then this might be it. The parcel sits just off Greenwood Read More...
4.5 Acres +/-
$250/Mon
$1,500/Down
Lease Purchase
$23,900
Bucyrus, Texas County, Missouri
This fantastic parcel is the perfect spot for your new home, cabin, RV or camper. There are two clearings on the plot with the first one being just of Read More...
4.75 Acres +/-
$290/Mon
$1,500/Down
Lease Purchase
$29,900
Houston, Texas County, Missouri
This 5.2 acres (M/L) is a fantastic property that sits just a mile from the Big Piney River and spectacular public access for the river where you can Read More...
5.2 Acres +/-
$290/Mon
$2,000/Down
Lease Purchase
$29,900
Houston, Texas County, Missouri
Just in time for Spring and Summer, we have a fantastic piece of land that can be your go-to place to kick back, relax and unwind. This parcel of land Read More...
6 Acres +/-
$490/Mon
$2,000/Down
Lease Purchase
$49,900
Cabool, Texas County, Missouri
This large mobile home parcel is approximately 9 acres and located off Nevill Road just outside of Cabool, Missouri. The property has a long driveway Read More...
9 Acres +/-
$450/Mon
$2,000/Down
Lease Purchase
$44,900
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