Charles H. Heimsath

Charles Heimsath has been in some form of real estate endeavor for some 40 years. After graduating with a B.S. in Economics from the University of Vermont; receiving his Masters in Community and Regional Planning from UT and Post Graduate Studies at Rice University, Charles hit the ground running as an Urban Economist in Houston.

Two years later, Charles was the Senior Project Manager responsible for real estate research, urban development and socio-economic forecasting for the Rice Center in Houston. From there, Charles advanced to Associate Director of the South Main Center Association in Houston. Here, Charles was in charge of construction management, office administration, policy development and community outreach. He was also responsible for the construction of the Jesse H. Jones Fountain on Fannin Street.


In 1984, Charles moved to Austin, Texas to become Project Manager for R. Robinson & Associates. It's true he was in charge of real estate research, market and demographic studies and land-use forecasting, But there was so much more to do: quality control, prepare absorption studies for real estate valuations, conduct city wide market surveys and trend reports, even preparing highest and best use studies and site selection analyses.

Today, Charles is President of Capitol Market Research in Austin, Texas. CMR provides real estate research, market feasibility analysis, small area forecasting and economic impact assessments. Not only is Charles President, but he also finds time to be the COO, project manager and principal client liaison.

Charles Heimsath