|Podcast 355: Rhythm and blues and real estate news||Podcast 355: Rhythm and blues and real estate news||2017-08-09T05:00:00Z||2017-08-09T05:00:00Z|
We've got the blues in the Red Zone today as we celebrate the birthday of Stafford-born music legend Robert Shaw. We also kick things into high gear with news about a new, 5,000-seat soccer stadium coming to Circuit of the Americas. After that, we have stories from Richardson, The Woodlands, Lavaca County, and more. Tune in.
|Podcast 354: It came from outer space||Podcast 354: It came from outer space||2017-08-02T05:00:00Z||2017-08-02T05:00:00Z|
The latest edition of our Texas Border Economy report is now online. Two of the report's authors—Research Economist Dr. Luis Torres and Research Assistant Wesley Miller—join us today to talk about it. We also bring you news from Plano, El Paso, DFW, College Station, Austin, Corpus Christi, Pasadena, and Kilgore. Oh, and you'll find out what fell from the sky and astonished the people of Gage Ranch in Brewster County in 1946.
|Podcast 353: Summer news blast||Podcast 353: Summer news blast||2017-07-26T05:00:00Z||2017-07-26T05:00:00Z|
It's a scorcher outside, so why not cool your heels with us for about ten minutes? We'll take you on a relaxing trip to San Jose Island near Corpus Christi, then it's off to DFW, New Braunfels, El Paso, Seabrook, Austin, Denton, Leon Valley, and Texarkana. Tune in for the biggest real estate stories from across the Lone Star State!
|Podcast 352: Texas legislative update with Rusty Adams||Podcast 352: Texas legislative update with Rusty Adams||2017-07-20T05:00:00Z||2017-07-20T05:00:00Z|
What new Texas legislation might real estate professionals want to be aware of? REC Research Attorney Rusty Adams joins us today with more on this. Also, we visit Longview, Humble, San Antonio, and North Texas, and we look back at the first lunar landing. All this and more on this week's Real Estate Red Zone.
|Podcast 351: Red Zone a la mode||Podcast 351: Red Zone a la mode||2017-07-12T05:00:00Z||2017-07-12T05:00:00Z|
It's National Pecan Pie Day, and, while we don't have dessert, we are serving up Texas-size portions of real estate news from North Texas, Houston, Austin, and other cities. We also give you a quick update on the Texas economy and talk about a recent change to TREC's Seller's Disclosure Notice Form. All this and much more.
|Podcast 350: June mail call||Podcast 350: June mail call||2017-07-05T05:00:00Z||2017-07-05T05:00:00Z|
We once again empty out the mail bag and respond to questions from the Real Estate Center's constituents. This month's questions: past due taxes on vacant land, appealing a property appraisal, and finding certified inspectors in Texas. Also, we bring you the latest real estate news from Huffman, Austin, Houston, Schertz, College Station, Pasadena, and Bee Cave.
|Podcast 349: Building futures||Podcast 349: Building futures||2017-06-28T05:00:00Z||2017-06-28T05:00:00Z|
June is National Homeownership Month. To commemorate the occasion, we visit with Andy York, executive director of the Bryan-College Station Habitat for Humanity, about the work they do and the challenges they face. Also on today's program: hurricane preparedness, a Fourth of July celebration, and real estate news from around the state.
|Podcast 348: Land, lots of land||Podcast 348: Land, lots of land||2017-06-21T05:00:00Z||2017-06-21T05:00:00Z|
REC Research Economist Dr. Charles Gilliland discusses Texas land market conditions. Also, we take you to San Antonio, Spring, Irving, El Paso, and Dallas for some of the week's biggest real estate stories.
|Podcast 347: Beyond Austin city limits||Podcast 347: Beyond Austin city limits||2017-06-14T05:00:00Z||2017-06-14T05:00:00Z|
A new research article on our website talks about how rising home prices are forcing many East Austin residents to move. What are their options, and what’s being done to provide housing for them? The authors of that article—Center Research Economist Dr. Harold Hunt and Research Assistant Clare Losey—join us this week.
|Podcast 346: Whistling past the graveyard||Podcast 346: Whistling past the graveyard||2017-06-07T05:00:00Z||2017-06-07T05:00:00Z|
REC Research Attorney Rusty Adams joins us to discuss a real estate legal issue of grave concern. We also take you to Dallas, Sherman, Pflugerville, Bryan, Victoria, Mansfield, and McAllen for some of the week's biggest Texas real estate stories.
