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Florida-based real estate investment firm ZMR Capital purchased Chimney Hill, a 240-unit residential complex at 9637 Forest Lane, Richardson. ZMR plans to modernize the 11 two-story residential buildings of the apartment properties. Since entering the Dallas market in 2019, ZMR has acquired around 1,100 rental units. Brian Eisendrath from CBRE Capital Markets financed the new purchase.

B&B Properties, a real estate division of a local used car dealer, purchased a 6,509-square-foot commercial building on more than 30,000-square-foot lot at 1110 North Watson Road in Arlington. Bob Moore Construction sold the property previously used as company headquarters. Henry S. Miller Brokerage’s Bill Bledsoe and William Sanders brokered the sale.

Lone Star Properties purchased Spanish Trace, an apartment building community of 136 units on E. Grauwyler Road in Irving in 1929. At the time of the sale, the property was 88% let. CBRE’s Chris Deuillet and William Hubbard brokered the sale.

A commercial developer bought 18.2 acres on South Hardin Boulevard near State Highway 121 in McKinney. Tom Grunnah and Jeremy Lillard from Younger Partners brokered the sale.

An investor bought a 30,325-square-foot warehouse at 5025-35 Sharp Street in Dallas from Petre Properties LLC. Simon Beakely, David Guinn and Scott Lake from Davidson & Bogel Real Estate brokered the sale.

Stonelake Capitol Partners purchased an 18,725 square foot warehouse at 2455 Irving Blvd. in Dallas from Grant Griffin Investments. David Guinn and Scott Lake from Davidson & Bogel Real Estate brokered the sale.

A Dallas investor bought Basswood Manor, a 212-unit apartment building on Fox Avenue in Lewisville. Marcus & Millichap’s Al Silva brokered the sale through a California investor.

Rental agreements

Elong International Inc. rented 264,038 square feet of industrial space at 1725-45 Hayden Drive in Carrollton. Eric Crutchfield and Mac Hall of Stream Realty Partners negotiated the lease with Rich Young Co.

Network Wireless Solutions rented 129,611 square feet of office and warehouse space on 2040 McKenzie Drive in Carrollton. Sarah Ozanne and Mac Hall of Stream Realty Partners negotiated the lease with Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services.

Colorcoat Inc. has rented 43,952 square feet in the Regency Business Park on Regency Crest Drive in Garland. Canon Shoults of Holt Lunsford negotiated the lease with Luke Davis and Charles Brewer of Stream Realty Partners.

Big Lots Store has leased the 36,000 square foot former Stein Mart store in Steger Towne Center at 2855 Ridge Road in Rockwall. Taylor LeMaster and Mike Cagle from Inroads Realty negotiated the lease.

KP Dallas LLC rented 17,752 square feet of retail space on 1150 Kiest Boulevard in Dallas. Structure Commercial’s Rob Exline and Troy Morgan negotiated the lease.

Point Group rented 14,871 square feet of office space in Granite Park Three near the southeast corner of Dallas North Tollway and State Highway 121 in Plano. The company is moving from the Preston Center. Nick Lee and Jeremy Brubaker from NAI Robert Lynn negotiated the lease with Robert Jimenez and Aarica Mims from Granite Properties.

HNTB rented 14,550 square feet of office space in Granite Park Two near the southeast corner of Dallas North Tollway and State Highway 121 in Plano. Charles Daggett, Kris Knapstein and Dina Zavislak from Savills negotiated the lease with Robert Jimenez and Aarica Mims from Granite Properties.

Garland Ventures has rented 10,000 square feet of industrial space in the BK Industrial Park on Kirby Street in Garland. Ryan Wolcott and Adam Jones from Stream Realty Partners negotiated the lease.

Bragalone Olejko Saad PC has sublet 9,218 square feet of office space in the Chase Tower at 2200 Ross Avenue in Dallas. Ben Crancer, David Harris and Brendan Zrowka from Whitebox Real Estate negotiated the lease.

Taylor Counseling Group has expanded its lease at the Campbell Center on US Highway 75 in Dallas to 6,402 square feet. Whitebox’s David Harris and Jade Scott negotiated the lease with JLL’s Michael Williams and Barbara Houlihan.

Digital.ai rented 5,009 square feet of office space for its Granite Park Three headquarters near the southeast corner of Dallas North Tollway and State Highway 121 in Plano. Stream Realty’s Wills Bauer and Randy Cooper negotiated the lease with Robert Jimenez and Aarica Mims of Granite Properties.

