Locations

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866-945-6565

Houston area

11200 Westheimer, Suite 1000
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Houston, TX 77042
713.978.6565
Email: Keith Cullum

Dallas/Ft. Worth area

106 Decker Court, Suite 300
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Irving, TX 75062
972.827.0208
Email: Megan Pino

San Antonio area

12460 Network Blvd, Bldg C #110
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San Antonio, TX 78249
210.787.2235
Email: Jody Carrillo

Austin area

2525 W. Anderson Lane, Suite 365
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Austin, Texas 78757
Norris Centers – Austin
**EVENTS AND BY APPOINTMENT ONLY**
512.593.2124
Email: Jody Carrillo

Vendor Program

Email: Natalie Pilkinton

Free Introductory Workshop DFW Saturday @ 9am

Want to learn how over 8000 people have been successful in real estate? Many of our members have never owned investment real estate before. Meet other local investors who have learned how to be successful in real estate and earn monthly passive streams of income! WHEN: Click here for our upcoming workshops! WHERE: 106 Decker, … read more

Are the Homes in the Most Overpriced Cities in America "Overpriced" or "Underanalyzed?"

Forbes reports on the most overly priced homes in America- listing unadaptive sellers as the primary reason for this trend. Ranking 40 major metropolitan area cities, Forbes looked to how many days homes spent on the market to determine if they were overpriced. However, according to Marty Kramer of Texas Real Estate, in actuality homes … read more

Texas Cities Remain Top Single Family Housing Markets

Reed Construction Data covers the trend of increasingly healthy markets in major Texas cities such as Houston, Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio. Dallas and Houston have recently been reported to have more multifamily permits than New York City! The trend has been attributed largely to “college and oil patch towns” that avoided both the housing … read more

Texans Vote for Amendments that Benefit Homeowners

Texas Real Estate reports on the three constitutional amendments and one proposition recently approved to revise the appraisal process and eminent domain. The reforms, benefiting Texan property owners, should make for a “fairer system.” The article outlines each proposition with propositions 2 and 3 concerning appraisals, and propositions 5 and 11 affecting the exercise of … read more

Top 10 Reasons for San Antonio's Bright Future in Commercial Real Estate

Amid reports of troubled commercial real estate markets, VIP Realty has claimed San Antonio as a place with a bright multifamily future. San Antonio has already been listed as having one of the strongest economies in America, and this article explains how this coordinates with the burgeoning commercial real estate market the city is experiencing. … read more

DFW Home Prices Decline the Least of Any City on S&P Index

Despite significantly lower values compared to 2007’s peak, Dallas News considers why this year Dallas-Fort Worth has seen the lowest home price declines of any city. Using the Case-Shiller index, analysts are able to track the recent shift in home prices to higher levels, admitting that the upswing may be attributable to the first time … read more

Texas Cities Dominate List of Top 10 Economies

It gave me chills to read that BusinessWeek put 5 Texas cities it it’s Top 10 Strongest Economies in America. The article citied a steady real estate market that never got “too hot or too cold”. BusinessWeek.com used research from the Brookings Institutions new MetroMonitor to rank the nations top 40 strongest economies. Texas dominated … read more