Everything you wanted to know about the Urban Core, Uptown and Downtown Dallas, Texas & Dallas Ft. Worth Area Real Estate - Its growth, prosperity, setbacks and unprecedented revitalization is told here...Randall Turner of Harvard Companies, Inc 214-373-0007, 3500 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 325, Dallas, Texas 75219
Friday, May 08, 2015
Dallas, Texas = Capital
Dallas Seventh on
CBRE's List of Top Markets for Investment
Dallas is emerging as a
major global destination for capital, ranking seventh on the list of top
ten global cities for commercial real estate investment, according to
CBRE’s Global Investor Intentions Survey 2015.
Dallas is one of five U.S. cities in the top ten, with San Francisco at
number three, New York at number five, Los Angeles at eight and Seattle at
London retained its position as the top city for investment, while other
gateway cities such as Tokyo, Sydney and Paris remained in the top ten.
Dallas saw an increase in investor interest, moving up from 5 percent in
the 2014 survey to 14 percent this year.
"The Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex is leading the nation in job growth
and is enjoying a sustained period of economic expansion," said Gary
Carr, Vice Chairman with CBRE Capital Markets. "Centrally located with
two major airports, DFW is capitalizing on our pro-business state
government, favorable tax climate, low cost of doing business and access to
a well-educated population. DFW is emerging into a true global city and
attracting increasing capital investment from all over the globe."
The report also shows global real estate investors remain confident and
their intentions are expansionary, with more than half planning to increase
their acquisitions in 2015; globally, 53 percent of investors plan to
increase their purchases this year.