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CRE Opinion

DFW Multifamily Market Hits Record-Breaking Benchmarks

Newmark exec Brian O'Boyle Sr. says "trading prices have reached impressive levels, and cap rates remain low, some in the 3.5 to 3.75 percent."
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Commercial Real Estate

DFW’s Multifamily Market Continues to Surge

Newmark Dallas founder Brian O'Boyle Sr. says the only problem is that there currently is more buyer demand than there is product.
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Commercial Real Estate

New Lineup of Contributing Editors for D CEO Real Estate

More than 100 market leaders have signed on to share their perspectives on industry trends, economic reports, and various sectors and submarkets.
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Commercial Real Estate

Deal Ticker: Massive Hyatt Resort Heads to Lake Ray Hubbard Project

Plus: Leading cabinet supplier expands North Texas manufacturing facility, Arlington Police Department purchases dormant property, and more.
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CRE Opinion

Multifamily: The Incredible Bounce-Back of 2020

The Dallas-Fort Worth market is operating at near pre-pandemic levels. Newmark executive Brian O'Boyle shares insights on what this means for buyers and sellers.

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Commercial Real Estate

Is The Multifamily Brokerage Community Experiencing a Resurgence of Activity?

Buyers, sellers, and brokers alike can now see the light at the end of the tunnel., says NKF executive Brian O’Boyle.
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Commercial Real Estate

Will DFW’s Multifamily Market Continue to Perform?

Newmark Knight Frank vice chairman says the COVID-19 pandemic is causing investors to rethink their strategies.
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Commercial Real Estate

Optimism in the Dallas-Fort Worth Multifamily Market

Barring interest rate hikes and/or a bottoming out of the job market, North Texas multifamily is on deck for another great year.
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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: Tapping the Brakes on Multifamily Investment

It's true that Dallas-Fort Worth multifamily activity has slowed, but it shouldn't cause worry. Here's why.