Texas Office Market Update | Q1 2016

May 12, 2016

Texas Office Markets Cool Off but Remain Healthy Here are the Colliers International first quarter 2016 Office Market Reports for the Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston markets. Austin After a major spike in the second half of 2015, Austin’s citywide positive net absorption decreased in Q1 2016 to 290,047 square feet. Three buildings totaling 321,024 […]

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Houston CRE Market Reports | Q1 2016

May 12, 2016

The State of the Houston CRE Market Here are the Colliers International | Houston first quarter 2016 Market Reports for the office, industrial and retail sector. Office Houston is home to most major energy companies and its economy and real estate market can be positively or negatively affected by the price of oil. Houston’s Q1 […]

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DFW Office Market Report | Q1 2016

May 12, 2016

Strong Job Growth Propels Construction, but Vacancy Rate Leveling Off Despite the mild winter, the Dallas-Fort Worth office market experienced a bit of a cool down in 2016. The market saw a substantial slowdown in net absorption, down 67% from 2015, but leasing activity was only down slightly from a year prior. Record construction continues […]

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Houston Retail Market Report | Q1 2016

May 10, 2016

Houston’s retail market continues to expand adding another 1M SF to its construction pipeline Houston’s retail market continues to expand even while the local economy is wavering due to lower oil prices. Approximately 3.7M SF of retail space is under construction and 81.5% of this space is pre-leased. Over 1M SF of new inventory delivered […]

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Top Office Metros Snapshot Q1 2016

May 4, 2016

Asking Rents Continue Their Ascent in 9 of the 10 Markets This report (The Top U.S. Office Metros Snapshot) serves as a 1st Quarter – 2016 summary of the 10 largest U.S. Office metros (Manhattan, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Dallas, the San Francisco Bay Area, Houston, Atlanta, Los Angeles County, Boston and Seattle. Tech continues to strengthen […]

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