Monthly Archives: October 2017

We are driven by excellence

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October 20, 2017

At JLL, we seek excellence in everything we do. We dig deeper, reach further and always deliver. This means we always expect more. More for our clients. More from each other. More from our careers. More from every single day. All with the purpose of achieving ambitions.

Hear from Erica about what excellence means at JLL.

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Internet-resistant retailers expand while others catch their breath

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Oct. 19, 2017

By: Mark Raines, senior vice president, JLL Houston

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Houston retail remains healthy as it settles into a new and more sustainable normal following the frenetic game of catch-up from the last three years.

During the third quarter, leasing activity decreased to 1.5 million square feet while some retailers paused to evaluate strategies… Read More

A comprehensive review of Hurricane Harvey’s impact on commercial property

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Oct. 12, 2017

By: Eli Gilbert, senior vice president, JLL Research

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Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 storm, August 25, 2017, northeast of Corpus Christi, Texas. The slow moving system was quickly downgraded to a tropical storm but would eventually dump an estimated 19 trillion gallons of water… Read More

Ethics at JLL means we always do the right thing

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Oct. 6, 2017

Our value of ethics means we always do the right thing. We operate with the utmost integrity and in the best interest of our clients, colleagues and communities.

Our standard of ethics leads to our excellence and differentiates us in the marketplace.

Hear from Executive Vice President Chad Baker about what ethics means at JLL.

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Industrial demand soars as land constraints stifle supply

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Oct. 3, 2017

By: Jeff Venghaus, executive vice president and industrial lead, JLL Houston

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After a relatively quiet second quarter, Houston’s industrial market returned to its fervent pace in the third quarter. Vacancy and availability decreased, while the market recorded nearly 3 million square feet of positive net absorption, a significant increase from… Read More

Investors look to Houston despite continued slowdown

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Oct. 2, 2017

By: Ronnie Deyo, executive vice president and office team lead, JLL Houston

total vacancyDespite Hurricane Harvey’s widespread devastation, Houston’s office properties fared relatively well, with less than 60 office buildings reporting damage from the storm. As a result, the office market, by-and-large, stayed its course through the close of… Read More