Cratos Fitness rented 4,765 square feet of retail space at 2991 W. 15th Street in Plano. Structure Commercial’s Jeremy Cummings and Eric Deuillet negotiated the lease with Judy Kurtz and Jeanie Gillock of Ridge Point Commercial Real Estate.

OrthoLazer Flower Mound signed a lease for 4,335 square feet of office space in the Lakeside International Office Center at 737 International Parkway in Flower Mound. OrthoLazer Flower Mound is an orthopedic laser center. The office campus is now 50% let. JLL’s Daryl Mullin negotiated the lease with Stream Realty Partners. The building owners are Realty Capital Management and Staubach Capital.

Not Your Mama’s Quilt Store rented 4,250 square feet of retail space at 3055 W. 15th Street in Plano. Structure Commercial’s Jeremy Cummings and Eric Deuillet negotiated the lease.

Tops Cafe rented 3,952 square feet of retail space at 18217 Midway Road in Dallas. Structure Commercial’s Jeremy Cummings and Eric Deuillet negotiated the lease with Mi Jung Youm of The Michael Group.

Skin Pharm TX LLC rented 3,655 square feet on Turtle Creek Blvd. in Dallas. Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services’ Jared Laake negotiated the lease with Trey Smith of Cushman & Wakefield.

Ricky’s Nashville Hot Chicken, a concept specializing in Nashville-style hot chicken sandwiches, has rented 2,665 square feet of retail space in Arbrook Oaks, a mall at 3808-10 S. Cooper St., Arlington. Weitzman’s Kevin Butkus conducted rental negotiations with New World Realty’s Sophie Vongsombath.

Three Oaks Hospice Inc. rented 1,943 square feet of office space in Community National Bank Plaza on 1905 North Highway 77 in Waxahachie. Tom Heraty of NAI Robert Lynn negotiated the lease with John Bailey of Allan Bailey Johnson.

Hummus Republic Modern Mediterranean Kitchen, a fast-casual restaurant, rented a 1,600-square-foot space in The Highlands, a community center on the southwest corner of FM 407 and Morris Road in Flower Mound. The negotiations were conducted by Giovanni Scardino, Stephen Wise, Scott Smith and Korey Silverman von Weitzman.

Pathologists Bio-Medical Labs has rented 1,300 square feet of commercial space at 1600 W. College Street, Grapevine. Vision Commercial’s Molly MacEwan negotiated the lease.

Real estate editor Steve Brown compiles this list.

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Dubai real estate sees a big boom behind the Dubai International Exposition

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New Delhi [India]June 13 (ANI / NewsVoir): The authorities’ handling of pandemics in Dubai has increased the immigration of people to Dubai in recent months.

The city is seeing a surge in investors from India and is keen to come to the city to start a business or buy a property of their choice.

The Dubai-based multi-billion dollar conglomerate Donau Group is in a very good position for Expo 2020 in Dubai.

Low interest and mortgage rates, a highly effective COVID-19 vaccination campaign and new investor visa requirements introduced by the UAE authorities are of great benefit to those who are passionate about living, working and trading in Dubai. The scenario is displayed.

For those going to Dubai to invest or buy real estate in Dubai, Donau Group offers a great opportunity to choose from a number of options that it offers. According to the Danube Group, many foreigners in Europe and China as well as investors from India are trying to buy real estate in Dubai.

Dubai will continue to be a city trusted by investors around the world. The Emirates have proven resilient in the face of several challenges that have plagued the global economy many times. In addition, the way the emirate has dealt with the COVID-19 crisis sends a strong message to the world that Dubai continues to be a hub for business prosperity.

“Expo 2020 will herald a big boom for Dubai,” said Lizwan Sajan, CEO and founder of the Donau Group. House prices have risen in the last few months. You can see it rising which means developers are working hard to build new apartments and villas, especially all government invented like golden visas and 100% property laws. When we look at the guidelines we are lucky enough to make the expatriates feel right at home. All of these guidelines create the confidence of investors looking to start a business here. It definitely helps. “He also considered the best time to invest in real estate in the emirate. “We can say that there will be a major real estate boom in the near future. We keep telling people it’s time to buy real estate. You won’t get the same prices that you currently see in the market. The current interest rates are very low as the real estate prices are very cheap, and mortgage rates are also very attractive. “” We saw this trend of rising prices. In the building materials segment increased by more than 50% – what. It’s been a year. Expo2020 Due to the great demand in Dubai, we are doing our best to source the materials. We have a lot of projects to complete before the event starts. But when it comes to the construction industry, I think that’s not a problem in Dubai. “A lot of companies that have laid off employees are considering hiring new staff so that business can get back to normal and I think the supply of new units will be balanced in the short term,” he said.

