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Rockspring News

Posted by: In: Newsletter, Rockspring News 14 Oct 2015 0 comments

By Beau Ryan, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer

Elizabeth Burdine has joined the Rockspring team as a portfolio manager. Her duties will include institution-grade risk and return analytics and assuring that all fund offerings adhere to their specific investment mandates. Visit Our Team page to view her full bio.

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Posted by: In: Newsletter, Rockspring News 14 Oct 2015 0 comments

By Jim Hynes, Managing Director

Rockspring Capital recently made the decision to create a specialized investment product for broker dealer and registered investment advisor clients. We have been working diligently with securities lawyers, accountants, advisors and compliance/due diligence teams to structure a compelling product for this market. All this hard work has recently paid off as Rockspring recently launched and rolled out our offering which is definitely a milestone for our firm!

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Posted by: In: Newsletter, Rockspring News 14 Oct 2015 0 comments

In June, Rockspring Capital acquired a 10-acre property in the booming San Antonio neighborhood of Westover Hills.  This commercial tract is located on the Southeast corner of Loop 1604 and Military Road.

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Posted by: In: Rockspring News 07 Oct 2015 0 comments

Jim McAlister IV was once again invited to the FOX Business studio by renowned Host and Anchor Maria Bartiromo to discuss what the U.S. can learn from the Texas Model. This time the discussion was held over a two-day panel.  Business-friendly regulations, low taxes, diverse industry and jobs creation are keeping the Lone Star State ahead of the nation. Click here to see the full panel.


Posted by: In: Rockspring News 15 Jun 2015 0 comments

Rockspring Capital, a privately-owned real estate investment firm headquartered in Houston, today announced the sale of a 4-acre site in Houston located at the corner of Yale St. and the North Loop 610 within the highly valued Garden Oaks and Greater Heights neighborhoods.

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Industry Insights

Posted by: In: Industry Insights 20 May 2016 0 comments

Texas’ major metros are not only seeing explosive population growth, but income is increasing at a strong rate as well. This is driving commercial, land and retail real estate investors far and wide to get in on the boom happening in Texas. Globe St. recently interviewed the Chief Financial Officer of InvenTrust, where he gives his two cents on what the future holds.

To view the Globe St. article click here.

Posted by: In: Industry Insights 03 May 2016 0 comments

A new report from HomeVestors and Local Market Monitor identified the Dallas-Plano-Irving region and San Antonio as the top two markets for real estate investors for the first quarter of 2016. Posted by the MReport, the major metric used to determine the ranking of these cities was the increases in job opportunities in the past year.

To view the MReport story, click here.

Posted by: In: Industry Insights 06 Apr 2016 0 comments

They’re coming from everywhere. If it isn’t’ the business friendly regulations, the strong housing market or massive job opportunities, it is all three bringing more and more people and businesses to Texas. Eight of the top 20 counties in the U.S. with the highest population growth last year belong to Texas. Although the oil downturn has had its lick, the economical diversity of the Lone Star State is way more than oil.

To view the Bloomberg News story, click here.

Posted by: In: Industry Insights 05 Apr 2016 0 comments

New U.S. Census Bureau data revealed that Houston has added more people than any other region in the country in the past year. Between Houston, the Woodlands and Sugar Land, the region added roughly 160,000 people. Furthermore, the Texas Triangle (Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio) added over 400,000 people in this same time frame, more than any state in the nation. The robust job selection and cheaper cost of living are attributed to this growth.

To view the Houston Chronicle story, click here.

Posted by: In: Industry Insights 31 Mar 2016 0 comments

Officials at the Port of Houston Authority say they have been seeing record traffic thanks to the chemicals industry, another way the diverse Texas economy is handling the oil downturn. Billions of dollars have been invested into new petrochem plants that are focused on processing polyethylene from natural gas. This has created a surge in job growth, with even more plants and projects scheduled to continue through 2017.

To view the Oil and Gas Investor story, click here.