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Chuck Dannis

Chuck Dannis

Crosson Dannis Inc.

Chuck Dannis has been a real estate appraiser and consultant since 1972. In 1976, he co-founded Crosson Dannis Inc. He serves as president of the firm, which provides real estate appraisal and consultation services for many of the nation’s largest real estate lenders and owners. He also is a longtime adjunct professor and lecturer in Real Estate and Urban Land Economics in the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University.

Stories by Chuck Dannis

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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: Real Estate Walks into A Bar…

But did they walk, bike, drive, or take public transportation to get there?
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Business

CRE Opinion: A Look In The Rearview Mirror

The last 15 years would’ve been a great time to buy real estate, especially in Dallas-Fort Worth.
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Business

CRE Opinion: DFW Institutional Real Estate—Right Where We Should Be

The North Texas market ranks high on the institutional investment list—combining factors such as lowest price point, high volume of assets, and competitive returns.
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Commercial Real Estate

Why North Dallas Is The Center of It All

Drilling down into the numbers behind this big, healthy, rapidly expanding market.
Government & Law

Chuck Dannis: Have You Hugged Your County Tax Appraiser Lately?

As the May 31 deadline to file a protest with your local county tax assessor fast approaches, I thought it would be timely to share some thoughts gleaned from more than three decades experience of discussing assessed values from both the assessor’s point of view and the property owner’s point of view.

Stories by Chuck Dannis

Commentary

Chuck Dannis: All Things Considered, It’s Good to Be in DFW—Part Trois

It is really, really good to be in North Texas if you are part of the real estate economy. Just take a look at statistical rankings on how the region is doing in the main four property sectors.
Commercial Property Sales

Chuck Dannis: Yogi Berra’s Wisdom, Applied to Real Estate

In tribute to baseball great Yogi Berra, who passed away last evening, D Real Estate Daily is reposting a column by contributing editor Chuck Dannis. It originally ran in April 2012.
Commercial Property Sales

Chuck Dannis: The Future of Real Estate (the Good and the Bad)

Here’s why today’s real estate students have chosen the right profession, at the right time.
Residential

Chuck Dannis: DFW’s Single-Family Market—Why It’s a Big Advantage

As frequent readers of this blog know, most of what is written here involves the commercial side of the business: the office, retail, industrial, multifamily and land sectors. Somewhat slighted, I have noticed, is the existing single-family residential market. When I take a close look at that sector in terms of the overall real estate market here in Dallas-Fort Worth, I can only respond by saying: Sweet.
Economy

Chuck Dannis: What if We Do Have Hyperinflation?

It doesn’t matter where you are when you are discussing the current state of the commercial real estate market—be it at a high-powered convention, at a cocktail party, hanging out in your backyard, or sitting in a classroom. When the topic of “inflation” comes up, real estate folks start to get a tad nervous.