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Greg Grainger: Customer Service Can Make or Break Deals

The Younger Partners executive says although it is critical to have a product worth selling, clients demand great service to back it up, too.
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Sam Kartalis: Reflections on 50 Years in Commercial Real Estate

Here's how the industry has changed—and stayed the same—in the past five decades.
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The Richards Group Hires New CFO

Plus, Denton County Transportation Authority CEO steps down; SBI welcomes new CFO; and more.
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2022 North Texas Land Absorption Report Reveals Record Demand for Land in North Texas

The DFW market still expects to absorb an additional expansion of more than 20,000 acres over the next 15 to 20 years, according to Younger Partners' Robert Grunnah.
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Steve Triolet: Time to Face Rate Movements Ahead

After six quarters of the Dallas office market turning due to the pandemic-induced recession, average asking rates have shown their first significant dip.
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State-Owned Industrial Property Along U.S. 75 Corridor Exchanges Hands

Plus: JPMorgan Chase to move out of namesake tower; luxury multifamily on Ross Avenue sells; and more.
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Chicago Battery Charger Maker Moves Headquarters to DFW

Plus $45 million industrial park planned near Mesquite; new multifamily slated for North Beckley; and more.
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HomeGoods Plots Massive Distribution Center in DFW

Plus: Huge residential development planned in Waxahachie; Irving's Carpenter Court exchanges hands; and a new shopping center is headed to Mesquite.
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Major Insurance Provider Ditches the Suburbs for Downtown Skyscraper

Plus: Hillwood Properties plans Frisco multifamily, historic Fort Worth medical building changes hands, and more.
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Deal Ticker: Developers Break Ground on $250 Million Mixed-Use Project in McKinney

Plus: A massive industrial park is headed to Mesquite; Mi Cocina to begin renovations for Klyde Warren Park location, and more.
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