Archive for March, 2013

Hillwood adding 1.2-million-square-foot building to Alliance – Fort Worth Star Telegram

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land Hillwood adding 1.2-million-square-foot building to Alliance Fort Worth Star Telegram “This is our next big block of undeveloped land that is clean and has the right infrastructure and has visibility to I-35,” said Hillwood President Mike Berry,…   Troy Corman‘s insight: Industrial spec development for DFW. See on www.star-telegram.com

7 Serious Questions to Ask When Buying Farmland | LandThink

See on Scoop.it – Lots and Land There are several articles here on LandThink about how to go about buying land in general. Many are geared towards residential building lots or recreational hunting land or timberland.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Keeping it rural. See on www.landthink.com

Woodhaven buys Pantego land for bank branch – Fort Worth Star Telegram

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land Woodhaven buys Pantego land for bank branch Fort Worth Star Telegram Three of the homes provide a special insider’s view of design and construction: The owners are also the homes’ architect and builder.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Fort Worth area real estate activity. See on www.star-telegram.com

Dallas-based Developer Craig Hall On His 7 Major Trends Behind Real Estate Cycles.

By Troy Corman, www.t2realestate.com Craig Hall started his real estate career by buying a rent house in Ann Arbor, Michigan with $4,000. While his early forays in real estate investing centered on rental housing near the University of Michigan, today Hall Financial Group, has tentacles in real estate development, real estate ownership and management; structured financing for real estate and other businesses; software…read more →

Building permit rate at fastest pace since ’08 – Dallas Morning News

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land Building permit rate at fastest pace since ’08 Dallas Morning News WASHINGTON — U.S. builders started more homes in February and permits for future construction rose at the fastest pace in 41/2 years.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Not enough homes to buy. Build it and they will come! See on www.dallasnews.com