Taylor Consulting, Inc. (OTCBB:TAYO) Announces Massive Investment In Texas Real Estate

Taylor Consulting, Inc. (OTCBB:TAYO) which is into real estate and office space consulting disclosed today in a press release that it is all set to leverage the huge pent up demand for real estate in Texas due to the huge strides made by the Lone Star State in generation of oil and gas in the past few years. The real estate firm hopes to accomplish this by increasing its business foot print in the state organically by buying up new properties and in turn developing the same by tried and tested market strategies which has helped the firm in turning over profits in other states.

CEO Speak

Explaining the company’s strategy to leverage the unprecedented oil and gas sector driven demand for real estate to grow its own business, Taylor Consulting, Inc. (OTCBB:TAYO) Chief Executive Officer Scott Wheeler has been quoted to have said that, “All of the oilfield and energy workers moving to Texas from all over the U.S. need housing, offices and other amenities. With the industry set to continue its growth for some time, there are boundless opportunities to acquire, develop, rehabilitate and resell property across the state.”

Texas – Cusp Of Emerging As A Oil and Gas Major

The unlimited potential opportunities for the real estate sector has been highlighted by a recent Forbes Magazine report which has been alluded to by Taylor Consulting, Inc. (OTCBB:TAYO) in its press note. Forbes Magazine has in a recent report on the biggest oil producers in the world has pegged Texas in slot number 9 globally, in the hypothetical scenario of the state being a separate nation. It is interesting to note that Texas sate in past year has pumped out a humongous 2.7 million barrels of oil every day, which constitutes a more than doubling of production over the past two and a half years. The Forbes magazine report had gone on to extrapolate that at the current rate of growth in oil production, Texas State would soon emerge as a surplus oil and gas producer which would outpace the likes of Persian Gulf oil producing majors like UAE, Iraq and Iran.

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