|Podcast 317: Fall Real Estate Roundup||Podcast 317: Fall Real Estate Roundup||2016-09-28T05:00:00Z||Latest S&P/Case-Shiller indices. Texas employment update. Garland's new $20 million logistics center. Give us just 12 minutes of your time and we'll bring you these stories and much more on this week's podcast.||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/podcasts/?Item=162|
|Podcast 316: Trading Places||Podcast 316: Trading Places||2016-09-21T05:00:00Z|
Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) No. 62 at the Port of Brownsville has been ranked second in the nation for the value of exports during 2015. In other trade-related news from the Border, DB Schenker's new warehouse near the World Trade Bridge in Laredo will become a certified FTZ next month. These stories and much more on this week's program.
|Podcast 315: International House Hunters||Podcast 315: International House Hunters||2016-09-15T05:00:00Z|
The impact that international investors and homebuyers are having on Texas can’t be overstated. Earlier this month, the Texas Association of Realtors released a report saying Texas home sales to international buyers topped $10 billion during the year ending in March 2016. The Dallas Morning News this week reported that Dallas ranks among the top U.S. cities for Chinese investors. Center Research Economist Dr. Luis Torres talked about this at last week’s Realtor Convention in Galveston, and he joins us on today's program.
|Podcast 314: East Side Story||Podcast 314: East Side Story||2016-09-07T05:00:00Z|
This week we take you to Austin, a city facing rapid growth. In his latest research article, Dr. Harold Hunt writes about how the city’s east side offers the only affordable area for redevelopment to meet that growth. He joins us to talk about it.
|Podcast 313: Fambrough Unplugged||Podcast 313: Fambrough Unplugged||2016-08-31T05:00:00Z|
The Red Zone says goodbye this week to longtime Real Estate Center writer and speaker Judon Fambrough, who's retiring after 39 years here. He talks about his experiences here at the Center.
|Podcast 312: How the West Was Won||Podcast 312: How the West Was Won||2016-08-24T05:00:00Z|
One of the state’s biggest real estate stories from the past year was the sale of the 535,000-acre Waggoner Ranch west of Wichita Falls in far North Texas. Real Estate Center Research Economist Dr. Charles Gilliland sat down with the two gentlemen who brokered the sale. They share part of their story on today’s program.
|Podcast 311: C'mon, Get Happy!||Podcast 311: C'mon, Get Happy!||2016-08-10T05:00:00Z|
Mattress Firm's big move is still on. Corpus Christi's Harbor Bridge project breaks ground. "The Town Without a Frown" wins our "Small Towns, Great Names!" online poll. These stories plus a whole lot more on today's podcast.
|Podcast 310: New Braunfels, Birthdays, and Nassau Bay||Podcast 310: New Braunfels, Birthdays, and Nassau Bay||2016-07-27T05:00:00Z|
Today's episode has a little something for everyone. Curious about how much impact e-commerce has had on DFW and Houston? We'll tell you. Have you heard about the latest mixed-use project planned for east Austin, or the retail center that was just sold in Nassau Bay? How about the hotel opening in the "City of Palms"? And where exactly is the "City of Palms," anyway? We have all this plus New Braunfels trivia and a little birthday celebration.
|Podcast 309: Houston, the Red Zone Has Landed||Podcast 309: Houston, the Red Zone Has Landed||2016-07-20T05:00:00Z||Forty-seven years ago today, astronaut Neil Armstrong took "one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." We celebrate that historic moment on today's program, and we bring you this week's roundup of Texas real estate headlines. Also, if you haven't signed up for our 30th Annual Legal Seminar on Ad Valorem Taxation, now's a great time to register. Conference coordinator Denise Whisenant joins us to tell you why. ||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/podcasts/?Item=154|
|Podcast 308: What's In Your Wallet?||Podcast 308: What's In Your Wallet?||2016-07-14T05:00:00Z|
Texas has a long-standing reputation as an oil state, but non-Texans may be surprised to learn how diverse the state’s economy actually is. Real Estate Center Research Economist Dr. Luis Torres and Research Assistant Wayne Day write about this in their forthcoming article, “What’s In Your Wallet?” They join us this week to talk about it.
