State agencies own property all across Texas. As time goes by, the needs of these state agencies change. Sometimes a valuable property can become an underused state asset.
One of the jobs of the Texas General Land Office is to identify these underused properties and recommend what should be done with them. The Land Office provides the Governor a list of these underused state agency properties periodically. This Governor's Report recommends what should be done with the property. Sometimes the real estate experts at the Texas General Land Office recommend selling these properties. Sometimes the recommendation is to trade or lease these properties. Each property is reviewed on an individual basis.
The Governor has 90 days to approve or disapprove the Texas General Land Office's recommendations.
Real Property Evaluation Reports
These reports contain evaluations of real property controlled by state agencies as mandated by the Texas Natural Resources Code, Section 31.154, et seq.
2014 State Real Property Report Coming on September 1, 2014.
2013 Real Property Evaluation Report - Part II - TDA, TSBVI, CUD, TSD, TPWD
2013 Real Property Evaluation Report - Part IV - TPWD cont
2013 Real Property Evaluation Report - Par V - TBPE, DPS
2010 Real Property Evaluation Report - TDJC, TSL
2009 Real Property Evaluation Report - HHSC, TWC, TBPE, TSBVI, and TSD
2008 TPWD, DPS, TFC & Small - Agencies Report Section I
2008 TPWD, DPS, TFC & Small - Agencies Report Section II