While property prices have increased 30-35% in the past six months, real estate in Dubai is still cheap compared to many other major international hubs like Hong Kong and London. Villa prices are rising and will continue to rise in the coming months, but house prices are still low, making them an attractive investment. Dubai’s luxury real estate market has already started to recover and will be followed by an affordable real estate market. The demand comes from consumption in the US and Europe.

The Donau Group, founded in 1993, was founded and maintained under the leadership of Lizwan Sajan, known as the founder and chairwoman of the group. The company, which began as a small trading company, has grown steadily, expanded its position in the region and established itself under its large roof as the No. 1 building materials company among other industries.

The company had sales of $ 1.3 billion in 2019 and has grown steadily since then. Additionally, Forbes Middle East’s Lizwan Sajan was ranked 12th on the UAE’s Top 100 Indian Leaders. As one of the largest providers in the region, the business of the Donau Group is dominated by two large segments: Building materials FZCO and Donau Home (home interior / decoration solutions). Showrooms scattered throughout the MENA area.

This story is provided by NewsVoir. ANI is not responsible for the content of this article. (ANI / NewsVoir)

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Inman Announces 14 Real Estate Sponsors for Inman Connect June | News

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TALLAHASSEE, Florida., June 12, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Inman Group announced 14 real estate companies will sponsor and exhibit at Inman Connect, a three-day virtual event 15th June – 17. 2021.

The event will welcome thousands of brokers, brokers and real estate professionals to a virtual event specially designed to forge the next chapter in the industry. The line-up of speakers, panels and tracks at this event includes heavyweights, thought leaders, industry insiders and exciting disruptors.

The range of property sponsors and exhibitors offers training, products, solutions and services that can help participating top real estate agents stay competitive, grow their business and prepare for the future.

The sponsors include:

Adfenix

adfenix.com/inman-connect

Real estate agents generally spend too much time assisting brokers with online marketing, have difficulty differentiating and are unable to properly map impact on their marketing (ROI). Adfenix helps marketing teams solve these key challenges by automating bespoke marketing programs for their agents and their brand.

Back to you

backatyou.com

Back At You is the leading provider of back office, operating and marketing software for real estate. Back At You’s Financial BAY back office is currently used by some of the largest brokerage firms in the country, featuring hundreds of interactive reports, managing every commission structure, accounting integration, and more. Back At You’s Financial BAY, Connection BAY and Marketing BAY offer brokers a seamless end-to-end solution for any or all of their real estate needs.

BoomTown

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BoomTown has all the tools, technology, and teams that real estate professionals need to be successful. It’s the only solution that generates and manages leads, with 300+ experts assisting agents. Your lead generation, consumer websites, CRM, lead qualification services, and more come in flexible packages that scale with success.

FIVE

cincpro.com

CINC (Commissions Inc) is the leading provider of web-based real estate marketing and CRM software to elite agents and teams across the world North America. The CINC solution includes: a consumer website that integrates local MLS data; a complete CRM platform that enables real estate agents to service clients and monitor their business; and access to three mobile apps.

eXp Realty

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eXp Realty, The Real Estate Cloud Brokerage, is one of the fastest growing global residential real estate companies with more than 38,000 brokers in The United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and South Africa. As a subsidiary of a publicly traded company, eXp Realty uniquely offers real estate professionals within its ranks the opportunity to acquire shares in eXp World Holdings for production and contributions to overall business growth.

Finance of America Commercial

foacommercial.com

As part of the Finance of America family of companies, Finance of America Commercial provides residential real estate investors across the country with rental loans and fix-and-flip lines of credit to help borrowers overcome traditional funding hurdles and build long-term real estate investment.

IXACT contact

ixactcontact.com

IXACT Contact is a next generation real estate CRM that gives real estate professionals all the tools they need to manage contact information, keep in touch, do active business and maintain an online presence. All in a single, easy-to-use solution.

Lucidpress

lucidpress.com

Lucidpress offers real estate agents an incredibly easy way to customize and distribute their own marketing materials without ever leaving the brand. Lockable templates protect the brand values ​​and enable agents to carry out small design optimizations themselves in order to relieve the central team. With Lucidpress, the branding template platform trusted by over 8 million users worldwide, brokerage firms can keep their agents happy and say goodbye to rogue branding forever.

Moxtra

moxtra.com

In today’s world, businesses need a digital office where real estate professionals can provide first class service to their clients. This means providing a digital destination where customers can call whenever they want and get a one-stop service experience. Moxtra supports OneStop Customer Portal – a continuous collaboration digital office that helps real estate professionals retain and grow customers, manage distributed organizations, and reduce business costs. Moxtra’s Customer Collaboration Platform can support a branded OneStop customer portal as a fluid extension of an existing website, web or mobile app or as a stand-alone web and mobile app.

