Texas Cities See Population Boom, Even in Middle of Oil Bust

Texas added more people between July 2014 and July 2015 than any other state, according to new U.S. Census population data released this week. Nearly two-thirds of the almost 500,000 new Texas residents migrated from other states as Dallas, Houston, Austin and other metro areas lured companies ranging from Toyota and State Farm to Kubota […]


See where Houston ranks on a list of most traffic-jammed U.S. cities

A new report by TomTom says two West Coast cities have the country’s worst traffic-clogged commutes, but booming metro areas in the South, including Houston, have plenty of traffic misery of their own. Click here to read the rest of this Article. [Houston Business Journal]  


Houston housing market is just about recession proof, new study claims

While the Houston housing market is jittery over falling oil prices, a new real estate report claims that the Houston metro area is near the top of a list of cities where housing prices have bounced back the most from the Great Recession. Click here to read the rest of this Article.


Endeavor lures new multifamily talent, stylist Eve Michaels opens ‘The Shop’ and Big Red Dog gives green light to traffic

Here’s a look at some real estate stories that have flown under the radar screen recently. Click here to read the rest of the Article.

ACRP Perry Seeberger, Tom Langley, Jason Atkinson, Marty McAdams

ACRP HAPPY HOURS – Trends 2016


Louis Macey, Barbara Cutsinger, Louis A. Macey

Colliers TRENDS 2016

Hines, Chase Tower, Over 1 million square feet

BOMA Dallas – TOBY and Lone Star Awards

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CREW San Antonio


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ACRP Breakfast – Spaceport – Jan 28 2016