|Podcast 307: Sizing Up Surveys||Podcast 307: Sizing Up Surveys||2016-07-06T05:00:00Z||What can an inaccurate survey mean to a potential property buyer? Bryan-College Station attorney Rusty Adams joins us today to answer that. He’s the author of "Sizing Up Surveys,” a new article on our website and in this month’s Tierra Grande magazine. Also, hosts Bryan Pope and Edie Craig take you to Dallas, El Paso, Little Elm and San Marcos for some of the week’s biggest real estate headlines.||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/podcasts/?Item=152|
|Podcast 306: Small Towns, Great Names!||Podcast 306: Small Towns, Great Names!||2016-06-29T05:00:00Z||Folks are talking about our effort to find out which small-town Texas name reigns supreme. Don't believe us? Check out today's show. You'll also get the week's biggest real estate headlines, including an update on Sugar Land's Imperial Market, Sky Cinemas' plans in Dripping Springs, data on first-time Texas homebuyer incomes, and an energy-assistance program that will help qualifying East Texas homeowners.||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/podcasts/?Item=151|
|Podcast 305: Texas Economic Update with Luis Torres||Podcast 305: Texas Economic Update with Luis Torres||2016-06-22T05:00:00Z|
On this week's program, Real Estate Center Research Economist Dr. Luis Torres has the good, the bad, and everything else on the Texas economy. We’ll also cover some of the week’s biggest real estate headlines, including Boeing's out-of-this-world news from Houston.
|Podcast 304: Tax or Consequences||Podcast 304: Tax or Consequences||2016-06-15T05:00:00Z|
They say only two things are certain in life: death and taxes. Real Estate Center Research Economist Dr. Charles Gilliland joins us this week to talk about one of them. Also, Houston is looking for volunteers to help install native wetland plants this month, and we want you to vote on your favorite small-town Texas name. This and much more, including some of the week's biggest real estate headlines from around the state.
|Podcast 303: Storm Surge of Texas Real Estate News||Podcast 303: Storm Surge of Texas Real Estate News||2016-06-08T05:00:00Z|
Batten down the hatches! June 1st marked the beginning of hurricane season. Today, we’ll talk about some of the most devastating hurricanes to ever hit the Texas coast, and we'll share information that could come in handy if another storm approaches.
|Podcast 302: Texas Housing Market Update with Jim Gaines||Podcast 302: Texas Housing Market Update with Jim Gaines||2016-06-01T05:00:00Z|
Real Estate Center Chief Economist Dr. Jim Gaines talks about what's happening in the Texas housing market, both at the state level and in certain metro areas. Also, cohosts Bryan Pope and Edie Craig bring you real estate headlines from Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Bowie, Longview and Waco.
|Podcast 301: Mission Possible||Podcast 301: Mission Possible||2016-05-25T05:00:00Z|
We kick off today's podcast with a trip back to 1690 for a brief history lesson on East Texas missions. We also get a head start on a popular Texas park's 75th anniversary celebration. And don't forget that the deadline to protest your property tax bill is just days away. All this plus the week's biggest real estate headlines.
|Podcast 300: Happy Birthday to Us!||Podcast 300: Happy Birthday to Us!||2016-05-18T05:00:00Z|
In 1971, Gov. Preston Smith signed legislation creating the Texas Real Estate Research Center and placing it in the College of Agriculture at Texas A&M University. To commemorate the occasion, we chat with Julio Laguarta, the man who first envisioned an academic center devoted entirely to Texas real estate research. You won't want to miss it.
|Podcast 299: Mother Lode of Texas Real Estate Gold||Podcast 299: Mother Lode of Texas Real Estate Gold||2016-05-04T05:00:00Z||It's been a big week for real estate news here in the Lone Star State. Join us today for the rundown, including latest Texas housing market figures, a big announcement from the Texas A&M University System, and the top cities for Hispanic entrepreneurs. And in honor of Mother's Day, we’re sending a little love to all the moms out there.||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/podcasts/?Item=144|
|Podcast 298: Beachy Keen||Podcast 298: Beachy Keen||2016-04-27T05:00:00Z||Today's show includes stories intended to kick your summer off right, but we also bring you the biggest real estate headlines from Tomball, Galveston, The Colony, and El Paso. And that's just the beginning.|
"Texas lures data centers, not for jobs but for revenue" (New York Times article)