Monthly Review of the Texas EconomyMonthly Review of the Texas EconomyAli Anari2020-03-30T05:00:00Ztechnical-report
Texas Economy
​​The Texas economy gained 314,500 nonagricultural jobs from February 2019 to February 2020, an annual growth rate of 2.5 percent​.​

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Texas Border EconomyTexas Border EconomyJames P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Griffin Carter2020-03-27T05:00:00Ztechnical-report
Texas Economy

Sluggish labor market conditions on both sides of the Texas-Mexico border weighed on the border economies. Hiring slowed and unemployment rates ticked up while real wages stumbled. ​

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Outlook for the Texas EconomyOutlook for the Texas EconomyLuis Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Griffin Carter2020-03-23T05:00:00Ztechnical-report
Texas Economy
​​​​​Texas' economy maintained positive momentum during January. The job market remained healthy, pushing the foreclosure inventory to a three-decade low.​

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Texas Quarterly Apartment ReportTexas Quarterly Apartment ReportJames P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Harold D. Hunt, Clare Losey, Trenton Forbes, and Caleb Smoot2020-03-20T05:00:00Zresearch-article

​​​​​​​​​​​​The Center's quarterly report helps discern apartment real estate trends in the four major metros.​

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Building BlockageBuilding BlockageAffordability Obstacles Piling UpJoshua Roberson2020-03-17T05:00:00Ztierra-grande

​​​Declining affordability is the new reality for Texas housing markets. Why? The answer is complicated.

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Knock on WoodKnock on WoodEast Texas Timberland Production Gets OverhauledErin M. Kiella2020-03-16T05:00:00Ztierra-grande
Land Markets

When lumber prices dropped after the Great Recession, East Texas' lumber industry overhauled its processes to optimize production and reduce waste.

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A Calculated RiskA Calculated RiskCommercial Real Estate ProfitabilityAli Anari and Harold D. Hunt2020-03-16T05:00:00Ztierra-grande

Commercial real estate investment carries some degree of risk, of course. Fortunately, there are tools that can, for example, provide clues as to which major Texas metro poses the least amount of risk overall.

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How COVID-19 Could Impact Texas’ Economy and Real Estate MarketsHow COVID-19 Could Impact Texas’ Economy and Real Estate MarketsJames P. Gaines and REC Research Staff2020-03-16T05:00:00Zresearch-article

​​​​​​​​Early in 2020, COVID-19 shocked the nation's economy and financial markets. This document provides a brief discussion of how Texas could be impacted.​

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Texas Housing InsightTexas Housing InsightJames P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Wesley Miller, Paige Silva, and Griffin Carter2020-03-10T05:00:00Ztechnical-report
Texas Economy

​Texas housing sales stabilized in January after reaching a record high the previous month. Steady employment growth and falling mortgage interest rates continued to support housing demand

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Texas Quarterly Commercial ReportTexas Quarterly Commercial ReportJames P. Gaines, Luis B. Torres, Harold D. Hunt, Clare Losey, and Trenton Forbes2020-03-09T05:00:00Ztechnical-report

​​This quarterly report summarizes key economic indicators that help discern commercial real estate trends in Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio.

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