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Your monthly update on the North Dallas/Plano/Frisco office market.
This week, many of the women at Cresa are headed to Chicago to attend the CREW Network Convention. In the spirit of celebrating women in the industry, we asked a series of questions that shed light on their unique experiences, their career paths and their advice for women looking to start a career in CRE.
Download the report to view the key market indicators for office occupiers based on data from Q2 2022.
Commercial real estate brokerage is a profession filled with traditions and legacy, passed through generations of new agents — and it is one that has long been resistant to reform. But a pair of lawsuits this year in the nation’s capital have cast a spotlight on one of the industry’s most controversial, longstanding practices: dual agency.
With over eight years of proven commercial real estate experience in strategy, transaction advisory, and business development, Alma Miluso focuses on serving office and industrial occupiers, and prospective buyers, with strategic planning, financial analysis, site selection, lease and purchase negotiations.
If your business has ever experienced a commercial real estate transaction, you know the amount of industry jargon can be overwhelming. Our job as advisors is to cut through the noise. We make it simple to help you make the best decision possible. We bring industry expertise and local market knowledge, so you can focus on what you do best, running your business. One prominent question that comes up is, “What is the difference between real estate agents, real estate brokers and real estate advisors?”. Let’s break it down.
Corporate real estate leaders have been through a challenging time over the last two years. COVID-19 has brought profound changes to working styles, the day-to-day operation of corporate real estate and a wider debate about the future role and purpose of the office. Challenge and uncertainty are not limited to the effects and aftermath of the pandemic. Changing macroeconomic conditions are bringing new operational realities to the fore. This will form the backdrop for future corporate real estate strategy and activity. With this in mind, we wanted to regularly test the temperature of corporate real estate professionals via an industry-first sentiment survey.
Commercial real estate executives are under increasing pressure to create value for their organizations. The ability to create value for an organization depends heavily on a service provider who is extremely proactive and agile.