Leasing Commercial Space? Choose a Broker that…

  • Choose a broker who represents your interests, not a landlord / seller to avoid a situation of dual-agency.
  • Select a broker specializing in tenant / buyer representation.
  • Select a broker who has experience in your area of the city.
  • Select a broker who has experience in representing your type of business.
  • Choose a broker that has a clearly defined and coordinated plan to achieve your goals.
  • Choose a broker with a high degree of responsibility and customer service skills.
  • Choose a broker who has the necessary tools and support you will require for the highest level of service.
  • Choose a broker that you trust and you connect with personally, but also one you can deal professionally.

Houston Business Headlines – Money Morning

Exxon Mobil is considering a move

Architectural documents obtained by the Houston Chronicle outline an elaborate corporate campus, including 20 office buildings with 3 million square feet,

Johnson Space Center looks to Return to the Moon cancelation with concern

Space workers and politicians in Houston are looking on the prospect of President Obama canceling the return to the Moon program with considerable

Toshiba Launches Super-Charge Ion Battery

Houston, TX – Toshiba International Corporation announces that it has established US-based sales and technical support for

RPT-TEPCO mulls stake in NRG Texas nuclear plant

A Japanese electric utility is mulling a stake in a Texas nuclear plant under development by NRG Energy Inc

ConocoPhillips launches PP business

The Houston-based business will operate as ConocoPhillips Specialty Products Inc. and will handle sales and

B&W to support sub nuke systems

McDermott International Inc. announced it has been selected to provide the US Navy’s submarines and aircraft carrier programs with

Insurance industry says Ike damage cost 12 billion dollars in Texas

The devastating Hurricane Ike in 2008 has claimed some 12 billion US dollars in insurance losses along the

Robert S. “Bob” Lowery
Real Estate Representation for Houston Business

Houston Business Headlines – Money Morning

Major change at NASA: Houston may have a problem

This could have a chilling effect on the economy of Houston where the Johnson Space Center is located. Those are good, high paying jobs with superb benefits

KBR scuttles West Houston expansion

The engineering, construction and services company released a statement Wednesday saying it would expand its presence in downtown Houston instead.

Toyota owners besiege dealers for answers

Houston-area Toyota dealers were inundated with phone calls from concerned customers Wednesday, a day after the car company halted national sales of eight

Port of Houston approves $1M in Bayport projects

The Port of Houston Authority this week approved two contracts totaling about $1 million for construction projects on the Bayport terminal.

City slow to tear down vacant buildings

Houston Mayor Annise Parker says cleaning up Houston’s neighborhoods is her first and highest priority. But getting it done will not be

Mall makeover for West Oaks Mall

A big mall makeover is in the works for a once popular shopping spot in far west Houston. Developers want people in the community to help

Texas Steel Processing sold to Chicago metal distributor

Houston steel fabricator Texas Steel Processing Inc. has agreed to be sold to a unit of Ryerson Inc. for about $11.4 million. The move allows Chicago-based

Natural Gas: Charts, Analysis, & Predictions

2007 Map of Natural Gas Production in cubic meters, per year.

Henry Hub spot prices are up significantly from their low of $2.18 in September 2009.

The average wellhead gas price increased last month to $4.31/MMbtu.  The low in September of last year was $2.84.


The Nat Gas Futures indicate a stabilization of prices until the third quarter of 2010, where it bounces 15% to 20% through the next year.


The U.S. rig count for gas increased by 22 , and is 168 higher than the low in July of 2009. The increase is due to shale gas drilling in the Louisiana Haynesville and Texas Eagle Ford Shale.


A reliable indicator of our economic path.  The current data shows a reversal towards the mean after 5 weeks of growth.

Houston Business Headlines – Money Morning

Hard times wash away part of Houston port’s income

And fewer ships called on the Port of Houston Authority docks last year. After a record year of revenue in 2008, the Port of Houston Authority reported a

Oil work in Iraq could ramp up

Chad Deaton, CEO of Houston-based Baker Hughes, said in an earnings call Tuesday that his company has submitted a contract bid to a potential customer and…

CompUSA re-entering Houston as Systemax unit

CompUSA has officially re-entered the Houston market with a brand-new store after filing bankruptcy in 2007 and closing all of its Houston locations.

Education Pioneers Launches in Houston to Recruit, Train 100 New Education Leaders

Education Pioneers, a national network of education leaders and entrepreneurs, today announced the launch of a

Investors target Marcellus Shale drillers

A group of shareholders who focus on the environment said on Tuesday they are targeting companies operating in the Marcellus Shale to

Robert S. “Bob” Lowery
Real Estate Representation for Houston Business