Gap between Dallas, Fort Worth widens with varying degrees of real estate performance

The gap between Dallas and Fort Worth has continued to widen — and it’s not just the age-old rivalry between the Big D and Cowtown — with office real estate fundamentals outperforming in the eastern portion of the Metroplex.

That’s because North Texas isn’t really one real estate market, said Peter Muoio, a chief economist at Ten-X, a research group that tracks the real estate industry throughout the United States.

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