|Down in the Valley||Down in the Valley||McAllen-Edinburg-Mission||Joshua Roberson||2020-06-02T05:00:00Z||tierra-grande||Texas Economy|
McAllen-Edinburg-Mission's economy was flourishing until COVID-19 impacted some of the area's major economic drivers, such as healthcare, cross-border trading, and winter Texans. The extent of the damage is still unknown.
|Digital and Print||2276||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/DownInTheValley-2276|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2276.pdf|
|COVID-19 Impact Projections on Texas Economy||COVID-19 Impact Projections on Texas Economy||Luis B. Torres||2020-05-29T05:00:00Z||special-report||Texas Economy|
The Real Estate Center's new economic indicator can help forecast changes in the Texas economy resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Come here for weekly updates.
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|Digital and Print||2273||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/special-report/COVID-19-Impact-Projections|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2273.pdf|
|Texas Border Economy||Texas Border Economy||James P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Griffin Carter||2020-05-27T05:00:00Z||technical-report||Texas Economy|
The domestic coronavirus outbreak and ongoing decreases in global manufacturing production triggered a downturn in economic activity along the Texas-Mexico border in March.
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|Monthly Review of the Texas Economy||Monthly Review of the Texas Economy||Ali Anari||2020-05-26T05:00:00Z||technical-report||Texas Economy|
The Texas economy is suffering from COVID-19 pandemic and low oil prices. The state's economy lost 1,110,600 nonagricultural jobs from April 2019 to April 2020, an annual decline of 8.7 percent.
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|Outlook for the Texas Economy||Outlook for the Texas Economy||Luis Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Griffin Carter||2020-05-20T05:00:00Z||technical-report||Texas Economy||Decreased economic activity was reflected in a steep decline in hiring and a related surge in unemployment, with unemployment insurance initial claims indicating even higher joblessness in April.||Digital and Print||2046||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/technical-report/outlook-for-the-texas-economy|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2046.pdf|
|Get Smart||Get Smart||Buying, Selling High-Tech Homes||Kerri Lewis||2020-05-20T05:00:00Z||tierra-grande||Residential|
Studies show a growing number of homes use smart devices. While such technology can make a listing more attractive, it also adds steps to the buying/selling process that license holders need to know.
|Digital and Print||2272||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/GetSmart-2272|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2272.pdf|
|Unforeseen Circumstances||Unforeseen Circumstances||Contractual Obligations During a Pandemic||Rusty Adams||2020-05-18T05:00:00Z||tierra-grande||Legal Issues|
Broadly speaking, “acts of God" or force majeure are natural events that could not reasonably have been foreseen and prevented by parties in a legal contract. Courts will need to address whether the COVID-19 pandemic qualifies.
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|Texas Housing Insight||Texas Housing Insight||James P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Griffin Carter||2020-05-11T05:00:00Z||technical-report||Texas Economy|
With half the month affected by the domestic coronavirus outbreak, total Texas housing sales decreased 4 percent in March, but still resulted in moderate first quarter growth.
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|Residential Rental Protection and COVID-19||Residential Rental Protection and COVID-19||Wesley Miller||2020-04-28T05:00:00Z||tierra-grande||Residential|
A surge in residential evictions can have reverberating effects on individuals and society. To minimize those effects, protections have been put into place at the federal, state, and county levels to keep tenants in their homes in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.
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|Where is Rent More Affordable?||Where is Rent More Affordable?||Ali Anari||2020-04-22T05:00:00Z||tierra-grande||Residential|
A recent Real Estate Center study shows that, while rental housing remains more affordable in Texas than in the nation as a whole, affordability growth in the Lone Star State has slowed.
|Digital and Print||2270||https://www.recenter.tamu.edu/articles/tierra-grande/Where is Rent More Affordable-2270|| https://assets.recenter.tamu.edu/Documents/Articles/2270.pdf|