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Commercial Real Estate in 2039 posted an article online yesterday “7 bold commercial real estate predictions.” Citing changes in demographics, technology, globalization, economic and environmental realities over the next 25 years, Peter Linneman, a Professor at The Wharton School of Business who pioneered the academic study of real estate predicts commercial real estate will be evolved but thriving. Commercial […]

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The Deal Sheet and Houston Makerspace

Kevin Dalrymple recently represented Houston Makerspace on the lease of their 22,000 SF of manufacturing space at 100 Hutcheson. Cushman & Wakefield’s Jim Foreman and Beau Kaleel repped landlord Bellefontaine Stella Link Ltd. Houston Makerspace’s new home on the East End is large workspace providing makers of all skill levels with access to equipment, studio and office space. […]

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2014 & Commercial Real Estate

Some of Houston’s top real estate attorneys discussed the Houston commercial real estate market in recent interviews with the Houston Business Journal. Below is a summary of some of their major interview points. What trends do you expects to emerge in 2014 for real estate: Paul Landen of Baker Botts LLP: Houston’s sizzling population and job growth […]

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We’ve launched!

We are so excited to share our newly designed website! It is fully responsive and adapts to whichever device, platform or browser you are using. Many thanks to the team at Houston-based 5 + 8 for their hard work in helping us design and build it. Don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn.

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Working with Inbound Investors

How can U.S.-based advisers foster business relationships with international investors? CCIMs offer these five tips: 1. Be patient and learn about where they are coming from. Ernest L. Brown IV, CCIM, from San Antonio suggests, “Study up on business models utilized. Understand why they are investing in the U.S. Learn their customs (many a mistake […]

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Texas Tops in Relocation Activity

AUSTIN (Texas Association of Realtors) – A report released yesterday by the Texas Association of Realtors (TAR) showed that Texas is a national leader in relocation activity. Harris County is the most mobile county in the Lone Star State, ranking first in the state and third nationally for the largest inflow of households (67,299). Dallas […]

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Real Estate Gifting

Eighty percent of real estate offered to qualified non-profit organizations has been turned away due to a lack of familiarity with procedures, evaluation process, legal and tax issues. However, charitable donations of real estate can be an avenue for needed funding and/or resources. For individuals or organizations, gifting real estate to a non-profit can possibly […]

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The Latest List of Accolades

Houston has received great national attention recently repeatedly placing on best of lists. Here are some of the latest accolades for our dear city: Houston Heights was named fourth best big-city neighborhoods in the country on CNN Money’s Best Places to Live rankings. With a median household income of $63,500 and a median home value […]

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