Monthly Archives: January 2016

Dallas, San Antonio and Austin keep Texas growing

by Mitchell Schnurman, Dallas Morning News Call it the I-35 firewall, because it’s the best defense against a big downturn in the Texas economy. Three major metros along the interstate corridor — Dallas, Austin and San Antonio — keep adding … Continue reading

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3 Houston Economists: WHY OIL WON’T BALANCE UNTIL 2017 AND WHY HOUSTON DOESN’T NEED IT TO

By Catie Dixon, Bisnow Texas Bisnow gathered three of Houston’s leading energy economists and analysts at yesterday’s Impact of Oil and Gas on Real Estate event, and they’re all pretty much writing off 2016 for any improvement in the oil … Continue reading

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DFW Shopping Center Vacancies at 3 Decade Low

By Steve Brown, Dallas Morning News Despite challenges of storefront retailing in the e-commerce age, Dallas-Fort Worth shopping center vacancies are starting out 2016 with the lowest vacancy in 31 years. Only about 8 percent of North Texas’ retail space … Continue reading

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