RE / MAX

remax.com

As one of the world’s leading real estate franchisors, RE / MAX was founded with an innovative, entrepreneurial culture that offers its agents and franchisees the flexibility to run their businesses with great independence. With nearly 140,000 brokers in more than 110 countries and territories, no one in the world sells more real estate than RE / MAX when measured on the transaction side of residential real estate.

Broker solutions for the residential property council

crs.com

With more than 28,000 members, the Residential Real Estate Council is a home for BROKERS who want a head start and more from their careers. RRC offers a variety of educational opportunities, business services, and benefits to help real estate professionals stand out and sell more homes. RRC awards the CRS designation to seasoned REALTORS® who have completed advanced professional training and have demonstrated excellence in residential real estate, and also offers a variety of certificate programs to help real estate professionals further improve their skills. Through tailored training, advisory services and resources, RRC broker solutions help agents meet and exceed the daily demands of their business to take brokerage firms or teams to new heights.

We long for

studeohq.com

In today’s extremely competitive and fast-paced real estate market, real estate agents need a digital presence that instantly demonstrates their unique value within seconds. Studeo’s award-winning interactive storytelling strategy for real estate helps real estate agents advance their online marketing by quickly and easily presenting offers, neighborhoods and presentations as interactive digital stories. It’s an easy-to-use platform that enables agents to engage with the market in an immersive way, highlight the community’s lifestyle and tell their unique brand story.

Zillow

zillow.com

Zillow Group, Inc. is reinventing real estate to make it easier to move into the next chapter in life. As the most visited real estate website in the US, Zillow and its affiliates provide customers with an on-demand sale, purchase, rental, or finance experience with transparency and near-seamless end-to-end service.

Zoodealio

zoodealio.com

Zoodealio heralds a new era in iBuying and lead generation software. Their “Interactive Multi-Offer Dashboard” provides consumers with an offer management system and agent interaction tool that has never been seen in the real estate market. Zoodealio’s trusted lead generation cash offer website gives agents the ability to compete with iBuyers for seller leads and gain an edge over other agents in their market.

Inman Connect takes place online 15.-17. June 2021. The best and brightest in real estate and technology are expected. For information on obtaining a press card, please contact rachel@inman.com.

About Inman | Inman News is the premier news source for real estate agents, brokers, brokers, real estate managers and real estate technology leaders who need the latest real estate news, insights and analysis to grow their business and stay ahead of the competition. Visit inman.com for more information.

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Tight housing market causing skyrocketing prices in Manatee, Sarasota

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Just over four years ago, the average retail price for a single family home in Sarasota County was just over $ 250,000. But given the ongoing real estate boom, buyers today might be happy to find more than a few properties in the market at this price point.

The average sales price for Sarasota County has surged to more than $ 380,000 as the number of homes in the market plummets into a dangerous area for buyers and real estate agents.

Manatee County saw an almost identical increase in the average home sales price amid a shrinking inventory of homes for sale.

The reasons for the increase are diverse, according to residential real estate experts: builders burned by the last economic crisis have drastically reduced speculative housing construction, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a reinterpretation of office work where Zoom calls have enabled employees Living far from the office and an unprecedented shortage of inventory has created an environment where homes stay in the market for days rather than months.

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Jessica Rodriguez came across this buzz saw of factors while searching for her first home. The 27-year-old works in manufacturing at Dentsply Sirona Products in North Sarasota. Over the past three years, Rodriguez has saved nearly $ 10,000 to use as a down payment to move out of her parents’ house.

She began looking for a home for less than $ 300,000 in January.

Your options are not promising.

In all counties of Sarasota and Manatee, there are fewer than 140 properties for sale for less than $ 300,000, according to the Multiple Listing Service. Many of the properties in their price range will not meet the requirements for a Federal Housing Administration (FHA) loan that they are trying to use to finance their purchase. And with a plethora of cash buyers poised to rush, sellers are unlikely to overcome the regulatory hurdles that come with government-subsidized credit.

“It was pretty frustrating,” she said. “If I want to make an offer, it’s already under contract.

“I hope for a miracle.”

Meanwhile, the luxury market has more options. According to data from the MLS, Sarasota has 158 properties at or above $ 1 million and Manatee County has 97 listings in that area.

Challenges for brokers too

Rodriguez was hoping to buy a three bedroom, two bath house near her work. As of Friday, there were only seven properties in Sarasota that met their requirements.

While bidding wars and soaring residential property prices may sound like a gold mine to realtors in the area, the reality of the shortage of supply is such that many will have a hard time selling bids.

