Top Posts for October 2017

by CoyDavidson on November 1, 2017

Most Popular Blog Posts from The Tenant Advisor (October 2017)

In case you missed them, below are links to the most popular posts from The Tenant Advisor for the month of  October 2017.

Houston Office Market Report | Q3 2017

Houston’s office market continues to struggle as U.S. crude prices waiver around $50 per barrel. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), they are expected to stay in this range through 2018. With no indication that prices will rise substantially over the next few years, vacant office space placed on the market by firms in the energy industry will take longer to absorb. Recent news articles indicate that some of the large energy giants reported profits in the second quarter. However, profits… read the full article

Are There Too Many Free-Standing ER’s in Texas?

Free Standing Emergency RoomIn October of 2015, I posted an article titled, “Texas is the Epicenter of the Free-Standing Emergency Department Phenomenon.” The premise of the article was to discuss the proliferation of free-standing emergency facilities in Texas. There are an estimated 400-500 free-standing emergency facilities (FEC’s) in the United States and over 200 are located in Texas. In Texas, free-standing emergency centers are clustered around major metropolitan areas such as Houston, Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio… read the full article

A Conversation with Duke Long

This past week I was a guest on Duke Long’s weekly podcast. I first discovered Duke online years ago, 2008 or so, I can’t tell you exactly when searching for commercial real estate professionals who were using social media as a business tool. We finally met face to face at CRE // Tech Intersect – New York in 2013, where he earned the title “the world’s best wingman.” . If you don’t know Duke, the “Godfather of CRE Tech” he is the preeminent voice of the commercial real estate technology scene… read the full article

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