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Here Are the New Conversations You Should Be Having About Office Space

Corgan's Lindsay Wilson says the workplace’s highest and best use is connecting us to each other for mentorship, innovation, fulfillment, and belonging.
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Dallas is Reinventing the Roaring ’20s

...and it is on track to becoming one of the most desirable cities to live in, says RHA Commercial's Rogers Healy.
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North Texas’ Golden Ticket: Why Exurbs are Winning

The boom in the ‘burbs is fueling DFW’s growth, says the city of Anna’s director of economic development Joey Grisham.
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The Most Important Person on a Real Estate Search Team Isn’t a Broker

Site selection expert Linda Burns says engaging HR to identify a company’s talent needs is crucial in today’s labor market.
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Global Investors Remain Enthusiastic about the U.S. Commercial Real Estate Market

Michele Wheeler of Jackson-Shaw says a recent survey ranks Dallas No. 4 nationally ahead of Seattle, New York, and Los Angeles.
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CREW Network Launches Pledge for Action to Advance Women and DEI in Commercial Real Estate

Diane Butler of Butler Advisers encourages every CEO in the CRE industry to sign on and commit to real change.
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Why Leasing to a Nonprofit is Better Than to a For-Profit Tenant

Not only are you supporting the community, but you're also securing a good client or tenant, says Solender/Hall Inc.'s Eliza Solender.
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Build-to-Rent Communities: The New Path to the American Dream?

Jeremy Edmiston of Cushman & Wakefield discusses the future of living in a home versus owning one.
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Leading a Brokerage Firm in Today’s CRE Landscape

Six tips from Colliers' executive managing director Daniel Taylor.
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Kicking off a Real Estate Project Post-Pandemic

Extended lead times, permit delays, labor shortages, and elevated material and labor costs are just a few things to consider, according to Cushman & Wakefield's April Desabrais.
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