Posts Tagged ‘real estate’

Knock-Knock: Real Estate Startup With a Trade-In Platform Expands To Dallas-Fort Worth

Posted by Alex Edwards

discBidding wars. High repair costs. Double mortgages. Lengthy appraisals. Buying and selling a home can sometimes be a stressful, grueling ordeal full of hassles with repairs, listings, showings, and months of uncertainty.

And that’s when Knock comes knocking.

The residential …

DI People: Accenture Interactive, PestRoutes Software, and BBG All Make Appointments

Posted by Lance Murray

Across North Texas, companies are promoting and hiring people to take on leadership positions within their organizations. Dallas Innovates covers prominent personnel moves in Dallas-Fort Worth businesses and nonprofits — from the newest startups to well-established companies. Here are people

What’s on Tap? Craft Beer is Pouring into Dallas-Fort Worth

Posted by Alex Edwards

If everything’s actually bigger in Texasthe craft beer market is no exception.

Apparently, happy hour is every hour in the Lone Star State, as craft breweries have seen massive expansion in the past few years.

A $4.5 million …

North Texas Rises to Become One of Top U.S. Data Center Markets

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

In what seems like the blink of a server light, Dallas-Fort Worth has become one of the nation’s most-popular locations for data centers, a very specific type of real estate development that requires the most-advanced technologies, specialized construction techniques, and

JLL Acquires Addison-based Proptech Firm ValuD

Posted by Lance Murray

Real estate services and investment firm JLL announced the acquisition of Addison-based ValuD Consulting, a real estate and facilities management (RE/FM) technology service provider. 

JLL said the deal enhances its ability to offer its clients the next generation of technology …

Coppell’s Varidesk Rolls Out Movable Wall Panels

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

Made in Dallas: Dallas Innovates spotlights interesting new products from Dallas-Fort Worth innovators, large and small. Know of something notable that’s made (or conceived) in Dallas-Fort Worth? Let us know.

Coppell-based Varidesk, a company known for making the standing

House Flipping Bungalo Launches Dallas into Haggle-Free Homebuying

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

A home-buying startup called Bungalo recently launched in Dallas and Tampa, Florida, with the aim of streamlining the homebuying process while providing an experience akin to buying a certified pre-owned vehicle — minus the haggling.

Austin-based Amherst Residential — which …

RE Tech Firm Compass Enters Fort Worth, Announces $400M Series F

Posted by Lance Murray

Compass, a New York City-based real estate technology company, has entered the Fort Worth market, bringing with it a powerful end-to-end platform that supports the whole buying and selling workflow. The move comes at the same time that Compass announced …

Dallas-based LandlordStation, RadPad Exit to Priority Technology Holdings

Posted by Alex Edwards

In an effort to lay the foundation for a real estate payments marketplace that centers around the tenants, Priority Technology Holdings, Inc. announced last week the acquisition and capitalization of LandlordStation and RadPad.

Together, LandlordStation and RadPad make up a …

Follow the Money: CareView Gets $1M, TheCapitalNet Raises $500K, Milkshake Nets $400K

Posted by Lance Murray


Lewisville-based technology company CareView Communications Inc. said in a new filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that it raised $1 million in a debt only funding round. It has raised more

Future of North Texas Real Estate on Display at Urban Land Institute Showcase

Posted by Meredith McGrath

The future of North Texas real estate took center stage this week at the new Park District PwC Tower in downtown Dallas.

Architects, engineers, developers, and representatives gathered Wednesday to mingle and share projects that will shape the Dallas-Fort Worth …

Follow the Money: Craftwork Coffee Raises $932.5K, Selery Fulfillment Pulls in $850K

Posted by Lance Murray


Fort Worth-based Craftwork Coffee Co. announced in a new government filing that it has raised $932,500 of a $3 million equity offering.

Craftwork Coffee is led by President Trevor Hightower and founder and …

Rise of the Rest to Launch Real Estate Initiative

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

North Texas joined the Rise of the Rest community this May when the traveling entrepreneurship tour from Steve Case’s Revolution fund rolled through Dallas, and this week that community has gained new support for real estate investments that could

The Rise of Dickies Arena: Fort Worth Lassos $540M Facility Via Public-Private Partnership

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Dickies Arena received its last ceremonial piece of steel this week. Carrying the signatures of more than 100 city leaders and representatives, the beam moved the massive multipurpose facility even closer to hosting big-name concerts, sporting events, rodeos, and family

Urban Land Institute Looking to Honor Local Real Estate Projects Via its Annual ‘Impact Awards’

Posted by Meredith McGrath

The North Texas district of the Urban Land Institute is accepting applications for its fourth annual Impact Awards gala to recognize exemplary developments, developers, and real estate practices in the area.

Applications and associated fees are due via email by …

Follow the Money: CoinFlip Gets Seed Funding, Goff Seeks $350M for Fund; Match Buys 51% of Hinge

Posted by Lance Murray


Plano-based financial services company CoinFlip Solutions announced that is has raised seed funding with the participation of Shoreline Venture Management, JetBlue Technology Ventures, and Heads or Tails Investments.

CoinFlip is a cloud-based …

VIVO Realty Brings Coworking Model to Real Estate Agents

Posted by Lance Murray

Taking a queue from the coworking industry, the North Texas family-owned residential real estate brokerage VIVO Realty has launched what it said is the first real estate brokerage coworking membership model.

“Looking at other flourishing coworking spaces we wondered, why

Real Estate Recap: Five Lessons Learned From Dallas Startup Week

Posted by Erreka Campbell

Polsinelli_University of Texas at Dallas_ Dallas Innovates is a Silver Founding SponsorYou didn’t have to be “in” real estate to benefit from attending any one of the Real Estate sessions from this year’s Dallas Startup Week. 

Each session’s featured speakers ranged from experts to CEO’s discussing topics relevant to any startup …

Redevelopment Breathes New Life Into Real Estate That’s Run its Course

Posted by Kerry Curry

This article originally appeared in the Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review.

The retail landscape is changing quickly, and Arlington hasn’t been immune to that. Two former shopping malls, Six Flags Mall and Forum 303 Mall, closed years ago as shoppers

California’s REX Real Estate Plans Expansion into Dallas

Posted by Lance Murray

A Woodland Hills, California-based real estate brokerage that operates outside the multiple listing service is planning to enter the Dallas market some time in the third quarter this year.

REX Real Estate Exchange recently launched in Austin.

“We are extremely …