The Investment Darling of Houston! Capital Markets, Emerging Markets, & Houston's Red Hot Industrial Market. THE EVENT ENDED JANUARY 29, 2019

 

What we learned?

  1. With construction costs high, labor tight, and property values up, what leasing rates are we seeing?
  2. What are the hottest emerging submarkets?
  3. With cap rate compressing, Houston's industrial market is becoming a target for major national players. Is Houston's industrial market is predicted to stay strong going into 2019? What factors are spurring and inhibiting growth?
  4. What is the impact of tariffs on the delivery of product?
  5. Building big and spec space is up. How do we stay cautious of demand?

 

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Continuing Education Sponsored by Commercial Gateway Pending Texas Real Estate Commission Approval: 2hr Credit by HAR.com Provider Number 0002

 

Speakers

Industrial Finance, Investment & Development

  • Trent Agnew
    Managing Director, HFF
  • Robert Wheless
    SVP - South Region, Logistics Property Co
  • David Hudson
    SVP, Duke Realty
  • Luis René Garza Villarreal
    Managing Principal, Vigavi Realty
  • MODERATOR
    John Moody, Jr.
    Manager, Moody Law Group

Trending In Houston Industrial

Booming Submarkets, The Port of Houston, Tenant Demands, & Rental Rates

  • Travis Land
    Partner, NAI Partners
  • Shane Williams
    Economic Development Director, Port of Houston Authority
  • Edna Meyer-Nelson
    CEO, The Richland Companies
  • Jeff Stringer
    Principal, Davis Commercial Development
  • MODERATOR
    Nazir Khalfe
    Principal, Powers Brown Architecture

 

Why this matters

Based on its central location, proximity to the Gulf, and strong business environment, Houston's industrial market has always been booming. And compared to other major Texas cities, it comes out on top. Fueled by consumer demand as a result of job growth, and the driving factors around the Port of Houston, it is no surprise that vacancy rates stood at a historically low 5.1%.

With southern industrial areas begin to fill out in Houston, investors are looking for the next prime spot. Some day, North Houston is the way to go, some say Conroe, and others bet big near the Grand Parkway.

If you're looking to win big, join us at our Industrial & Port of Houston event in January. Can you think of a better way to ring in the new year? High energy, plentiful networking, high-level topics that get you smarter, deal making, and hand shaking.

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