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Agency Leasing

Find new tenants and maximize your Dallas real estate investments.

Given the opportunity to represent your property, your JLL team will develop a marketing plan that leverages multiple platforms, appropriate technologies and best practices to drive tenant interest, and negotiate the best possible terms on your behalf.

As of Q1 2016, direct asking rents for both Class A and B space are up 7.4 percent (year-over-year)—as rate pressure remains in effect across all submarkets. Tenants continue to look away from higher rent districts like Preston and Uptown to find greater value elsewhere. We expect market wide rent prices to continue to rise as more new Class A construction delivers throughout this year.

While vacancy rates may slightly increase due to high construction volume, we see recently signed deals pointing to higher net absorption in the latter months of 2016. So far this year, more than one million square feet of space has been delivered to market (as of Q1).

Whether you're looking to enhance your building value, stabilize your occupancy, reposition your asset for sale or source your next acquisition, we have the connections and capabilities to ensure success.

Real value. Delivered. 

More than 300 JLL leasing brokers represent our investor clients across the United States. They are connected, effective dealmakers.

In 2015, we successfully completed more than 5,100 office leases, valued at almost $15 billion.

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