Analysis: Tax breaks and big red fire trucks

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From the Texas Tribune:   Rising property taxes are a legitimate political issue, driven by what elected officials and aspiring officeholders hear from their angry constituents. Local governments are on the other side of this, however, hearing from those same voters  about deficiencies in schools and roads, crime protection and … Read More

First Annual Texas Home & Mortgage Symposium Set for Next Week

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Land Developers & Owner Financers Join Forces to Protect Rights to Buy, Sell, and Use Property   AUSTIN, Texas – The Texas Land Developers Association, in partnership with the Seller Finance Coalition, is hosting its first annual Texas Home & Mortgage Symposium, with seller financers of homes and land, loan servicers, title professionals, and … Read More

Who’s on the Texas primary ballots in 2018?

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From the Texas Tribune: Texas will hold its 2018 primary elections on March 6 — the first state in the country to do so — and hundreds of candidates across the state have filed to run for public office. Below are the candidates who have filed for the Democratic and … Read More

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