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Commercial Real Estate Market Update July 2022

Dallas Commercial Real Estate Market Update

It’s time for a Commercial Market Update, and there is quite a lot to talk about. The market is shifting right now. There’s some relief for some buyers coming from it looks like, but not all sectors are shifting right now. Let me be clear on that. I want to talk through the different sectors of multi-family, industrial, retail and office and let you in on more about what’s going on in each of these areas in the the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex right now.

Tips on Choosing the Best Commercial Broker

Tips on Choosing the Best Commercial Real Estate Broker

As a commercial property owner, investor or a business owner, you are potentially about to take a huge leap into the unknown. Before you do, it is important to get a good commercial real estate professional on your side who can navigate the way and the best deal possible for you. There are a few key traits we have identified that are the most important when choosing the right broker.

Beautiful Office Space in Dallas Fort Worth

New Opportunity for Professional Office Space in Northeast Dallas for Corporations Looking to Relocate or Expand

Corporations looking to expand or relocate to the Dallas-Fort Worth area looking for great office space now have an opportunity to lease a professional office building at Sanden International in Wylie, Texas, a 40,000 square foot space offering a beautiful reception area, open floor plans for cubicles, many private offices, conference rooms, as well as a secure, fenced-in area with private security guard.

Dallas Population and Labor Force is Growing

What Does the Growing DFW Labor Market Mean for Investors?

The Dallas-Fort Worth labor market is booming, along with the massive population growth seen by the region. Between 2019 and 2021, Dallas-Fort Worth added 59,000 workers in professional and business services, a gain of 8.9 percent, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Market Update: Commercial Real Estate is Predicted to Hold Up

According to CoStar news and the chief economist of a prominent real estate trade group, commercial property demand will continue to thrive despite rising interest rates, inflation and other challenges affecting today’s economy. Retail is turning positive, and hospitality is beginning to recover from the pandemic. The Industrial and Multi-Family sectors continue to see growth. All rents are beginning to rise across every sector, and commercial real estate is overall, holding up.

DFW Real Estate Market Update

DFW REAL ESTATE MARKET UPDATE: Expectations & Opportunities

We have, as always, a lot to update you on in the residential and commercial real estate markets in our area. Probably more today in this crazy market than ever before. As such, our Founder & Managing Director has put together a telling and insightful market report for you about what’s happening, what to expect and where you opportunities lie in the Dallas-Fort Worth Residential and Commercial Real Estate Markets today. There is a lot of good information we are going to pass on to you, from meetings we have attended, what we see happening in the market each day and more than we cannot wait to let you in on. So we have a lot to cover today.

Investing in Commercial Real Estate during times of High Inflation

Commercial Real Estate Investment in Times of High Inflation

This year, the annual U.S. inflation hit its highest rate since 1981 and investors do not foresee it coming down anytime in the near future. These past few years have brought their fair share of difficulties in what seems to be a nonstop slew of world altering events, such as Covid-19 and more recent conflicts in Ukraine. With the supply chain continuing to be affected, and sanctions putting pressure on the oil and wheat industries, these events have caused prices to keep rising. In the face of such adversity, can commercial real estate be an asset to invest in additional income? It depends…

Population Growth in DFW Leads the Nation, Bringing More People More Jobs & Housing Demands Than Ever Before

Even through COVID and other challenging factors and times, Dallas-Fort Worth has remained a leader in population growth and will likely remain on this historical path looking into the foreseeable future. This growth has been majorly reflected within both commercial and residential real estate markets in recent times. Demand for properties is on the rise, and that does not appear to be changing anytime soon.