REATA Real Estate Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
- REATA Real Estate has 42 Employees.
- REATA Real Estate grew their employee count by 5% last year.
- REATA Real Estate currently has 1 job openings.
|Michael Cruz||GIS Director|
|Paul Astwood||Art Director|
|Andrew Polunsky||Vice President|
|Justin Roberts||Vice President|
|John Wright||Principal & Director of Retail Development|
What Is REATA Real Estate?
WE'RE CENTRAL AND SOUTH TEXAS COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE EXPERTS. In 2001, our Founders launched a new kind of commercial real estate company dedicated to creating the greatest value for our clients. They combined the best practices, relationships and experience of the largest firms with the local knowledge and personal service of a regional boutique agency and opened REATA Real Estate. Today, we've become market leaders by following these original principles. We deliver superior service informed by unsurpassed local market intelligence and backed by years of experience to achieve your strategic goals. We've made our reputation through the success of our clients. And we've grown with them into a full-service company for retail, office, medical and industrial project leasing, tenant representation, property management, development, investments and land sales.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|Britton Homes T...||N/A||35||3%|
|Red Door Realty...||N/A||59||5%|
|Clayton Nash Re...||N/A||32||60%|
|Summit VA Solut...||N/A||32||33%|
|New Western Acq...||$133.6M||653||26%|
|Excel Title Gro...||N/A||68||8%|
REATA Real Estate News
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REATA Real Estate owns much of the property within the historic district and will invest more than $7 million into improvements on its own, said ...