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Oil and Houston’s Office Market: Q & A with Bob Parsley of Colliers

For more than three decades, Bob Parsley has been involved in all phases of the commercial real estate business.  A native Houstonian, he has an undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia (College ’76) and the University of Texas Law School (JD ’79).  He joined Colliers in 1983 where he is currently the co-chairman and one of the company’s principal ... Read More »

Houston Forecast: Economist’s Gloomy 2015 Prediction Will Be Wrong – Again

Editor’s Comment by Ralph Bivins:  Bill Gilmer, director of the Bauer Institute for Regional Forecasting at the University of Houston, delivered an incredibly gloomy economic forecast last week.  Gilmer told a crowd at the Hyatt Regency that as few as 13,000 jobs will be created in Houston in 2015. Before we dive into a panic, take a minute to consider ... Read More »

Invesco: M&A is the Biggest Threat to Houston Office Market; Energy Company Mergers to Empty Office Space

HOUSTON – Mergers and acquisitions are the most threatening cloud on the horizon for the Houston office market, says an executive with one of the biggest investors in Texas. “In the short term, we think the greatest risk is the M&A activity that is going to occur,” says Ron Miller, director of acquisitions for Invesco Real Estate of Dallas. Miller ... Read More »

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