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Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston are millennial magnets — New York, Los Angeles not so much

Posted by USFC Team on Feb 9, 2019 2:27:55 AM
Dallas-Fort Worth has become a magnet for millennial migration in the years since the Great Recession, according to a new Brookings Institution report, even as efforts to lure the heavily sought demographic intensify. Growing companies — especially tech firms — put a premium on the number of ... Read More

Topics: Dallas, Texas, Texas Economy, Migration, jobs, Employment, Business Friendly, Business, D-FW, Houston, Los Angeles, New York

California footwear company relocating headquarters to North Texas

Posted by USFC Team on Jan 9, 2019 12:39:18 AM
Longtime California-based footwear and accessories company Evolutions Brands has purchased a building and will relocate its headquarters and other functions to Lake Dallas. The company, whose best-known brand is Bed Stü, is the latest in a stream of businesses of all sizes moving headquarters and ... Read More

Topics: Relocation, United States, California, Texas, Dallas, Business Friendly, Business, Headquarters, Growth, Taxes

USFC December 2018 CIO Report

Posted by David Gunderson on Jan 3, 2019 3:25:23 AM
US Freedom Capital Investment Outlook December 2018 Read More

Topics: United States, Texas, USA, volatility, Equity, VIX, US Economy, Texas Economy, US, Employment, real estate, Taxes, Dallas, Fort Worth

Dallas-Fort Worth leads nation in people relocation, so how many new residents is that each day?

Posted by USFC Team on Dec 21, 2018 5:14:22 AM
Even migration is bigger in Texas.  Dallas-Fort Worth leads all U.S. metropolitan areas as the largest net gainer with 246 people arriving daily, according to a Bloomberg analysis of 2017 Census data on migration for the nation's 100 largest regions. In 2014, the crown belonged to Houston with 269 ... Read More

Topics: Texas, Dallas, Relocation, Migration

Migration boom pushes up rents on Dallas’ high-end homes

Posted by USFC Team on Dec 21, 2018 4:54:23 AM
Rents on higher-end, single-family homes in the Dallas area have reversed course in the past year and are going up as landlords are looking to capitalize on new growth in the area, according to data from CoreLogic.  In October of last year, rents on the highest-priced homes were on pace to fall by ... Read More

Topics: Texas, Dallas, Rent, Migration, homes, High-End, Single-Family

Relocating companies want 'business-friendly' states, but what does that mean?

Posted by USFC Team on Dec 18, 2018 5:31:40 AM
Texas typically ranks highly in listings of the best states for business. But what factors play into a business-friendly climate, and what states offer the most competition for Texas in the battle for corporate expansions and headquarters relocations? Site selectors weighed in on that topic among ... Read More

Topics: Texas, Dallas, Austin, D-FW, Business, economy, Business Friendly

$3B company relocating HQ from California to North Texas

Posted by USFC Team on Dec 17, 2018 5:22:47 AM
A global medical technologies company is relocating its corporate headquarters from California to North Texas. The latest in a steady stream of moves from California to Texas, DJO plans to move its operations from San Diego to Lewisville within the first few months of 2019, according to a release. ... Read More

Topics: Texas, Dallas, jobs, Employment, economy, Growth

Investment Outlook: December 2018

Posted by David Gunderson on Dec 6, 2018 12:06:51 PM
US Freedom Capital Investment Outlook December 2018 From: David Gunderson, Chief Investment Officer Read More

Topics: Dallas, Texas, Investment, USD, real estate, Hedge, volatility

Dallas-Fort Worth economy remains strong & continues to grow!

Posted by USFC Team on Jul 31, 2018 1:32:01 AM
The Dallas–Fort Worth economy continues to expand. The June jobs report indicated employment growth moderated, with DFW adding jobs at the slowest pace so far this year. Overall, the DFW economy remains strong, with 3.2 percent annualized job growth year to date. The unemployment rate ticked up in ... Read More

Topics: Dallas, Texas, economy, Employment

Dallas–Fort Worth economy expands at a torrid pace, 55000 new jobs added this year!

Posted by USFC Team on Jun 26, 2018 6:17:28 AM
The Dallas–Fort Worth economy continued to expand at a torrid pace. The May jobs report showed the metro area growing at a 3.7 percent annualized rate in the first five months of the year, adding a total of 55,500 net new jobs. The unemployment rate remained near record lows, and the Dallas and ... Read More

Topics: Dallas, Texas, economy, jobs, Employment, housing, real estate

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