Confessions of a Recovering Landlord

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Commercial Real Estate Agent - REATA Commercial Realty, Inc. - Texas 537349
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REATA sat down with Mike Covert from ignite partnership. Check out the video below to learn how ignite partnership markets some of Dallas' biggest brands!   I’m Mike Covert, President of ignite partnership. We’re a 4 ½-year-old marketing and advertising agency. We have 25 people, a little boutiqu...
03/20/2013
Texas dominates the top three fastest growing cities in America according to Forbes. Behind Austin and Houston, Dallas boasts an impressive 2.1% growth rate and 5.7% unemployment. Not too shabby, Dallas.  What does this mean for businesses already operating in Dallas? We’ve talked before about ho...
03/05/2013
REATA sat down with Tim Taylor from Total Class Solutions to learn about class actions and how their office space works for them.     Total Class Solutions is a national class action administrator that specializes predominantly in construction defect issues, although we are currently expanding to...
02/20/2013
State Farm is not shy when it comes to leasing office space in Dallas. In fact, they are on a tear. Although their official HQ in Bloomington, Illinois is supposedly not planning to move here, State Farm has amassed just over 2 million square feet of leased office space in the Metroplex in recent...
02/12/2013
REATA talks with Marc Hoppers from Cogent Company who discusses working with REATA Commercial Realty. Cogent is a management IT consulting firm. We serve clients in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and Arkansas primarily with helping clients figure out how to use Microsoft technology. Quite a bit of o...
01/29/2013
Advancial Tower in Uptown has new owners! This is a high-rise office tower adjacent to the new Klyde Warren Park. New ownership can be a great thing. Changes brought by visionary owners can make a positive impact on tenants and the neighborhood. The new owners of the Advancial Tower plan to add s...
01/22/2013
Dallas has enjoyed steady job growth and didn’t suffer nearly as bad as much of the country during the economic downturn. Job growth means more demand for commercial space. If more businesses begin to grow and/or move to Dallas, what does that mean for those of us who are already here? Change and...
01/15/2013
Nearly everyone enjoys the success of an expanding business. More work, clients and employees allow your business to not only become more successful, but also make a greater impact on your field. But rent is expensive. It's usually the 2nd-highest expense for most companies. Wouldn't it be great ...
10/22/2012
According to the latest stats from Cushman & Wakefield as reported by D Real Points, net absorption of office space n the DFW area for the third quarter alone is a positive 2 million square feet. That's incredible. Net absorption is the net change in occupied space. If the total occupied space go...
09/27/2012
Crains are popping up on the skyline of Plano again. And this time it's for construction of new office buildings instead of bridges. There are currently 7 office buildings under construction in Plano totaling 959,591 square feet (SF). All of these buildings are in west Plano where we have seen re...
09/17/2012
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