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Commercial real estate investors continue to be drawn to the D/FW Metroplex because it has one of the strongest job markets in the nation. As a result, the region’s multifamily and retail investment sectors have reaped the benefits with improving fundamentals. In spite of these gains, the recession has taken its toll on the CRE market, as each product type works through various stages of delinquency, particularly the highly exposed office sector. The outlook for the multifamily and retail segments is more promising because employment gains have sparked increased demand for both types of assets. Meanwhile, industrial assets in D/FW have experienced a limited amount of loan defaults, following a similar pattern nationwide, and the sector should stabilize relatively soon due to very little new construction.

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