‘Texodus’: What’s Behind the Trend of Californians Moving to North Texas

A new report from StorageCafe dissects a noticeable migratory trend of Californians to the Lone Star State. Here are some reasons they're racing to get to places like North Texas—like saving over $1 million when they buy a house, for instance.
CompTIA Tech Workforce Report Lauds DFW, Texas as National Leaders
by | Apr 25, 2023

More tech jobs were added in Texas in 2022 than any other state, and Dallas-Fort Worth continues to be a major driving force in tech, according to a new report released by CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the information technology (IT) industry and workforce....

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New Report Puts DFW Near Top Of Nation’s Coworking Markets
by | Mar 16, 2023

Coworking in Dallas-Fort Worth is alive and well and ranking near the top of the list of markets with the most coworking spaces.

That’s according to a recently released state of the coworking industry report from CoworkingCafe, which leveraged the most recent proprietary data (March) to break down the coworking space availability in the 25 largest markets, as well as their size and distribution....

Report: ‘Rich Renter’ Households in DFW Up as Much as 198% in Five Years
by | Feb 3, 2023
RentCafe said that while the number of high-income renters in Dallas rose by 74% and sits at 6% of the city's total renters between 2015 and 2020—peaking at 17,257— he number of high-income renters rose even more dramatically in other North Texas cities. Garland saw a rise of 198%, McKinney 186%, Plano 103%, and Frisco 93%. High-income renters in Frisco may look into places like the luxury Remy apartments (above), coming to Frisco Square in 2024.

Intuit Survey: U.S. Taxpayers Want Rigorous Security and Comprehensive Services From Their Tax Professionals

As tax season rolls around again, taxpayers are expecting and demanding more from their tax professionals than ever before.

Intuit’s global fintech platform, which has a large operation in Plano, has put out its first-ever Taxpayer Insights and Intelligence Brief to provide insights into their needs. The study revealed high expectations for “rigorous data security” and audit protection, according to the company....

The Workplace of the Future: How the Pandemic May Impact Ongoing Demand for Office Space
by | Oct 13, 2020
Reports from Gensler and Cushman & Wakefield provide insights on how things may shake out.
‘Retail Follow Rooftops’: A Growing Region Puts Leasing in Position for a Post‑COVID Rebound
by | Oct 7, 2020
The Dallas-Fort Worth retail real estate market entered the pandemic with record occupancy numbers, and the hit from COVID-19 to date is less than the downturn during the Great Recession of 2008-09, according to a mid-year report from Weitzman, a company specializing in the Texas retail real estate market.
Dallas-Fort Worth’s Growing Tech Workforce and Degree Completion Make it a Top Tech Market, CBRE Report Says
by | Jul 16, 2020
CBRE’s annual ‘Scoring Tech Talent’ Report places Dallas-Fort Worth as the fifth largest in the U.S. in terms of its tech talent labor pool. All metrics included, DFW ranked No. 13 among 50 markets.

Trimming Branches: Banking Companies Increase Focus on Digital Banking

by | Mar 23, 2020
A new report from JLL shows that while the number of bank branch locations is falling, technology isn't ending the need for in-person banking help.
North Texas Cities Among Nation’s Fastest-Growing
by | Dec 12, 2019
Frisco and McKinney were the highest ranking North Texas cities in the WalletHub report, which based its rankings on job growth, increase of full-time and part-time jobs, and median household income growth, among other factors.
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Deep Ellum Among Top 20 ‘Cool Streets’ in North America, New Report Says
by | Oct 8, 2019
Deep Ellum’s ‘gritty, authentic feel’ lures everyone from small retailers to giant tech firms like Uber.
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Tech Disruptors Are Already Delivering Changes to the Supply Chain, C&W Report Says
by | Sep 13, 2019
In a new report, Cushman & Wakefield noted that technology is affecting supply chain real estate via drones, robots, 3D printing, and autonomous trucks.

New Report Toasts Millennials as Future of Food & Bev Sector

by | Jun 10, 2019
CBRE has released the first installment in its multipart "Food In Demand" series, which shows millennials are the main ingredient for the future of food and beverage entrepreneurs and retail property owners. Check the map to see food spending in Dallas-Fort Worth and its suburbs.
Technology Exports: New Report Says Dallas-Fort Worth is a Top Player in Global Trade
by | Jun 4, 2019
Dallas-Fort Worth ranks eighth in the nation for technology exports among metro areas, according to the Computer Technology Industry Association, and Texas is one of 37 states that saw positive exports-supported growth in 2018, increasing to $47.89 billion last year.
Dallas Area Poised as Growing Hub for Life Sciences Industry
by | Mar 25, 2019
Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the emerging hotspots in the nation for the life sciences industry—benefiting from the sector’s nationwide momentum—according to a new report from CBRE.
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Texas Central High-Speed Rail Named One of World’s Top Infrastructure Projects
by | Mar 11, 2019
The Dallas-based private effort to build a high-speed rail line between Dallas and Houston was recognized in a report from CG/LA Infrastructure.