|Podcast 345: May mail call||Podcast 345: May mail call||2017-05-31T05:00:00Z||2017-05-31T05:00:00Z|
It's the end of the month, and you know what that means: mail call! But before we share questions the Center has received over the past few weeks, we'll take you to San Antonio, Waller, Wylie, Huntsville, Round Rock, and Bellaire. And that's just the beginning. Tune in.
|Podcast 344: Military matters||Podcast 344: Military matters||2017-05-24T05:00:00Z||2017-05-24T05:00:00Z|
With Memorial Day just days away, we pay our respects to the brave men and women who have given their lives serving our country. We also have information on homeownership programs available to veterans, active members of the military, and surviving spouses. All this plus a little El Paso history, funding for Texas storm recovery efforts, the state's top summer spots, and real estate news from Frisco, San Antonio, Pasadena, Lubbock, and Plano.
|Podcast 343: On the border||Podcast 343: On the border||2017-05-17T05:00:00Z||2017-05-17T05:00:00Z|
There's something for everyone on today's program. We have Texas history, Real Estate Center history, a Texas housing market update, a shout-out to those serving in the U.S. armed forces, a farewell to a longtime REC associate, tips for selecting a reliable moving company, a sneak peek at a new REC monthly report, and stories from Baytown, North Texas, Austin, and Abilene. Tune in.
|Podcast 342: Girl power||Podcast 342: Girl power||2017-05-10T05:00:00Z||2017-05-10T05:00:00Z|
With usual host Bryan Pope under the weather, Edie Craig and Hayley Rieder have taken control of this week's program. Join them for updates from both the Real Estate Center and the Texas Real Estate Commission, as well as stories from Dallas, Fort Worth, El Paso, Houston, Lake Whitney, League City, and Marshall.
|Podcast 341: Spring housing update with Jim Gaines||Podcast 341: Spring housing update with Jim Gaines||2017-05-03T05:00:00Z||2017-05-03T05:00:00Z||The Texas Association of Realtors released its first quarter 2017 housing market report this week. REC Chief Economist Dr. Jim Gaines shares his insights. We also have news from Houston, Dallas, and Allen, not to mention Abilene and Cedar Park. And that’s just the beginning.||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/podcasts/?Item=186|
|Podcast 340: Just add water||Podcast 340: Just add water||2017-04-27T05:00:00Z||2017-04-27T05:00:00Z|
If there’s one word to describe today’s program, it’s “water.” We have news about Texas beach cleanups, a push for coastal barriers to protect against hurricanes, and even a question from a West Texas landowner that is slightly water-related. All this and much more. Join us.
|Podcast 339: Birds of a feather podcast together||Podcast 339: Birds of a feather podcast together||2017-04-12T05:00:00Z||2017-04-12T05:00:00Z|
REC land expert Dr. Charles Gilliland is here with details on next week's Rural Land Markets Conference. After that, we'll take you to Bee Cave, San Antonio, and Laredo. We'll also spend a lot of time in North Texas visiting Grapevine, McKinney, Farmers Branch, and Fort Worth. Oh, and you won't want to miss news about a bill that's sure to ruffle some feathers.
|Podcast 338: Parks and rec||Podcast 338: Parks and rec||2017-04-05T05:00:00Z||2017-04-05T05:00:00Z|
On this week's Real Estate Red Zone podcast, we talk to Fulshear City Manager CJ Snipes about plans for land the city has just purchased. Also, an update on the new Corpus Christi bridge, TxDOT's big milestone, a 'Walker, Texas Ranger' flashback, and visits to your favorite small Texas towns. Join us!
|Podcast 337: To the letter||Podcast 337: To the letter||2017-03-29T05:00:00Z||2017-03-29T05:00:00Z||It's the end of the month, which means it's once again time to open the mailbag and answer some questions. Before we get to that, though, we'll fill you in on what Houston plans to do with $1.32 billion in highway project funding from TxDOT, and we'll visit a North Texas ranch you might recognize from a couple of your favorite movies. All this and much more, including a book recommendation for you readers.||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/podcasts/?Item=182|
|Podcast 336: Where all the lights are bright||Podcast 336: Where all the lights are bright||2017-03-23T05:00:00Z||2017-03-23T05:00:00Z|
What makes Austin's and Dallas' downtown districts so special? Realtor.com knows, and so do we. We'll tell you on today's program. Also, we pay our respects to Dr. Ivan W. "Doc" Schmedemann, who paved the way for the Master of Real Estate program at Mays Business School at Texas A&M University. Doc passed away Saturday at 87.