HALBERDIER Q-TECCA = QUALITY (Q) in TEAM (T) EXCELLENCE (E), COMMUNICATION( C), CONTROL (C) & ASSURANCE (A)

HALBERDIER’S FANATICAL DISCIPLINE in QUALITY OUTPUTS maximizing integrated REAL ESTATE SOLUTIONS is unmatched and best described as:   Q-TECCA = QUALITY (Q) in TEAM (T) EXCELLENCE (E), COMMUNICATION (C), CONTROL (C) & ASSURANCE (A)   HALBERDIER Real Estate and related HALBERDIER Companies believe in CORE VALUES, GRIT, COMMITMENT AND INTEGRATED QUALITY outputs across all product and service lines. Great companies require amazing team members who care more and ask better questions.  To achieve a proactive strategic approach to all real estate projects, internal and external measures are fanatically expected, observed and tracked to ensure the client, investor and user experience is first class and exceptional.   As Founder Trey Halberdier states, “We are overly keen on our hungry, humble and smart evaluative judgment and overall processes when approaching any project assignment.  We created and deploy Q-TECCA for optimal quality control, excellence and assurances thru over communication and team collaboration of our responses to the market and high expectations of our clients and investors.”   HALBERDIER simply cares as much about the little things- as the little things are big things and this permeates thru The H Real Estate culture. The H Team tracks their Q-TECCA outputs via weekly meetings and pulse checks on urgent important tasks, noticing, awareness and open door mini huddles. Accountability and responsibility on specific tasks are outlined, and called upon weekly to ensure Q-TECCA for the project, people and mission.   Q-TECCA has resulted in the following for HALBERDIER clients and investors: reducing occupancy costs up to 25% for our corporate clients maximizing yield for our owner and seller clients and partners via proprietary analyses...
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HALBERDIER Real Estate LLC, Escape with the money!!!

The Woodlands, TX., Jul. 26. – A most daring robbery was committed late yesterday evening by the famous HALBERDIER Real Estate gang. They stormed the bank, and like a well-oiled machine, quickly used the skills and knowledge to gain access to the back room before blowing open the safe. They made off with the money with six minutes and thirty seconds to spare before the sheriff showed up. The team at HALBERDIER enjoyed the fantastic team building night out at Escape the Room, The Woodlands.  After a quick start the team started to panic slightly as the timer ticked down, but they regained their composure to finish strong in under the hour mark.  Neil Oversby of HALBERDIER said, “There was more laughter than shouting...
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The Woodlands Hills – HALBERDIER Real Estate

The Howard Hughes Corporation® and its wholly-owned subsidiary, The Woodlands® Development Company, are proud to announce today the development of The Woodlands Hills, a new 2,000-acre master planned community located in Conroe and Willis, 13 miles north of The Woodlands. In keeping with tradition, The Woodlands Hills embraces the natural heritage of The Woodlands and the connectivity of nearby Bridgeland®, the award-winning Texas developments that help comprise The Howard Hughes Corporation’s preeminent portfolio of master planned communities around the country. The Woodlands Hills is located on FM 830 on the west side of I-45, with property boundary extending north to FM 1097 and south to League Line Road. Providing easy access to I-45, the Grand Parkway and the Hardy Toll Road, The Woodlands Hills is in close proximity to Lake Conroe and is south of the Sam Houston National Forest and will feature both residential and retail development. “We are pleased to introduce The Woodlands Hills as our newest master planned community. Located in close proximity to The Woodlands, The Woodlands Hills will feature gently rolling terrain for its natural amenities and acres of green space, as well as for its convenience to The Woodlands,” said Tim Welbes, Co-President of The Woodlands Development Company. “We plan to develop The Woodlands Hills with the same high standards and commitment to environmental preservation that have continued to make The Woodlands and Bridgeland two of the best-selling communities in the nation, with a wide variety of housing options and extensive outdoor recreation.” Plans call for more than 4,500 residences with the first single-family homes expected to open in the first quarter of 2018. The...
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Retail vacancy rate declined, rents increased in Q2, report says -HALBERDIER Real Estate

Commercial and multifamily market activity downshifted at the start of this year, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association. “Markets continue to move forward, but the rapid increases in property values, transaction volumes and other fundamentals that characterized the post-recession period have given way to more regular changes tied to the economy as well as changes in supply and demand,” according to the association’s quarterly DataBook report. Commercial real estate fundamentals generally improved during the first quarter, with most vacancy rates trending down and rents trending up, the report says. Retail vacancy rates fell to 9.8 percent, from 9.9 percent a year earlier, and average rents rose by 1.6 percent year over year. New construction activity continued at a strong clip, much of it in the multifamily sector, says the report. Commercial and multifamily property sales activity began the year slowly, with first-quarter sales of major property types down by 19 percent relative to the comparable quarter a year ago. Property price growth has slowed, with different indices providing different results. The National Council of Real Estate Investment Fiduciaries property price index started this year with a slight decline, falling by 1.7 percent in the first three months, while the Moody’s/RCA commercial property price index increased by 0.7 percent. The Green Street Advisors CPPI, which tracks values among properties owned by REITs, fell by 0.4 percent during the period. Retail property capitalization rates were at 6.6 percent in the first quarter, versus 5.4 percent for apartments and 7 percent for industrial properties, the DataBook reports. And investors put about the same amount into commercial properties in the first quarter of 2017 as they did...
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HALBERDIER Real Estate and The Patriots- Winning Leadership

