HOUSTON—In order to better market its growing portfolio of real estate assets in West Texas, Taylor Consulting, Inc. (TAYO) is targeting modular housing manufacturers in the region for potential partnership.

Due to the explosion in shale oil and gas drilling and exploration in West Texas’ Permian Basin, the area is experiencing an unprecedented boom in population and economic activity. To capitalize, TAYO has formed a real estate division, Third Avenue Development, LLC, and acquired multiple West Texas properties. The company continues to conduct due diligence toward additional real estate acquisitions in the state, where population growth has averaged 1.7% annually over the past three years—more than double the national average.

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