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  • Subleasing Commercial Real Estate: What are the Options?
    By Mark Becker Commercial real estate is a very dynamic industry. Businesses themselves are always changing, which impacts the buildings they occupy. Every year, several of my clients will realize that their space is no longer functional for their needs. Let’s say your company has just completed a reorganization, recently… Read more »
  • Navigating the Permit Process: Will Your Project Schedule be Impacted?
    By Brad Blankenship New construction permits remain steady in Dallas-Fort Worth. Based on discussions with local architects, their boards are busy drawing new projects. Although DFW construction spending is slightly off peak from last year, spending remains high and the number of projects for permit continue to pour into our local plan… Read more »
  • What’s In Store For DFW’s Office Market?
    Dallas-Fort Worth’s office market is still on a roll, after more than half a decade of momentum. But how long can the market stay strong? Let’s take a look at some of the key trends that are forecast to impact DFW’s office segment over the next 3-5 years, according to… Read more »
  • New to Commercial Real Estate? Here are 5 Lessons from 5 Years in the Industry
    By Chris Hillman The commercial real estate industry is notoriously competitive and fast-moving. When I joined Cushman & Wakefield a little over five years ago, I was new to real estate, but I was eager to learn. And there’s no doubt that I’ve learned a lot in that half decade.… Read more »
  • The Forces Driving Change in Banking and Financial Services – Part 1: Talent
    by Ryan Hoopes The banking and financial service industry is a vital part of our economy and society as a whole. It contributes an estimated $3 trillion to our annual GDP, and it employs more than 6 million people. The industry also enables the U.S. to remain competitive on a… Read more »
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