Land Value Enhancement is the multi­disciplined task of bringing undeveloped or underdeveloped real estate to a developable state. It requires the coordination of land planning, zoning, marketing and economic analysis, infrastructure planning and development, community relations and a variety of other simultaneous activities. While complex, great values may be achieved for the expenditure of comparatively little capital.


The LVE Process starts with the honest assessment of problems, challenges and opportunities associated with every site including, but not limited to the following:

• Location

• Access

• Utilities

• Drainage & Water Quality

• Endangered Species

• Environmental Factors

• Geological and Soil Conditions

• Zoning

• Political & Regulatory Matters


The Plan

Following the assessment, a development plan and strategy for its implementation can be prepared, including some or all of the following:

• Highest & Best Use Determination

• Land Use Concept Plan

• Infrastructure Design

• Site Development Plan

• Economic Analysis

• Platting

• Permitting

• Financing

• Marketing Plan & Strategy



Oakmont Business Park-an 18 acre raw land tract developed into a planned commercial mixed use community including a 20,000 square foot suburban office building, 84 office condominiums and sites for a hotel and restaurant. Tower Centre - a 9 acre site assembled from 3 parcels and developed into a commercial mixed use project including an express car wash, hotel site, auto service retail business, restaurant site and general business commercial site.


Do we need this section? Seems to go under About. Perhaps just have a button that says About Tesch and Associates or something.


Robert Tesch, principal of Tesch & Associates bas been engaged in the commercial real estate business in Texas for over 30 years. He began his career with a Houston, Texas 6rm in 1969 after college. In 1971 he formed the predecessor to Tesch & Associates. In 1984 he moved to Austin, Texas where his Land Value Enhancement and commercial real estate development business has grown and thrived.

Community Leader:

Among those who have called upon Bob to , serve in various community leadership positions are: Williamson County Commissioner's Court, the City of Cedar Park and governor Rick Perry. ln 2003 Governor Perry commissioned him Presiding Officer of Texas' first Regional Mobility Authority. Under his leadership the Authority's first turnpike project (US 183A) was completed in 2007 on-time and on-budget. After serving six years as Chairman, in 2009 Governor Perry appointed him _to a six year term on the Board of Directors of the Brazos River Authority; which develops, manages and provides water to municipalities, agriculture and industry in seventy Texas counties.

The Williamson County Commissioners Court said in a 2009 proclamation honoring him for his service: "He has served his county and region with the utmost integrity and established a legacy that will long outlive his term as Chairman."

The Capital Area Transportation Coalition honored him with its distinguished "Flying

Tiger" award for his leadership in addressing the region's "growing transportation crisis."

A veteran of the United States Navy, Bob currently serves on the Executive Bqard of the Capitol Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, is a member of the Real Estate Council of Austin and a University of Texas Alumnus.