Whether you are a company seeking to establish or expand operations with land or commercial space, an individual looking for a storefront, or a city dweller in search of a weekend escape, our Land and Commercial Division is here to assist you. With our extensive knowledge and experience, we are well-equipped to identify the best opportunities for you in Central Texas.

With over 75 years of combined experience in the Central Texas real estate market, our team possesses a deep understanding of the intricacies of ranch, land, and commercial transactions and keep current with important market trends, zoning regulations, and environmental considerations when transacting in these areas of real estate.

SEED's expansion in October 2023 into land and commercial comes with the addition of real estate veteran Kristofer Kasper, a former real estate attorney and former principal of The Miles Real Estate Group. Kris brings extensive real estate expertise, having been on both sides of the transaction as an attorney, broker/agent, and client. Kris began his legal career at the prestigious law firm of Armbrust & Brown, PLLC where he was partner specializing in entitlements, commercial, and residential real estate issues. He has also earned his Accredited Land Consultant (ALC) and Graduate Realtors Institute (GRI) designations.

Case Studies

The Love Building

The Love Building was built in 1883 by David Love as a place to conduct his mercantile business. A classic example of Victorian architecture, it is a two-story stone building with an ornate metal façade. The building went through some comprehensive renovations in the early 1980’s, but with the passage of time and the hot Texas sun, it was again worn and in need of attention.

The interior received fresh paint and new utilities. The upstairs rooms were converted from offices back to apartments. The kitchen and bathrooms were remodeled with concrete tile and granite counters. Long leaf pine floors were sourced from the old stage of the Austin Municipal Auditorium…. on which Elvis, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, the Police and Bob Marley all played.

The Love Building again has life and is a vibrant part of the landscape of the Georgetown square.

The Doering Building

The Doering building has had a long and varied history. The first structure appears to have been built on this site in 1885, and then through a couple of phased builds was replaced by the current structure in 1895(ish). At varying points, it was a bath house, mercantile, tin shop, flooring business and antiques store. There were almost as many remodels of the interior and exterior of the building. While jointly working with the Main Street Program of the Texas Historic Commission and Georgetown’s historic officers, we found a few historic photos of the structure.

On the interior of the building, our mason patched and fixed “upwards of 1000” holes in the old masonry. New gas, water and wastewater lines brought in some modern conveniences. The bathroom was re-tiled and the old long leaf floors received some much-needed care. Finally, fire suppression was installed, both for the benefit of the building and the surrounding neighbors.

This was a wonderful project that brought back the beauty of this building.