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I reject property demolition, get approval and know your location

Land owners are usually excited over their newly acquired landed property. Based on the excitement landowners begins construction of a building without seeking for relevant government authorities approval to know whether or not the location of the land is for commercial or residential. 747 more words


Outlook for the Texas Economy

General optimism from the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University:


That’s all a good read, but most relevant to this site:

Texas housing sales expanded across the state despite shortages of homes priced under $300,000. 72 more words

Market News And Trends

Saskatchewan posts 3rd highest building permit increase among provinces

The number of building permits issued in Saskatchewan is on the rise.

Last November’s building permits were up 17.3 per cent, seasonally adjusted, over November 2016. 118 more words


Housing supply in Austin?

Calendar year 2017 was unusual — mostly for its similarity to the previous few years in limited residential real estate inventories.  It was the fifth year in a row with housing supply at or below half of what most market economists consider “normal” or “balanced.”  Austinites have come to understand “seller’s market” in a very personal way in this market cycle that has lasted longer than any other, at least over the past 28 years. 624 more words


Illegal acquisition of land...if you cry foul

Land property acquisition is a very serious business that demand 100% concentration, due diligence, proper care and high level of exhibition of skills in negotiation, research findings, fact and truth verification. 1,184 more words


What happens when builders can't get financing?

Source: Real Estate Professional – by Neil Sharma10 Nov 2017

In the wake of Castlepoint Numa’s announcement that it failed to secure financing for Museum Flats, the highly touted and anticipated Junction Triangle condo development, many purchasers feel like they’ve been left hung out to dry in a market that’s grown more expensive. 792 more words