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How did you hear about this site InHouston?
LinkedIn Website
Commercial Real Estate Services
Niche (Services/Products your company provides:)
Corporate Real Estate Services, Tenant Representation, Office Leasing, Land Sales, Investment Sales. I assist corporations and businesses with their office and facility requirements, identifying optimal, cost effective locations, structuring transactions and real estate planning that compliments their business objectives.
About Me:
Commercial Real Estate Broker with 20 years experience. Senior Vice President with Colliers International, Dad, Texas Longhorn and Fitness Fanatic
City, State
Houston, Texas
Area of Houston
Open Networker?
Servant Leader, Give It First Networker?
Have Attended Live InHouston Netweaving Events (ever):
going to the next one
Perfect Client
Any company or individual practice with an office, industrial, commercial land or retail space requirement whether lease, purchase, build to suit or disposition.
Target Market(s)
Geographic Area: Greater Houston, NASA / Clear Lake, Pasadena, Downtown, Galleria-Uptown, Greenway Plaza and National Markets

Industries: Healthcare, Aerospace, Technology, Professional Services, anyone that uses office space.

I have handled assignments throughout the Houston area and other National Markets including Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Phoenix, Los Angeles, New York and Cleveland. I have a high level of transaction experience in the Bay Area Houston-Clear Lake area as well as Healthcare companies including major Hospital systems, private physcian groups and medical office building owners.
Urgent Needs and Compelling Desires of Target Market(s)
The need to secure optimal cost effective locations
Occupancy cost reduction
Expansion requirements locally, nationally and globally
Surplus property disposition & sublease
Lease, Purchase, Build-to Suit
"Other interests" (Traveling, wine, books, etc...):
My kids, Networking, Social Media, Fitness, Weight Training, Tennis, Travel and College Football especially the Longhorns

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Driving Traffic to your Blog with Linkedin

Posted on April 26, 2010 at 1:00am 1 Comment

Linkedin is clearly one the most popular social networking site among business professionals and a tool that I consider a “must have” as a part of your social media platform. The demographics of the typical Linkedin user is one that can not be ignored by the commercial real estate professional and with reportedly over 65 millions users, a rich source of new business… Continue

Taking into Account the Unexpected when Negotiating your Commercial Lease

Posted on February 27, 2010 at 11:01pm 0 Comments

Natural disasters such as Hurricane Ike or Tropical Storm Allison that damaged many buildings in the Houston area can interrupt operations at hundreds of businesses. But even, inoperable or faulty building equipment, a sudden freeze that causes pipes to burst or a summer thunderstorm that cuts electrical power can bring a business to a halt.

Most standard office leases…


The Dreaded Annual Operating Expense Statement

Posted on February 27, 2010 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

This is the time of year that most office tenants begin to receive the building’s operating expense escalation statement for the previous year of their lease term. This is the additional rent charged to the tenant to cover the increase in operating expenses for the building. Even if the operating expense escalation has been carefully negotiated in the lease document, tenants are often surprised at the amount when the bill arrives.…


Houston Industrial Market Report 4Q 2009

Posted on January 24, 2010 at 4:50pm 0 Comments

Houston Industrial Market Demand Weak in 2009

Houston's industrial market closed 2009 with both gains and losses, that in the end were overwritten by an overall decrease in market activity due to weak tenant demand. Positive net absorption of 1.7 million SF citywide attested to the market's resilience against the worst economic recession in recent history, even though it fell significantly below the 9.4 million SF of gains recorded in 2008. Occupancy levels above 90% for all… Continue

The Dreaded Annual Operating Expense Statement

Posted on January 24, 2010 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

This is the time of year that most office tenants begin to receive the building’s operating expense escalation statement for the previous year of their lease term. This is the additional rent charged to the tenant to cover the incease in operating expenses for the building. Even if the operating expense escalation has been carefully negotiated in the lease document, tenants are often surprised at the amount when the bill arrives.

Additional Rent-Operating Expense… Continue

Houston Office Market Report 4Q 2009

Posted on January 18, 2010 at 10:11pm 0 Comments

Houston Office Market Vacancy Up, Rents Down in 2009

Houston’s office market posted weak fundamentals at the end of 2009 with year-over-year higher vacancy, lower rental rates, and negative net absorption ending the previous five consecutive years of gains in occupied space citywide. Against the ongoing uncertainty regarding the timing for recovery from the worst economic recession in recent history, office tenants continued to… Continue

Houston: 2009 Top Office Leases

Posted on January 18, 2010 at 10:05pm 0 Comments

Houston, in 2009 began to feel the effect of “The Great Recession” and it was not a banner year in terms of blockbuster office leases. The Houston market posted seven office leases over 100,000 SF in 2009, as few large credit-strong tenants capitalized on prevailing weak market conditions.

I suspect as office market fundamentals remain weak for at least the first half of 2010 and likely until 2011, that as savvy large tenants become… Continue

Should You Own Your Office Space?

Posted on January 18, 2010 at 10:01pm 0 Comments

Would it be beneficial to our business to purchase an office building rather than continue leasing?

This is a question that I often hear at some point when working with my clients. Furthermore, it seems this question arises more often when there has been a significant swing in the market, either the leasing market is perceived as expensive with healthy rental rates and occupancy costs or the market has taken a downturn and the opportunity to purchase real estate at a perceived value… Continue

The Houston Office Market 2009 "A Look Back"

Posted on December 28, 2009 at 3:09pm 0 Comments

As 2009 comes to a close, in what was a challenging year for everyone in the commercial real estate industry. Those of us involved in the Houston office market; Landlords, Leasing Professionals and Investment Brokers had very little to gloat about, but looking around the country it could have been much worse. 2009 was a year of new perspective, a year where as a broker you were grateful to have a few deals to work on. Here is a look back at the top stories and trends that developed in the… Continue

Three Reasons the Houston Office Market Will Not Improve in 2010

Posted on December 9, 2009 at 2:29am 0 Comments

Based on the conversations I have with leasing agents and real estate types at the numerous holiday parties I have been attending, some of my commercial real estate peers still seem to hold on some glimmer of optimism the market is going to improve in 2010. However, there are the three key reasons the Houston office market will not see improvement in the coming year.


Recovery in the office market is dependent on expansion of office jobs and the office… Continue

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At 6:51am on June 5, 2010, Jennifer Fisher said…
Happy Birthday. May the day be filled with joy, laughter, good friends and good wishes.
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Have a great birthday!!!
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What a great way to start the weekend!!! Happy Birthday Coy! May this weekend be a fantastic celebration of your life and future!!!
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Welcome to InHouston! This is a fantastic group! Please let me know if I can be helpful!

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Jump right in!!

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Welcome to the inhouston networking family!
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Welcome to in Houston! We should catch up some time.



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