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Changemakers Mixing it Up at DFW Real Estate Firms

Running a commercial real estate firm in Dallas-Fort Worth is not for the faint of heart. Firms here are at the top of their game, and the competition is fierce. But in a market as big and active as North Texas, there are bountiful opportunities, too.

“So much of it comes down to hustle,” says Moody Younger of Younger Partners. “If you have good people and work hard and are honest with clients, you’ll get your share.”

Younger and Kathy Permenter, co-founders of Younger Partners, are part of a new leadership class in Dallas real estate, a group that also includes David Pinsel at Colliers International and Steve Everbach at Cushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc. All have been in their current positions for about two years.

Younger and Permenter run their own shop; Pinsel and Everbach were both brought in to turn around the DFW offices of their respective companies. They’ve proven they have the mettle it takes to compete. Here are some of their strategies.

Click here to read more about their strategies. And scroll down to see fun images from the feature, which appeared in the March 2014 issue of D CEO, taken by photographer Billy Surface.

Kathy Permenter and Moody Younger with Younger Partners
Kathy Permenter and Moody Younger with Younger Partners
David Pinsel of Colliers International
David Pinsel of Colliers International
Steve Everbach of Cushman & Wakefield
Steve Everbach of Cushman & Wakefield
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