Growth management comes in a number of styles. Which is best? With Texasí population increasing exponentially, any of them are better than not planning at all.
Gaines No. 2018, Tierra Grande reprint, 5pp (1/9/2013)
Factoid: There are way fewer active real estate licensees in Texas today than there were during the 1980s real estate boom. And as more and more people move into the state, the industry is likely to expand to service the influx.
Gaines No. 2012, Tierra Grande reprint, 4pp (10/15/2012)
Texas did not escape the negative effects of foreclosures resulting from the boom-bust housing market the past several years. But the stronger than average economy and fewer job losses meant the impact on the state was not as severe as in other areas.
Gaines No. 1975, Tierra Grande reprint, 4pp (10/20/2011)
Aging baby boomers and Gen-Xers continue to dominate most housing markets, but Generation Y will drive future housing activity. Over the next two decades, more than four million Gen-Yers per year will turn 25. As this generation creates new households, construction will return to pre-boom norms.
Gaines No. 1966, Tierra Grande reprint, 4pp (4/14/2011)
The housing market just isn't what it used to be. Expect the number of households choosing to rent to go up. Credit underwriting will remain tight. The inventory of available properties will continue rising. Texas home prices will remain stable through 2011.