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Texas’ attraction for business


Just a quick follow-up on a couple of recent posts — notably, Round-up of Good News About Austin, 04/19/11, and Austin #1 for jobs, 05/03/11 — I was happy to see this new article in the Austin Business Journal today:

Texas ranked third most competitive for business

The article notes Samsung’s expansion in Austin, and recalled that in March 2011 the same publisher (Conway Data) recognized Texas with the Site Selection Governor’s Cup for the most new and expanded corporate facilities.  (See Texas named leading state for new plant locations, expansions.)In addition, there has been considerable discussion lately of corporate expansions and relocations from California to Texas (see California Begs Texas for Job-Creating Recipe With Growth Trading Places).  Noting disagreement from a senior economist from UCLA (see UCLA tries to put economic debate about California and Texas to rest), two announcements this week demonstrate that, at least for now, Texas and Austin remain attractive for corporate growth:
 

This is not gloating, but simply reporting.  Indeed, I would love to see business expansion gain momentum in California, and nationwide.  I have noted many times that even with many local and regional economic strengths, Austin’s continued economic success — generally, and our real estate business specifically — ultimately depends on a come-back in the states that have suffered most during this recession.  I am bullish on Austin, but this is not an “us vs. them” topic.  This is most definitely a case in which we ‘re all in this together, and I wish great prosperity for all Americans.

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About Bill Morris, Realtor

More than thirty years of business experience (high tech, client service, business organization and start-up, including many years in real estate) tell me that service is the key to success and I look forward to serving you. I represent both buyers and sellers throughout the Austin metropolitan area, which means first-hand market knowledge is brought to bear on serving your needs: -- Seller Representation is a comprehensive process that begins with thorough market analysis and consultation, continues with properly staging the home to achieve the highest price possible in a reasonable time on market, a complete program of marketing and promotion, ongoing updates and communication, closing coordination, and follow-up throughout (and after) the sale. -- Buyer Representation is also full service: shopping, previewing, price and market consultation, contracting, negotiating, coordination of inspections, appraisals, repairs, and closing details, and follow-up beyond the closing of your purchase to ensure your lasting satisfaction. Because the real estate industry is becoming more sophisticated and challenging every day, you need a professional that understands the industry and is positioned to stay ahead of the game. I go the extra mile to help you achieve your goals. That's why I constantly research the market and property values so your home is priced effectively from day one. I also make sure the public knows your home is for sale by using innovative advertising and marketing techniques to attract potential buyers.

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2 thoughts on “Texas’ attraction for business

  1. Major thanks for the article post. Will read on…

    Posted by Kaylee | May 21, 2011, 5:24 PM

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