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June 13, 2017 2:01 am

Fort Worth Retail Space

by

Patrick Oconnor

RetailLink tracks thousands of Fort Worth retail space properties on a monthly basis to provide accurate and informative data on the Fort Worth retail space market. RetailLink tracks properties 10,000 sf and larger and provides free access to search by dozens of fields.

Fields of data in RetailLink available with a free subscription include:

Property address

City

Building type

Zip code

Key map

Multi/Single Tenant

County

Building name

Space available And more!

With a paid subscription to RetailLink, users can also search by:

Gross square feet

Occupancy rate

Triple net charges

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Contiguous square feet

Acreage

Number of floors

Census tract

County account number

Year renovated

Type of sale And more!

Free search results to the Fort Worth retail space database include:

Year built

Commission rate

Suite information

High rent

Low rent

Average rent

For sale/lease

Net square feet

Rent type

Photo (if available)

Tenant information

Anchored

Subscriber search results in the Fort Worth retail space database include the same information as the free search results PLUS owner and management contact information. This typically includes company name, contact name, at least one contact phone number and in many cases, supplemental phone numbers, e-mail addresses and websites.

RetailLink also provides subscribers the ability to generate detailed reports for Fort Worth retail space properties selected from the search results. While the free subscription level offers a detailed property listing and a detailed leasing directory report, the paid subscription level offers many more in-depth Fort Worth retail space reports, including:

Transfer ownership

Historical absorption by type by year

Leasing directory

Management directory

Historical property information

Leasing labels

Detailed property listing

Historical Occupancy by class

Owner directory

Historical absorption by class by year

Occupancy and rent survey by class

Management labels

Historical absorption by type

Occupancy and rent survey by tenant

Rent vs. age summary

A full-time team of researchers supports the Fort Worth retail space database, RetailLink. This effort helps ensure our subscribers, both free and paid, get the most accurate data available, at an affordable cost.

The Market Research and Consulting division of OConnor & Associates provides information necessary to make decision to commercial real estate professionals. Occupancy and Rental Data, ownership and management information are routinely gathered for four major land uses multifamily, office, retail and industrial. This information allows investors to compare competitive properties, facilitate business decisions and track market and submarket performance. In addition the data is useful to brokers who for example continually monitor Houston retail space leasing, Houston office space leasing, Dallas retail space leasing, Dallas industrial leasing, Houston industrial space leasing, Houston apartments, Dallas apartments, Fort Worth apartments, Austin apartments, and San Antonio apartments. Quality real estate market data provides decision makers the information to make informed decisions. OConnor & Associates has been providing market data since 1988. Timely, accurate real estate data also provides the information our real estate appraisers, consultants, and property tax consultants need.

Lenders, appraisers, developers, investors, tenants and real estate brokers are just some of the real estate professionals who regularly need real estate market data. They seek timely raw data and summary statistics regarding the market and submarkets. OConnor & Associates has been providing this information since 1988. The Market Research and Consulting division of OConnor & Associates provides information necessary to make decision to commercial real estate professionals. Occupancy and Rental Data, ownership and management information are routinely gathered for four major land uses multifamily, office, retail and industrial. This information allows investors to compare competitive properties, facilitate business decisions and track market and submarket performance. In addition the data is useful to brokers who for example continually monitor Houston retail space leasing, Houston office space leasing, Dallas retail space leasing, Dallas industrial leasing, Houston industrial space leasing, Houston apartments, Dallas apartments, Fort Worth apartments, Austin apartments, and San Antonio apartments.

In addition the data is useful to brokers who for example continually monitor Houston retail space leasing,

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Houston office space leasing, Dallas retail space leasing, Dallas industrial leasing, Houston industrial space leasing, Houston apartments, Dallas apartments, Fort Worth apartments, Austin apartments,

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and San Antonio apartments.

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