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Jul 8, 2019 - 1:58pm

Dallas is a hotbed for REPE. I don't know of any upcoming, or startup REPE but off the top of my head we have:

Phoenix Capital



CBRE global investors

Crow holding Capital



and a ton of others.

Mar 23, 2020 - 4:13pm

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Jul 9, 2019 - 12:35am

TA Realty
Sealy & Company
Westmount Realty Capital
Stonelake Capital Partners
Thackeray Partners
Hunt Realty
Crescent Real Estate
Crow Holdings
Banner Oak Capital Partners
Harwood International
Rockpoint Group

Dallas is ripe with REPE firms. This is a good start, but definitely is not all encompassing. I work for one of the firms above. Feel free to reach out and ask any questions.

Jul 10, 2019 - 2:26pm

How often do you guys get east coast kids working in Dallas? I'm currently at school in the Northeast but this summer is reminding me just how much I love the heat and hate winter. I've loved the Texas cities so far, especially Dallas, and am strongly considering going for a masters at UT when I graduate.

Jul 10, 2019 - 9:41am

PM Trunk Yeti for advice - he's one of the better RE posters on this site.

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Jul 10, 2019 - 10:22am

Many of those shops are not what people think they are. Plus, the amount of nepotism is disgusting. It makes me sick when people ask where I went to high school or reply when I ask which city they grew up in "Highland Park". I know tenant rep brokers making $250k+ per year because daddy is an MD in the business and throws them execution layups - like executing a tenant rep transaction is difficult... I can't wait for the correction to humble some of these brokers who think they add value.

Jul 10, 2019 - 10:35am
Plus, the amount of nepotism is disgusting.

Hah, that's real estate, my man. Just gotta accept it and enjoy when you beat the rich kids.

Plus it's worth knowing some of them. Not everyone with a rich daddy in real estate is a little shit. It's not worth holding their being born on 3rd against them if they're solid people and genuine in their interest and aptitude in the industry.

Takes all types

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Jul 10, 2019 - 8:57am

Anyone have experience with Cortland's Dallas office? What is working there like?

"There are only two opinions in this world: Mine and the wrong one." -Jeremy Clarkson
Jul 11, 2019 - 10:38pm

I live in Dallas and have been here for 5+ years. Dallas has a great entrepreneurial culture but it's not like coastal markets where you join a large shop and move up the ranks and get carry as you move up. Most of the Private investment shops have a handful of senior people that get carry or equity and don't give this up easily. For junior people in Dallas, I think your best option is working in IS or capital markets brokerage and then either moving into a production role and make pretty good coin or breaking off and getting into your own deals. Or work at a larger shop on the coast and then relocate to Dallas and do something more entrepreneurial. The most successful people in Dallas are self made...meaning they started their own group.

Just my perception but I could be wrong. Either way, Dallas is a great market and I think it's a lot easier to build something from the ground up here vs on the coasts. A lot of opportunity but much lower barriers to entry

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Mar 19, 2020 - 9:41pm

Anyone have any insight to Dallas and Houston development firms?

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