Houston Commercial Real Estate

How Will Low Oil Prices Affect Real Estate in Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston in 2015?

Opinions differ on how the rapid decline in oil prices will affect the real estate markets of the states’s two behemoth metroplexes in 2015. The question seems to be how low will oil prices go, and how long will they stay at those levels. Although Houston’s economy is much more diverse now than during the 1980’s oil bust, multifamily consulting and data…read more →

Patience pays off as land values boom in inner Houston area.

Article by the Houston Chronicle, By Nancy Sarnoff October 2, 2014 | Updated: October 4, 2014 8:27pm Patience can be profitable. At the end of 2011, commercial real estate firm CBRE began marketing portions of the Westcreek apartment complex near the Galleria after selling a larger piece of it for a high-end mixed-use district several years earlier. None of the…read more →

Boomtowns Houston, Dallas don’t have much reason to fight anymore

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land The cities are two of the country’s fastest-growing metro areas, but they don’t tussle as much for business as in days past.   Troy Corman‘s insight: There are almost 50 office buildings under construction in the Houston area. An additional 114 are proposed. Compare that to North Texas, where about 20 office projects…read more →