Houston Commercial Real Estate Services
Commercial real estate advisor providing services for leasing, investment sales and capital markets in Houston
Avison Young’s Houston, Texas office has become one of the area’s premier client-focused, full-service providers of commercial real estate. Our experienced team of commercial real estate advisors cover all major industry sectors, including office, industrial, retail, mixed-use, development, and investment. In utilizing our company’s no-silo approach to partnership, we provide reliable, efficient services for owners and investors alike, as well as for users and occupants.
Avison Young is a global real estate advisor built to create real economic, social, and environmental value, powered by – and for, people. We believe there is a vital role for our sector in creating healthy, productive workplaces for employees; cities that are centres of prosperity for its citizens and; built spaces and places that create a net benefit to the economy, the environment and the community. Our people organize around our clients’ opportunities and work as colleagues to focus on their success.
Avison Young brokers 63-AC land sale in northeast Harris CountyJanuary 6, 2021Avison Young today announced today that it has negotiated the sale of 63 acres of land at Atascocita Rd., northeast of Wilson Rd. in Humble, Texas.
Avison Young releases Fourth Quarter 2020 Market Reports for Houston industrial and office sectorsLargest square footage completions during a single year for industrial sectorJanuary 4, 2021Avison Young today released both its Fourth Quarter 2020 Office Market Report and Industrial Market Report for Houston. The industrial sector shattered last year’s development record of 15.4 million square feet (msf) by completing 26.5 msf during 2020, the most industrial square footage delivered during a one-year period in Houston’s history. The office market still faces challenges created by the pandemic and lackluster energy sector.
2021 Trends and expectations for Houston’s CRE marketDecember 2020 blog by Rand StephensDecember 15, 2020As we close out the year of disruption and look ahead to 2021, the status and outlook for the Houston economy and commercial real estate industry continue to be an uphill battle. Looking back at my January blog“2020 Outlook for the Houston Market,” I wrote: “Commercial real estate in Houston, with the exception of the office market, was solid in 2019, and 2020 will be more of the same barring any major surprises.” Well, Houston and the entire world was hit with an unforeseeable “surprise” about mid-March, and it hasn’t subsided yet. As a result, trends in 2021 for Houston’s commercial real estate market take on a new perspective.
§531.20 Information About Brokerage Services
- The Commission adopts by reference the Information About Brokerage Services Notice, TREC No. IABS 1-0 (IABS Notice). The IABS Notice is published by and available from the Texas Real Estate Commission, P.O. Box 12188, Austin, Texas 78711-2188, www.trec.texas.gov.
- Each active real estate broker and sales agent shall provide:
- a link to a completed IABS Notice in a readily noticeable place on the homepage of each business website, labeled:
- "Texas Real Estate Commission Information About Brokerage Services", in at least 10 point font; or
- "TREC Information About Brokerage Services", in at least 12 point font; and
- the completed IABS Notice at the first substantive communication as required under §1101.558, Texas Occupations Code.