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Commercial real estate in Texas: What to watch in 2018

Entrepreneurs are wise to keep close tabs on the real estate market in Texas. A recent report by the National Association for Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP) Commercial Real Estate Development Association ranks the Lone Star State top in the nation for growth within the commercial real estate market.

Where economics and ecology align

Building and re-developing commercial real estate can be investments that yield excellent dividends. There are, however, often extensive legal considerations that come along with specific properties. Here are some legal factors about wetland permitting and mitigation banking that may influence how you approach investment in particular real estate.

Houston commercial real estate takes a fresh approach

The commercial real estate market often fluctuates with the economy. As the economy is doing well, so is the commercial real estate market. The market in Houston has experienced a few set-backs in recent years, but appears to be poised for growth.

3 questions to guide incorporation discussions

Business owners are familiar with the need to analyze the risk-benefit ratio before moving forward with a transaction. An important part of this analysis is a full understanding of the components of the proposed transaction. Taking the step towards incorporating a business is not much different than moving forward with any other business transaction. The business owners need to become familiar with the different options for forms of business entities and weigh the risk-benefit of each to determine the best option for their interests.

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