|Podcast 370: First and goal||Podcast 370: First and goal||2017-12-13T06:00:00Z||2017-12-13T06:00:00Z|
Today, sit in on our chat with Wesley Miller, former safety with the Buffalo Bills and now the REC's new research associate. He talks about his past life in pro football as well as his research interests here at the Center. Also, go with us to Live Oak, Deep Ellum in Dallas, Texas A&M University-Galveston, and Port A. All this and much more.
|Podcast 369: Up the creek||Podcast 369: Up the creek||2017-12-06T06:00:00Z||2017-12-06T06:00:00Z|
Today we chat with Center Research Attorney Rusty Adams about the public's right to use navigable rivers and streams in Texas, even when those waterways cross private property. We also head to Houston for one of the largest local real estate transactions ever, and to Lubbock for a $91 million TTUHSC expansion. Also, which two Texas cities are among the safest in the nation? Tune in to find out.
|Podcast 368: November mail call||Podcast 368: November mail call||2017-11-29T06:00:00Z||2017-11-29T06:00:00Z|
Today we head to Austin, DeSoto, Conroe, Waco, Grand Prairie, Longview, Kilgore, and more. We’ll also read some constituent mail we’ve received over the past month and look at the latest publications from around the Center.
|Podcast 367: Some things new||Podcast 367: Some things new||2017-11-16T06:00:00Z||2017-11-16T06:00:00Z|
A lot of new things are in the works around the Real Estate Center: social media videos, webinars, calendar giveaways. Tune in today to learn more about them. You'll also get real estate headlines from Brookshire, Port Lavaca, San Antonio, Missouri City, Seguin, and Midland.
"This Land is Their Land" (REC article)
|Podcast 366: Retail details||Podcast 366: Retail details||2017-11-08T06:00:00Z||2017-11-08T06:00:00Z|
If today's lineup of stories has a common thread, it's retail. Tune in for news about Best Buy's new distribution center in Missouri City, HeyDay Entertainment's move into Denison, and Austin as a contender for new Amazon HQ. Join us.
|Podcast 365: It's lit!||Podcast 365: It's lit!||2017-11-01T05:00:00Z||2017-11-01T05:00:00Z|
This week, Stephenville's got the blues—well, it's getting Project Blue. Get fit in McAllen, and 490 beds are on their way to TAMU Commerce. We'll also cover headlines from Austin, Euless, McKinney, and San Antonio. Plus, historical trivia from Burnet County, and TREC is extending deadlines for licensees affected by Hurricane Harvey.
|Podcast 364: Trick 'r' treat||Podcast 364: Trick 'r' treat||2017-10-25T05:00:00Z||2017-10-25T05:00:00Z|
Before next Tuesday's onslaught of trick-r-treaters, check out the San Antonio Express-News' tips on how to prevent accidents on your property. Also, an unusual request from one of our constituents; fun facts about the State Fair of Texas; and news from Plano, Garland, and Realtor.com.
|Podcast 363: October mail call||Podcast 363: October mail call||2017-10-18T05:00:00Z||2017-10-18T05:00:00Z|
On today's monthly mail call episode, we field questions about condo association boards, North Texas economic projections, building permit data on our website, fees that Texas licensees pay to fund us, and more. This plus the biggest real estate news from around the state. Tune in.
|Podcast 362: Cleveland Rocks||Podcast 362: Cleveland Rocks||2017-10-04T05:00:00Z||2017-10-04T05:00:00Z|
Center Research Economist Dr. Luis Torres shares insights from last week's national business economists meeting in Cleveland, Ohio. Also, a shout-out to Whisper Valley, a Tyler hospital reaches to the sky(bridge), and Facebook still likes Austin. Plus, Texas A&M University, home of the Real Estate Center, turns 141 today. Join us.
|Podcast 361: Big Tex, Pharr for the course, HEB's snack attack||Podcast 361: Big Tex, Pharr for the course, HEB's snack attack||2017-09-27T05:00:00Z||2017-09-27T05:00:00Z|
Today, find out why folks in the Rio Grande Valley are shouting “Fore!” Or is it “Pharr!”? HEB’s pulling a snack-attack on Houston. Curious? We have all the delicious details. And stick around to find out which petroleum giant is moving to Midland. All this and much more, including a look back at a tall Texas icon.
|Podcast 360: Help for hurricane victims||Podcast 360: Help for hurricane victims||2017-09-20T05:00:00Z||2017-09-20T05:00:00Z|
Hurricane Harvey caused an estimated $125 billion worth of damage in Texas late last month. If you were one of the millions impacted by the storm, our free resource guide can help. Learn more about it on today's podcast. Also, we revisit Texas in 1967 in the aftermath of another devastating storm: Hurricane Beulah. All this plus the latest Austin MSA housing stats, a $130 million subdivision near 'Fixer-Upper' town, and much more. Join us.
|Podcast 359: Hurricane Harvey's economic impact||Podcast 359: Hurricane Harvey's economic impact||2017-09-13T05:00:00Z||2017-09-13T05:00:00Z|
All signs pointed to a significant recovery over 2016 for the Texas economy. Then Hurricane Harvey happened. Real Estate Center Chief Economist Dr. Jim Gaines talks about the impact the storm could have on housing markets, commercial markets, and overall GDP growth.
|Podcast 358: September mail call!||Podcast 358: September mail call!||2017-09-06T05:00:00Z||2017-09-06T05:00:00Z|
How long should you allow wood to dry before putting up new sheetrock following a flood? Where's the best place to market a Texas ranch these days? These are just two of the questions we answer on today's "mail call" episode. We also have information that might come in handy as you recover from Hurricane Harvey, plus CoreLogic's latest housing market update from DFW.
|Podcast 357: Hurricane Harvey||Podcast 357: Hurricane Harvey||2017-08-30T05:00:00Z||2017-08-30T05:00:00Z|
The nation watches as Texas recovers from one of the most destructive natural disasters in its history. We talk about Hurricane Harvey's potential economic impact and how you can help. Also, we bring you our usual roundup of real estate news from around the state.
|Podcast 356: This old loft||Podcast 356: This old loft||2017-08-23T05:00:00Z||2017-08-23T05:00:00Z|
Almost all small towns in Texas would love to revitalize their downtowns. In his latest research article, “This Old Loft,” Real Estate Center Research Economist Dr. Harold Hunt writes about the role lofts can play in reviving neglected downtown buildings that have historical interest and character. He joins us this week to talk about it.
|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.