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2014: A Look at What's in Store

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Houston is beginning 2014 with plenty to be excited about. The Bayou City continues to top lists of all kinds-from most vibrant economies to best places to grab a bite. And as the city prepares to host Super Bowl LI in 2017, there's even more development headed our way. Here are just a few things we're excited about in the year ahead.

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Four U.S. Markets Ranked Among Top Five Global Picks for CRE Investment

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Foreign commercial real estate investors ranked four U.S. markets among their top five global picks for acquiring commercial property, according to the results of the 22nd Annual Survey taken among the members of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE).

The group's members rated New York, San Francisco, Houston and Los Angeles as the top two through five most attarctive markets for real estate investment. The number one pick was London, which displaced New York for the top spot for first time in three years.

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Happy Holidays from Newcor Commercial Real Estate!

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Ryan Dierker Represented Central Health Care Solutions with Office Relocation

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Ryan Dierker with Newcor Commercial Real Estate represented Central Healthcare Solutions in the relocation of 3,769 square feet of office space to the Cedarstone One Building located at 1544 Sawdust Rd in The Woodlands, TX. After evaluating the different options available in the tight Woodlands office market, Newcor was able to identify and negotiate terms to best suit Central Healthcare Solutions size and economic goals.Houston Chronicle Article
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ExxonMobil Campus- More Good News For The Woodlands Real Estate and Economy

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Exxon is bringing more employees to The Woodlands, Texas. It was approved yesterday in Commissioner's Court and confirmed at a lunch yesterday by County Judge Sadler and The Woodlands Economic Development president, Gil Staley that Exxon is moving up to 1,500 employees to the next two buildings to be built in Hughes Landing. These positions are unique to the region and are unrelated to the 10,000 employees Exxon will house on their new Mega-Campus in Spring, Texas.

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