Relatively new commercial real estate investors can benefit from seasoned borrowing advice. Most individuals complete 4-5 real estate transactions in a lifetime and those typically comprise of home purchases, commercial transactions are even more rare. It’s difficult to get commercial borrowing experience. Below are my… read more →
Community Impact Newspaper recently published an article on local retail development and quoted our very own Russ Boles. Read that section here and check out the entire article in the link to follow.
New retail, hotel and higher education projects on SH 45 between I-35 and Loop 1 strengthen this already dynamic economic corridor in Round Rock. Community Impact spoke to Russ for his thoughts on these most recent live-work-play additions to the area. Read the article here.
Commercial real estate in Round Rock is enjoying steady growth, with all signs pointing to this trend continuing. Community Impact interviewed Russ for insight into local development trends. Read the article here.
I’ve protested tax appraisals for a handful of my clients and want to pass along some of my experiences. What the Appraisal District is doing The County hires licensed real estate appraisers to review and value each piece of real property in the county. From… read more →
Recent commercial projects in northeast Round Rock and ongoing infrastructure improvements in Round Rock and Georgetown make southern Georgetown ripe for new development. Community Impact interviewed Russ about this development potential. Read his comments and the full article here.
Here is my scenario; a client calls to let me know that he needs to remove his livestock from his property because there is no grass to graze and he can’t afford to feed them. He’s worried that if he does that, he’ll lose his… read more →
If you’ve lost your ag exemption, then you’ve received the tax bill and know what it is, but in case you don’t know what an agricultural exemption is, here it is quickly. Agricultural Exemption Defined If your property is deemed by an appraisal district appraiser… read more →