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RT @DFWREReview: Dallas Regional Chamber and The Real Estate Council are proud to announce the all-new DFW Real Estate Review: http://t.co/http://t.co/8rBuPvZ8YR
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According to our Steve Everbach and others "The Future Looks Bright" @TRECDallas @DRChamber #cre http://t.co/Zpa8DGMROj
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More activity in Legacy submarket: UBS consolidating N.Dallas, Addison offices to new Legacy Tower @SteveBrownDMN http://t.co/rCzW1oeHea
Industrial #cwresearch stats for #DFW midyear 2014 show largest building volume in more than a decade http://t.co/pqSrMrv5Vu @SteveBrownDMN
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Our brokers among #cre professionals that enjoyed serving up fun for a good cause with @CREWDALLAS as seen... http://t.co/1BEOysYQVD
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After five years of tepid growth, the U.S. economy is finally busting out. The next year and a half or so should be the strongest of the expansion so far.
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While Europe still looks weak from an economic standpoint, the U.S. appears to be strengthening. The secondary indicators of labor market conditions reported last week all suggest that companies are getting more aggressive in their hiring and are starting to find it more difficult to find the employees they need.
There is no doubt that today’s global property markets present both great opportunity and significant risk. Established and mature markets are providing safety and security for labor and capital, but many of the economies in these markets are growing slower than expected and competition is at an all time high.