The Sarasota and Manatee Brokerage Association has 7,758 members.

There are 1,392 active listings for all residential property types in Manatee and Sarasota Counties, according to data from the MLS on Friday morning. In 2016, Sarasota County had 2,941 active listings and Manatee County had 2,082 active listings, according to the year-end summary for that year compiled by RASM.

“If you toss a cracker and you have 700 pigeons, what happens?” Said Barbara Smith, a real estate agent with fine traits. “It’s tough out there and you better know what’s going on.”

Real estate agent Barbara Smith says the majority of her sales recently have been to outside of state buyers, which puts restrictions on people who might want to buy a new home in their own market.

Smith has sold two properties in the past 30 days. What she sees in the market is an onslaught of out-of-state buyers, often putting cash on the table.

All but one of their deals this year involved out-of-state buyers. She believes that a healthy residential real estate market should be driven by local buyers.

A local buyer looking to upgrade from a starter home to a slightly nicer home would take some pressure off inventory as people were selling homes in the community and moving to other neighborhoods.

Currently, many potential sellers who want to stay in the market are hesitant to sell their homes fearing that it would be difficult to find a new one at a reasonable price, she said.

Chris Gremley, broker owner at Banyan Tree Realty LLC, describes his residential real estate operation as a one-man band as he completes all marketing and show activities.

“The first question I ask people is, where are you going?” He said.

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If the answer is somewhere in the same market, he warns them of the challenges.

When a buyer comes in and rents at a reasonable price in the market, his advice is even more meaningful.

“I’m telling them to renew their lease,” he said.

He also said many buyers are moving from another state where they have just sold a previous home. Such buyers have significant advantages over those trying to finance a property.

When a buyer needs a bank mortgage, the property needs to be valued. If this appraisal report remains below the offer, the bank demands a higher deposit or the seller has to reduce the price to the appraised value.

“Appraisers are gods,” said Gremley. “It’s all ‘yes sir, no sir’ from me with them. You definitely don’t argue. ”

He listed a 1,000-square-foot, two-bedroom, one-bathroom house in Bradenton from 1947 for $ 250,000. The property has a long-term tenant and he is marketing it as an investment property.

Gremley says he could have sold the property more easily at that price if it weren’t for an investment property.

“I’ve had several people contact me about the occupation of this property,” he said.

A bubble market
but not like last time

Chris Jones, president of Florida Economic Advisors, holds a PhD in economics from the University of South Florida. He is also a full-time faculty member at USF in the economics department.

Jones described the housing market as a bubble, but not one that will burst anytime soon. In fact, he doesn’t expect it to pop at all. Instead, he expects deflation to slow as supply catches up with demand.

Many will hear the words housing bubble and fear the end of 2007 and the beginning of 2008. Jones said the market slump in the early 2000s was driven by demand artificially fueled by access to easy lending.

“Anyone who basically had a pulse could go way beyond their means and buy a house,” he said.

“Today’s bubble is not driven by the demand economy,” he said. “It’s supply-side driven.”

The economic downturn at the end of 2007 prompted many builders to limit the number of speculative housing projects. For those they do, the number of units is only a fraction of what they would have tried before the property crash.

In addition, the pandemic has squeezed the supply chains for many of the goods involved in new construction, such as plywood and lumber, which is driving up costs.

A third factor is the more flexible choice of location for working people. The pandemic forced many companies to allow their employees to work remotely.

Although the prices that Manatee and Sarasota are experiencing are not outside of what he expects from the current economy, he said the rate of growth is unsustainable.

“People’s incomes are not growing at this rate,” he said. “These price increases can only last so long. You won’t have enough people who can afford it. ”

He anticipates builders will come and build new homes at more affordable prices as supply chains correct and material costs decrease, which will lower the prices of existing homes.

However, this won’t be a quick process.

“I think you will see real estate markets keep rising for 12 to 18 months,” he said. “But more supply always leads to lower prices.”

Narrow inventory

detached house

Location: Total number of entries: Less than $ 300,000: More than or equal to $ 1 million:

Sarasota County: 495: 79: 158

Manati County: 418: 57: 97

Condominium

Sarasota County: 221: 54: 81

Manati County: 114: 61: 4

Townhouses

Sarasota Ward: 30-0-1

Manati County: 18-3-0

Mobile accommodations

Sarasota County: 32: 11: 0

Manati County: 37: 36: 0

Prefabricated houses:

Sarasota County: 13: 11: 0

Manati County: 14-13-0

SOURCE: Data from the Multiple Listing Service (as of Friday morning).

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