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Land

Meet the Finalists: The Commercial Real Estate Leaders Behind The Region’s Most Significant Land Deals

Brokers with Davidson Bogel Real Estate and Holt Lunsford Commercial were key players in the banner transactions.
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CRE Opinion

The Traditional Transition of Underdeveloped Land as an Investment

If you haven’t visited, but have only heard of Terrell, Midlothian, Howe, Sanger, and Weatherford, you will soon, says Younger Partners exec Robert Grunnah.
Younger Land Absorption Map
Commercial Real Estate

2020 North Texas Land Absorption Report Reveals a Promising Future

DFW is well-positioned to absorb even a relatively strong readjustment and has emerged as a top-five national investment market, says veteran land broker Robert Grunnah.
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Business

This Eccentric Oil Baron Wants to Bring the U.S. Open to Carrollton

Albert Huddleston has all the money in the world, and he’s spending some of it to build a private golf Shangri-La.
By Curt Sampson
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Commercial Real Estate

DFW Land Absorption Report

Land investment differs greatly from other types of real estate products, generally by its inability to produce interim cash flow and its vulnerability to recurring cycles.

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Commercial Property Sales

Randy Baird: What Inning Are We Really In?

We are now in year seven of an economic recovery and the recovery/growth phase of Dallas’ real estate cycle. Given that the average real estate cycle is seven years in duration, some would take this to mean we are in the ninth inning and a couple of strike-outs away from lights out at the ballpark.
Development

Nominate: D CEO’s Residential Real Estate Awards 2016

Once again, D CEO will recognize outstanding achievement in the residential real estate sector—in a market that continues to be one of the hottest in the country. Nominations are now open for the awards program, with a deadline of June 24.
Commercial Property Sales

EB5: Risks and Rewards in DFW Real Estate

When the program works, everyone is happy. Developers get low-cost capital from silent investors who really just want to break even. Investors get those all-important green cards, which provide permanent residency. Those who facilitate the investments get their cuts. And cities benefit from new jobs and tax-generating enterprises and developments.
Commercial Property Sales

Paul Wittorf to Lead Transwestern’s DFW Operations

Transwestern has named Paul Wittorf to replace Jack Eimer as market leader for the firm’s North Texas operations, based in Dallas.
Commentary

Robert Grunnah: The Most Dangerous Four- (or Five-) Letter Words in Real Estate

An active, robust economy produces good jobs, good pay, and high occupancies, such as we have seen the last three years. This has produced record compressed capitalization rates at levels not inversely seen since my Great Depression (I986-1990).