Dallas-Fort Worth has gotten high marks in a comparison of the country’s top commercial real estate markets. The D-FW area ranked fifth among more than a dozen major U.S. metro markets, according to analysts surveyed by ratings firm Trepp survey.The New York-based firm looked at economic and real estate conditions for each of the markets.”Trepp has ranked the 15 top-tier, major metropolitan areas to provide a complete insight on the highest-performing commercial real estate regions across the U..S, as well as to pinpoint possible vulnerabilities,” Trepp’s new report said.Three West Coast markets — San Jose, San Francisco and Seattle — got the top grades in the study.Miami ranked fourth.The D-FW area got high ratings for its strong economic growth. “Big D ranked fifth in our study of high-performing metropolitan areas due to its high population growth (highest among all ranked markets) and low unemployment,” the analysts said. “A key reason for those strong statistics is the area’s enticing quality of life and low to no tax rates.”Trepp put D-FW on its favored markets list even though the area tends to have a higher commercial loan delinquency rate than other cities in the ranking.Houston also made it into the top 10.
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