Archive for December, 2019

Dallas and Houston Ranked in Top 10 in US for Real Estate Development Sites

Beth Mattson-Teig wrote this article originally for National Real Estate Investor Land sales can be a fickle business. Prime development sites often disappear quickly, while other parcels can languish on the market for years waiting for the right buyer and use. Land sales can also be a good barometer to show what’s ahead for development pipelines and growth opportunities within markets. Annual…read more →

When Do You Need A New Survey in a Texas Real Estate Transaction?

Original article is from Candysdirt.com by Lydia Blair When it comes to property surveys, sometimes age is just a number. Sometimes it isn’t. Many folks think a survey is good indefinitely. Others believe a new one is required with every sale. Age isn’t the only factor in determining if an existing survey may be used for a real estate transaction. There are…read more →

Houston Construction Projects Jump in October

Summary of article in Houston Chronicle, by Katherine Feser  October was a good month for the Houston real estate development market.   According to Dodge Data & Analytics, October construction starts grew a healthy 51% over last year’s October.  At $1.7 billion, most of the gain was in the non-residential sector, with an increase of $736 million, up from $276 million in 2018….read more →