Data Chronicles: Exploring the Ripple Effects

Every action causes a ripple effect. DFW continues to entice corporations to move their headquarters.  What does this mean for my clients? The small-to-mid size business owners who are ready to purchase or expand. 

Let’s see if I can find how the ripples impacts their business. (https://bradford.com/distributor-to-move-california-headquarters-to-texas/)

Data Chronicles: Exploring the Trends

Data Chronicles: Higher Education

This week I came across the white paper I wrote while at North Lake College. Data has always played a signficant role in my career. Excited to see how it is showing up as I shift to a speaker, mentor, and commercial realtor.

In every industry there is data that will help us working smarter not harder.

Here is a snippet of the possibilities, Working Smarter, Not Harder

Data Chronicles: Minority-owned startups

Dallas-Fort Worth leads the state in terms of number of minority-owned startups. Unfortunately, they are unevenly clumped in one area, Accommodation and Food. This is particularly disconcerting when we consider the food insecurity in many communities that house a large percentage of minority residents.

Is there an opportunity for the top heave food start up to support agricultural companies in the area?

StartUp DFW

Office Space: Low vacancy. High Rents…What does it mean?

A few months ago I transitioned from residential to commercial real estate. Truth is for the past two years I have applied commercial principles to residential real estate investments. This explains my lackluster success with non-investor residential clients but I digress.

To get my feet wet, I began with what I love ….Data! Data! Data!. (NOTE: If you remember Cody from the Step by Step TV show, you read that part correctly). In this week Data Chronicles, I unpacked the Office Space trends in the Dallas-Fort Worth Market. I work with small- to mid-sized businesses who are in transition. So, my goal was to find a way to address their pain points.

What I realized is that as big corporations chase quality office space, they are vacating office spaces physically but not actually. These vacancies are not reflected in the data. Technically the corporations are still tenants because the leases have not ended. Hence, my small- to mid-sized clients who need short-term solutions may be able to find a favorable deal. Time to make some phone calls.

For the synopsis of my efforts, check out my link Dallas Office Space – Analysis If you want more details, lets talk. Schedule a phone conversation