What's driving the Dallas-Fort Worth market?

Affordable rent, finance-focused job growth and a vibrant retail sector set Dallas up as a unique investment opportunity

With a vibrant retail landscape and nation-leading population growth, Dallas' commercial real estate market stands out for investors seeking cash flows and long-term growth potential across asset types. But before you invest, you need to truly understand what's driving Dallas to help guide your investment decisions.

We’ve gathered the need-to-know insights across apartments, office, industrial and retail that will give you a crash course in the trends shaping the DFW metro.

Here are some highlights :
  • With over $5 billion in floating-rate multifamily debt maturing in 2024, distressed asset opportunities have doubled from 2023
  • While institutions remain cautious, private investors are targeting premium office acquisitions like the massive CityLine campus that focus on amenity-rich, live-work-play environments
  • Record supply is allowing investors to purchase stabilized, income-producing warehouses below replacement costs
  • As one of the only major markets to see retail sales volumes rise over the past year, power centers with major anchors could offer untapped value for private investors
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