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Austin Office Distribution & Long Term Trends

by Mark Daniel, Vice President of Partner Relations at RealMassive, A.B. Economics Stanford University     Using data available through the Travis Central Appraisal District we have created a map showing the distribution of “investable” office space in Austin by zip code. This excludes the category for small office and includes the following: Office, Hi-rise, >= 6

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Construction Cycles in Austin, TX – Where are we now?

by Mark Daniel, Vice President of Partner Relations at RealMassive, A.B. Economics Stanford University   Construction cycles typically vary by geography and project type – though some booms and busts (ala 2009) can be generally felt in most metropolitan areas, while factors that hit specific sectors (like oil and gas) can create counter-cyclical activity in dependent metro

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4 Emerging Retail Trends to Look Out for in 2016

by Evan Santos, Partner Relations at RealMassive   The retail ecosystem is undergoing a massive reconstruction. The consumer economy is being influenced by changes in technology, demographics, globalization, economic and environmental realities amongst a host of other trends. Changing consumer behaviors are driving change in space use, locations, and demand levels at an accelerated pace. The

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SEO in #CRE: Don’t Get Left Behind

by Analisa Goldblatt, Senior Marketing Associate at RealMassive     “How do I quickly improve my SEO?” Regardless of your chosen profession, you have probably heard or asked this question at some point. At RealMassive, we place primary value on SEO as a key deliverable for the Commercial Real Estate professionals and firms who choose to manage

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Houston Job Growth – What Does it Mean?

by Mark Daniel, Vice President of Partner Relations at RealMassive, A.B. Economics Stanford University   “Most exposed to the downturn in crude oil prices is Houston office, where energy companies occupy more than half of the central business district office space and most of the space in the Energy Corridor.” Jeffrey Havsy, an economist with commercial property

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