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Counting the Cost of Texas Health Care

by irc16350 on April 21, 2017

 

Healthcare expenditure accounts for nearly half of the state budget, and has exceeded state inflation as well as population growth in the last few years. Fiscal spending in 2015 for the state was $42.9 Billion, 43.1% of total state appropriations, between 2011-2015 the state increased its government spending on healthcare by 19.7%. Increased medical breakthroughs and advances in medical technology, pharmaceutical drugs particularly those that treat chronic illnesses are among some of the contributing factors which are giving cause to the increase in healthcare spending. In addition, an aging population, including the increased need in medical care that comes with age, and uncompensated care make up the other factors which are driving up healthcare spending in Texas.

Counting the Cost of Texas Health Care

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According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, in response to the loss of anchor tenants throughout malls in the U.S, as well as the subsequent demise of the location as a whole due to the increase in popularity of online shopping, in online market hubs such as Amazon for example, cities have enlisted the help of developers to monetize deceased malls. Local governments are eager to assist developers revitalize stagnant locations by demolishing previous malls and constructing new shops, offices, apartments, and hotels.

Cities Restore Lost Streets, Local Charm After Razing Failed Malls

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What’s the Value of a Like?

April 18, 2017

Tweet   Companies across the world spend billions of dollars every year to increase their social media presence. For example, Red Bull live-streamed a man skydiving from space and shared it all over their social networks. Companies will go to extreme links to get their brand out there and Facebook seems to be the preferred […]

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10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today

April 17, 2017

Tweet   As the first quarter comes to an end, Morgan Stanley analysts forecast that the Commercial Real Estate bull market is about to come to end due to more stringent lending standards, and rising interest rates relative to NOI growth. U.S investors have increased Hotel& Resort and Office investment trust’s by 14.8% and 10.8%, […]

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As Middle, Low-Income Californians Migrate To Texas, Class-B Apartments Benefit

April 14, 2017

Tweet   Middle to low income Californians are migrating to Texas due to its low cost of living and affordability, and according to the U.S Census the beneficiaries will be Class B and C apartments. Axiometrics shows San Francisco Class C apartments renting for $2,428, far more than Class A space in Austin or Dallas […]

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Garden Style Apartment Communities Outperform the Market

April 13, 2017

Tweet   Because low density, garden style apartments are becoming farther and fewer in between, average rents are rising, and both demand as well as occupancy are high. Existing garden style apartments are usually located in areas where it would not be easily possible for a competitor to develop a similar property due to the […]

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Proposed Retail Development is Another Sign of Growth for San Antonio

April 12, 2017

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How Is the Price of Owning VS. Renting Affecting the Multifamily Market?

April 12, 2017

Tweet   Timing is critical when purchasing real estate. It is especially critical when you are looking to purchase a home and build up equity. Similarly, good timing can allow individuals to take advantage of a period where low rents abound. A ratio of home prices to rents could allow for one to make a […]

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