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May 2017 Archives

6 San Antonio commercial zoning rules

Just because you buy a piece of commercial real estate doesn't mean that you can use it for any kind of business you want. Imagine if you could open up an oil refinery right next to a residential neighborhood. Zoning laws make San Antonio a more pleasurable and organized place to live. That said, zoning laws can represent a very serious headache for business owners -- especially those who make a commercial real estate purchase before doing their zoning research.

Little tricks to boost your home's value before a sale

If you're planning to sell your San Antonio residence, you probably want to get the process over and done with as quickly as possible, but did you know that a few small improvements could dramatically boost the value of your residence? It could pay both in money and time to complete a few improvement tweaks before you put your home on the market.

Banks plan to approve fewer commercial real estate loans in 2017

United States banks say that they will be tightening their standards for granting commercial real estate loans during 2017 and into 2018. The Federal Reserve reported the news last Monday, commenting that this could affect the future of commercial real estate business in the immediate future.

How does Texas commercial property compare to other states?

According to a recent report published by the Commercial Real Estate Development Association (NAIOP) Research Foundation, Texas commercial property is booming. Texas, for the second consecutive year, ranked as one of the leading states in commercial real estate spending. In fact, Texas commercial real estate spending is second only to New York.