A Look at D-FW Real Estate in 2017

A Look at D-FW Real Estate in 2017

Big building sales, more groundbreakings and strong leasing activity marked 2017 as another banner year for North Texas real estate.

With close to 100,000 jobs added in Dallas-Fort Worth this year, demand for all kinds of real estate grew in the area.

Openings of major new developments including the Dallas Cowboys’ Star in Frisco and Plano’s Legacy West brought an end to some major construction projects.

While developers started other big corporate campuses for Pioneer Natural Resources in Irving and Charles Schwab in Westlake,  apartment and homebuilding continued at a strong pace.

And e-commerce companies drove the industrial market, leasing huge warehouses.

The only question for 2018: Will it last? Yes, the real estate cycle is playing in overtime, but as long as the jobs keep coming, construction cranes will keep flying.

Read More Via DallasNews.com

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