Houston is seeing near-unprecedented growth in real estate investment, driven by a booming energy market, one of the largest ports for foreign trade and an expanding medical sector. The city saw $8.8 billion of investment in 2012, an increase of 32% from the previous year. “It is one of those times when all three cylinders of Houston’s economy are firing really, really well,” said Tom Fish, managing director and....

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