Monthly Archives: March 2016

Workplace Survey Shows Wide Gap in Office Preferences between Tech, Finance Companies

By Robert Carr, National Real Estate Investor Growth in the office sector is forcing corporate executives to try to move in two directions at once—finding efficiency to cut costs, while also expanding and upgrading the office environment to attract new … Continue reading

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New Developments Taking Off in Reborn Love Field Area

By Steve Brown, Dallas Morning News   The traffic on Dallas’ busy Mockingbird Lane is both on the ground and in the air. Jets taking off a few blocks away at Love Field and cars lined up on the busy … Continue reading

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McKesson Brings 1,000 New Jobs to Irving 

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Chase’s Planned Legacy West Campus is Growing

By Steve Brown, Dallas Morning News       JPMorgan Chase’s new Plano office campus is getting bigger. The financial services and banking giant is buying almost 50 acres in the Legacy West development near the southwest corner of State … Continue reading

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Outlook for the Texas Economy

This recent publication from The Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University is a comprehensive review of current and past data that provides a detailed outlook for the Texas Economy. Follow the link below to Vanguard Commercial Group’s CRE Data and … Continue reading

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Why Millennials Are Getting Into Real Estate

By Christine Perez, D Magazine Dallas appraisal executive Chuck Dannis has taught the same real estate class at Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business since 1988. Over the years, enrollment has risen and fallen, in line with the cyclical nature … Continue reading

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