The Real Estate Center's new weekly podcast covers issues impacting Texas' housing, office, industrial and retail markets.
Podcast 477: When disaster strikes
The frequency and intensity of natural disasters like hurricanes and wildfires are expected to increase this decade. Wesley Miller, author of the Center's newest blog series, joins us in the Red Zone to discuss the financial hardships a natural disaster leaves in its wake.
Podcast 476: Lines in the sand: moving water boundaries
Water has served as a natural boundary for land for all of human history. But what happens when riverbanks move or shorelines change? Well, it depends. TRERC Research Attorney Rusty Adams explains on the latest Red Zone podcast.
Podcast 475: Texas land market cooldown
Texas rural land activity boomed immediately during the pandemic. However, the market is beginning to normalize. What is driving this land market cooldown? TRERC researchers Dr. Charles Gilliland and Dr. Lynn Krebs share their insights on today's podcast. Take a listen.
Podcast 474: Almost home: interest rates and housing affordability
Home-price appreciation, elevated inflation, and a potential recession have been weighing on the minds of Americans these past few months. How has the current economic environment affected Texas housing affordability? TRERC's Dr. Clare Losey explains in the latest Red Zone podcast.
Podcast 473: Texas jobs outlook
Texas' labor market was devastated when the pandemic shut down the economy, causing the state to lose around 1.4 million jobs in only two months. Texas has since recovered all jobs lost, and the job market has remained steady despite recent rapid inflation. What's in store for the rest of the year? Tune in to find out.
Podcast 472: What's in store along the border?
From supply-chain disruptions and travel restrictions to high inflation and decreased home affordability, the Texas-Mexico border saw its fair share of challenges in 2021. However, the border economies did improve amid employment growth and increased construction values. What happened along the border last year, and what's ahead for 2022? Tune in to find out.
I'm a new real estate agent and I love using this podcast to stay up to date with the market. Would definitely recommend.
Always worth a listen
Excellent podcast for Texas real estate markets. This is one of the few places to get good information on Texas land markets as well. Thoroughly researched and also entertaining, they bring expert knowledge and voices to understanding Texas real estate.
Fantastic Podcast. Informative, interesting and entertaining. Five Stars.