Texas A&M Real Estate Center
This organization cannot help you on your legal issue directly or take your case. They primarily provide guides and conduct research.
From their website:
Can a homeowner trim a neighbor's tree when the limbs cross the property line? How do you get a Texas real estate license? What's the median price of an existing Midland home? Why are water rights being bought and sold? My landlord won't install a smoke detector. What can I do?
Everyone has real estate questions. The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University can help you find the answers.
The Center is the nation's largest publicly funded organization devoted to real estate research. Most of our $5.1 million in annual funding comes from real estate license fees paid by more than 160,000 professionals. A nine-member advisory committee appointed by the governor provides research guidance and approves the budget.
The Center's staff conducts research on financial, socioeconomic, public policy, trade, legal, land use and local market analysis issues related to real estate.