The Nevada Land Rush includes over 50,000 acres of land, in both large and small parcels, immediately available for public purchase at wholesale prices (competitive financing offered with as little as a 20% down payment). The properties encompass a wide array of land types and features including, but not limited to, industrial/commercial land in close proximity to transportation corridors and utilities; residential/recreational land (forested, desert, waterfront, riverfront, mountain top, hunting, fishing, etc.); wildlife lands containing deer, elk, antelope, sage grouse, and birds of prey; desert sand dunes; agricultural lands including farming and grazing; Pinyon-Juniper woodlands, many with breathtaking vistas.
Founded in 2011, New Nevada Lands, LLC, is one of the largest private landowners in the State of Nevada. New Nevada owns approximately 500,000 acres/202,000 hectares of land along the I-80 highway in Northern Nevada, most of which is located no more than 20 miles (32 km) on either side of the Union Pacific Railroad, which stretches across northern Nevada from the California border to the Utah border. New Nevada's holdings can be traced back to the railroad land grants of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, that characterize much of the west with a checkerboard pattern of land parcels on each side of the rail lines.
One square mile/640 acres, 2.6 sq. km/259 hectares.