Mineral owners, beware. Offers to buy your minerals through the mail may be misleading. Before sponding, read the deed carefully.
A look at the supply side of Texas residential market using Census Bureau data.
More than ever, global events are influencing business returns. Topics at a pension fund investors conference illustrate the variety and scope of concerns.
Is there a home price bubble in Texas? If there is, will it burst like the stock market bubble did? Center research indicates that is unlikely.
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Texas land prices just keep rising, with no end in sight. Lack of appealing investment alternatives and widespread lust for recreational properties are fueling the ascent.
Women are still rare in commercial real estate, but these successful Houston brokers are chalking up some impressive stats.
Vacation homes can reduce income taxes under certain circumstances. This column reviews the general rules for vacation homes and summarizes new tax planning perspectives that enable taxpayers to maximize vacation home tax benefits.
Properties purchased as tenants-in-common (TICs) are becoming more popular. However, there are some pitfalls for real estate investors and brokers that should be considered carefully.
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Forty-eight states have tax increment financing (TIF) laws. Learn more about Texas' TIF laws and why cities and counties are finding this financing and economic development tool increasingly useful.
Take a look behind the scenes at what causes the changes from buyers' to sellers' markets and how licensees can benefit from reading the market.