Cravey Real Estate Blog

Batten Down The Hatches

Monday, July 9th, 2018

SIOR Report, Summer Edition 2018 Corpus Christi, 182 miles southwest of Houston, was also impacted by Hurricane Harvey, but given its path and landfall, was spared the damage other areas experienced. “When a hurricane is noted, we watch it for three weeks out and decide whether we need to make arrangements for the storm,” said […]

The Retail Shift

Monday, May 14th, 2018

SIOR Report, Spring Edition 2018 Many, if not all such transformations offer a wide range of opportunities for SIORs. Matthew Cravey, SIOR, Cravey Real Estate Services, Corpus Christi, Tex., convinced an investor to put under contract a former HEB Grocery store building. “While under contract, we found a charter school to lease the main building,” he […]

Texas Ports Invest In Infrastructure

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

According to Matt Cravey, a longtime industrial broker in the area who now runs Cravey Real Estate Services, these two projects have driven demand for industrial space throughout Corpus Christi. General contractors, materials suppliers and project maintenance firms comprise the core of industrial tenants. Click here to read the full article on REBusiness Online. Click here to read […]

Opportunities in Debt and Broken Objects

Thursday, November 20th, 2014

Just about every day, Matthew Cravey, SIOR, CCIM, president of Cravey Real Estate Services Inc. in Corpus Christi, Texas, drives past One Shoreline Plaza, the South Texas city’s iconic, twin-tower office building sitting in a picturesquely perfect location. Click here to read the complete article

Unprecedented Global Government Intervention

Monday, August 27th, 2012

In his latest white paper, “Unprecedented Global Government Intervention,” NAI Global Chief Economist, Dr. Peter Linneman, discusses the dangers and pitfalls of an unprecedented wave of global government intervention taking place in capital markets. Citing historical examples, he demonstrates intervention only prolongs periods of stagnation and uncertainty. “In all, government activity is now deterring the very […]

Global Economic Round-Up

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

The world’s economic problem is best summarized by the fact that while, for the past 20 years, Germany, Italy and Japan have been among the worst developed world governments in terms of providing a healthy environment for economic growth, today, Germany is by far the best in this regard – even though it is no […]

European Debt Crisis

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

Europe’s sovereign debt crises are changing daily, yet are making little progress toward long-term solutions. The only questions are when, how and who will be left holding the bag?

Beware of Inflation

Monday, May 9th, 2011

No one deserves less forecasting credibility than the Fed. Over the last two decades, their macroeconomic forecasts have been among the poorest of any forecasters, despite the fact that they are the only forecasters who know macro policy decisions before they are announced.

Global Property Prices and Trends 2011

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Global Property Prices and Trends 2011.

International Property Guide 2011

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

A guide to business practices & customs in 60 countries.