Going for Silver: RECA Celebrates 25th Anniversary


To say that Austin, Texas, circa 1991 looked much different than it does today is an obvious understatement to those who have been around Central Texas for a while. Dell Computer was but a fledgling company, only three years old. The Austin Convention Center was still a gleam in the eye of city leaders. Austin population had barely passed the 500,000 mark. And the still-young South by Southwest festival’s attendance was in the hundreds, not the hundreds of thousands.

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DFW Market “As Good As It Gets” for Institutional Investment


The DFW market is “as good as it gets” for institutional investment opportunities, according to panels of commercial real estate experts who convened at the RealShare Conference in the Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park on Nov. 16 to share insights, trends and predictions on market sectors.

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Forecasting Texas’ future: UNT professor delivers five-year economic outlook


Lively, dramatic and certainly not shy, John Baen, Ph.D., delivered his five-year economic forecast to a packed house at North Texas CCIM’s November meeting. The University of North Texas real estate professor moved through topics at a rapid-fire clip, jumping from Greece to the Fed to emergency care clinics.

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