Relocating corporations are choosing to work with DFW’s luxury leader—connecting buyers and properties across North Texas. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
Why are California companies moving their headquarters to DFW? According to several economic experts, a pro-business environment and favorable cost of living are the main reasons why 64 corporate headquarters have moved here since 2010.
That’s nearly one per month, with almost half coming from California.
Citing easy access to North Texas neighborhoods, these business leaders are choosing the right place to fit their lifestyle—a resort-like custom home in Fort Worth, a high rise in Uptown, a Southlake estate with acreage, a large lot with mature trees in Preston Hollow.
Since joining Sotheby’s International Realty in 2010, relocation business for Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty is up 389 percent and incoming referrals have risen 63 percent—a testament to the global power of the brand.
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For more luxury homes throughout North Texas, see briggsfreeman.com. Click here to see the latest in real estate news. President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.
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Chrystal Falls Ranch is a sportsman’s paradise, just two hours west of Fort Worth, with a 10-bedroom lodge and separate manager’s house … and 4,000 acres of trophy whitetails, axis deer and blackbuck antelope.
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Foreign investors love the U.S. residential housing marketing, according to a recent report by CNN Money.
Purchasers from Canada, Mexico, India and the U.K. are leading the pack right now, and they’re bullish on the country’s growth indicators, according to the report.
Says CNN Money:
“The U.S. has been named the hottest market for global residential property in a survey of 14 countries by real estate advisors Savills. The researchers analyzed economic and demographic trends to forecast how much prices in popular cities will rise over the next five years.
“And the essential ingredients for solid returns? A combination of population growth, rising wealth and limited housing supply.”
For the full report, click here: money.cnn.com
Even more close to home, a survey by PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Urban Land Institute found that Dallas-Fort Worth is the top market to watch for overall real estate prospects. That means investment, development and homebuilding are booming, according to the Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2016 report.
Click here to see the latest in real estate news. President and CEO Robbie Briggs independently owns and operates Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty with offices in Dallas, Fort Worth, Uptown, Lakewood, Ranch and Land, The Ballpark and Southlake.
Inspired to live an artful life in a vibrant neighborhood, today’s discerning buyers are choosing to experience elevated luxury in the heart of the city.
And here’s where they’re living.
Chrystal Fall Ranch, 0 FM 283 in Eliasville, TX, has about 4,000 acres, including more than a mile of river frontage along the Clear Fork of the Brazos River. Photos / Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s International Realty
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