It looks like 2014 will be another strong year for TX commercial real estate loans. Texas continues to show strong growth for commercial real estate developers and investors. “I think the market is amazing,” said Segal, CEO of Houston-based Boxer Property, which owns almost 6 million square feet of North Texas office space. “I hope to make many more acquisitions in the Dallas Fort Worth area in 2014, if the deals persist,” Segal says. “It’s getting harder all over the metroplex.”
Texas’ booming economy has pushed Dallas-Fort Worth’s commercial real estate market to the highest point in almost two decades.
Office, retail and industrial vacancies are below where they were at before the recession. “We’ve never been as positive about a year as we are about 2014,” said Denton Walker, Trammell Crow senior managing director. “We think 2014 will be a breakout year for us in retail, office and industrial real estate.”
Growth in North Texas seems to be almost a certainty, because nearly 3 million square feet of office real estate in Dallas-Fort Worth was obtained in 2013, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s end-of-year research.
Dallas-Fort Worth had a net job growth of 96,000 positions year-over-year, which coupled with the lack of new construction in the market has led to a much healthier market, Daryl Mullin, senior vice president of Jones Lang LaSalle told the Dallas Business Journal.
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