Charles Gilliland

DR. CHARLES GILLILAND currently holds an appointment as a Research Economist with the Real Estate Center in the Mays School and an appointment as Adjunct Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University. In addition, Dr. Gilliland is Helen and O.N. Mitchell Fellow of Real Estate and a Clinical Professor of Finance teaching real estate investment analysis for the Master of Real Estate program in the Mays School at Texas A&M University.

Prosperity Rules: Texas Land Markets in the First Quarter of 2019

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the first quarter of 2019.

Texas land markets forecast for 2019

2019: Uncertain Times in Texas Land Markets

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for 2019.

Texas 2018 Third Quarter Land Market Report

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliand reports on Texas land markets for the third quarter 2018.

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Texas Land Markets 2018 Through the Second Quarter

Research economist Dr. Charles Gilliland reports on Texas land markets during the first six months of 2018.

Texas Land Markets First Quarter 2018

The strong trends established in the second half of 2017 steamed ahead in preliminary first quarter results.

Texas Land Markets Fourth Quarter 2017

Texas land markets posted a surprisingly strong fourth quarter as oil prices rose and drilling activity rebounded.

Texas Land Markets Third Quarter 2017

Based on results through the first three quarters of 2017, prices in Texas land markets have moved up slightly from 2016 levels.

Texas Land Market’s Mid-Year Report 2017

Prices in Texas land markets continued to rise in the first half of 2017 about 4.3 percent above price in the first half of 2016. Political uncertainty, falling value of the dollar, and continued prosperity promise to support current price and volume trends for the remainder of the year.

Report: Texas Land Markets at the Beginning of 2017

Texas land prices reached a new high in the first quarter of 2017. However, deflated prices have essentially remained rather flat since 2015. These first quarter results indicate that current market dynamics reflect a more measured environment compared to the accelerated growth in 2013-14.

Source: Real Estate Center Texas A&M University

Texas 2016 Land Market Report

Following the robust price recovery from 2012 through 2013 when prices surged by 7 to 10.5 percent annually, Texas land markets seem to have taken a break.

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Third Quarter Prices Rise: A Look at the Q3 2016 Land Market in Texas

By the end of the third quarter, Texas land markets had shaken off the drag inspired by low oil prices ...

Off to the Races: A Look at the Q2 2016 Land Market in Texas

Despite continuing turmoil in the oil patch, Texas land markets managed to post a small price gain in the second quarter of 2016, moving up just short of 2.5 percent to $2,500 per acre from the 2015 year-end price of $2,441 per acre.

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Second Wind for Texas Land Markets?: A Look at the Q4 2016 Land Market in Texas

Final year-end results indicate that 2015 Texas land market price trends slowed considerably.

2016 Looks to Be a Transition Year for Texas Land Markets

Since 2010, all segments of Texas land markets have prospered with rising prices and increasing interest.