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Investing in Texas Homes and Commercial Real Estate

Posted in: Investment Analysis
By SAGE - Premium Texas Real Estate
Oct 25, 2013 - 9:30:42 PM

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A couple of 2010 reports highlight the continuing positive indicators for investing in Texas homes and real estate, including commercial real estate investments.  Our yellow rose of Texas continues to hold promise for investors, according to news snippets published in the "Real Estate Center Online News" from Texas A&M University in the October 15 issue.  

Reports from the Milken Institute and the Emerging Trends in Real Estate both underscored the fertile soil of real estate investing in Texas.  The Milken Institute indexed 200 of the largest metropolitan areas in the United States "based on their ability to create and sustain jobs."  Two years in a row, real estate in Austin-Round Rock and four other Texas cities ranked in the Top 10 of the Milken Institute's Best-Performing Cities.  

Emerging Trends in Real Estate ranked Austin TX commercial real estate as No. 4 of more than 50 U.S. cities studied.  Houston ranked No. 8 and Dallas-Fort Worth held its own as No. 12.  Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 2 as one of the best places to buy industrial properties.  "Emerging Trends" forecasts cities with the best prospects for commercial real estate investment opportunities and the staff continue to watch how Dallas attracts businesses with its low costs, low taxes and sizeable talent pool.  Also, watch how Houston appears stronger after the recession, creating more real estate demand in the area.

Emerging Trends in Real Estate reflects the views of leading real estate executives from around the world including investors, developers, property companies, lenders, brokers, and consultants. The report also elaborates on trends in the capital markets, indicates which property sectors offer the best opportunities, provides rankings and assessments of a variety of specialty property types, and describes the impact of social and political trends on real estate.

The other Texas metro areas dominating the Milken Institute study included Killeen-Temple-Fort Hood (No. 1), McAllen-Edinburg-Million (No. 4), El Paso (No. 9), and Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown (No. 10).  In addition, Brownsville-Harlingen No. 13, San Antonio ranked No. 14, Amarillo No. 16, Dallas-Plano-Irving No. 17, Fort Worth-Arlington No. 23, and Lubbock No. 24.

The Lone Star State offers "a business-friendly climate, a vibrant tech industry, and little exposure to the housing bubble and the financial services industry helped keep Texas cities and many of their peers on stable ground during the economic downturn," as described in a press release written up by the Milken Institute.

For more information about relocation, investing, and real estate, click here to contact Dale Cook or call 830-997-1035.

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