HALBERDIER Real Estate, Leadership, and Winning Ways learned in Sports The Patriots’ Bill Belichick Inspires His Team By Calling Them This Published on February 3, 2017 Leadership Professor, Executive Strategist, and Christian Pastor And other leadership lessons from Super Bowl LI When the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons face off in Super Bowl LI on Sunday, we will be witnessing far more than just the football essentials of passing, catching, running, kicking, blocking, and tackling. Whether fans recognize it or not, the championship game will put some of the finest in leadership and organizational culture on display and to the test, led by two exceptional coaches whose examples can teach a lot to leaders everywhere. Dan Quinn, head coach of the Falcons, and Bill Belichick, head coach and de facto general manager of the Patriots, are both known for their distinctive approaches to leadership on the sidelines and, perhaps more importantly, off the field. For leaders wanting insights into how to improve their organizations, this year’s Super Bowl coaches offer three powerful lessons. Create a sense of ownership A story often told about Belichick is that he refers to every member of the Patriots organization as a “shareholder.” Not the players alone, but every member, from front office to coaching staff. And being a shareholder, Belichick has said, translates into having “an opportunity to show positive leadership or negative leadership.” In other words, values don’t belong to the organization; they are the property of each individual and are held collectively. The business corollary here is “organizational identification”—meaning how readily people identify with their organizations. As research shows, when organizational identification...
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HALBERDIER Real Estate Growing – “No I in TEAM”

THE HALBERDIER Companies are GROWING!!  It’s a great time of year for growth, planning and vision casting.  The  Super Bowl is here in Houston, the weather is nice and cool, and we are building our winning TEAM. Please connect with our winning brand, culture and pipeline.  We believe in a connected team of servant leadership- and are actively seeking new clients, investors and projects in all your commercial real estate needs.  There is “no I in...
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2016 Year End HALBERDIER CRE Insights

Friends: Another year…. another period of growth, learning, and thriving.   We trust you learned as much as we did in the year of 2016.  As one of our brilliant mentors suggests, we must have a deliberate Product, People, Market and Financial Plan. Our HALBERDIER Holdings brand, culture and pipeline looks forward to 2017 – for many reasons, but one mainly being the Market Plan.  I was fortunate to serve as panel moderator at the most recent BISNOW State of Oil and Gas Summit – specifically the Investment & Development Panel.  We participated in the GOOD NEWS of what Houston and Texas has coming to us in the decade ahead.  Enjoy the keynote speaker John Goff’s notes in link here – https://www.bisnow.com/houston/news/economy/one-on-one-with-john-goff-69009 Mr. Goff and other industry leaders are bullish on Texas, the Trump factor, Oil and Gas, our sprawling Medical Center (and suburban flock of same), overall net migration and job growth to the area.  As a contrarian investor and developer, we feel the time is right and the time is now!  Yes, interest rates are on the rise, and real estate prices are not getting cheaper for Houstonians.  If you hedge inflation, it might be wise to own tangible assets like real estate. Empirical creativity and fanatical discipline will win the day- or year ahead, for the opportunistic funds, investors and developers.  We continue to see medical, retail and education as the industry leaders, with industrial, multifamily and office in that order of overall health.  HALBERDIER remains steadfast on MIXED USE projects – to allow the market to guide us into highest and best uses.  “Good entry prices on...
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HALBERDIER Holdings’ Enterprise Expansion

HALBERDIER Holdings has been priming up for major success past few years.   Despite an oil and gas downturn in Houston TX, The H Real Estate is thinking and acting globally. Thanks to a robust medical and retail sector in commercial real estate propping up user demand, HALBERDIER’s prime land positions all around The Woodlands TX are hedged for about any market situation.  “The beauty of having exceptional land positions in a mixed use plan, allows our firm to pivot and be fluid as the market allows us to be“, says CEO Trey Halberdier. “We are especially focused on the retail, medical and research sectors.”  HALBERDIER has always been keen on market intelligence as it relates to emerging trends, macro economics, local supply and demand factors, contrarian investing and operating with empirical creativity when it comes to investing millions in any one property.   When other CRE enterprises stood on the sidelines, The H team was engaged in full contact blocking and tackling. The H game plan has now entered the front lines of rapid expansion of its portfolio footprint, it’s team, and venture capital execution while taking the assets vertical in every sense.   “In a time when lenders and other capital partners seem skittish, we have been fortunate to align with some of the top family offices and VC partners to execute our positions”, Halberdier notes.  “We are vigilant and diligent in our underwriting, sourcing and user procurement- and overall optimistic of what the Houston market is telling us despite the O&G headlines- we look at our pipeline in terms of 2 to 10 year horizons”. The commercial real estate development business takes some important variables into account-...
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Chinks Begin to Appear in The Woodlands Armor

For The Woodlands, anything but rapid growth feels like a tough market. Although growth in the submarket is tapping the brakes, experts at Bisnow’s fifth annual Future of The Woodlands event yesterday say it shows no signs of stopping.     The Woodlands Area Economic Partnership CEO Gil Staley described major employment and business expansion in The Woodlands as “very lonely.” Other than ExxonMobil job growth, only 278 jobs have been created in 2016 so far. Class-A office vacancy is at 10%. Distance hasn’t separated The Woodlands from feeling the pains of Houston. Just like every other submarket, sublease space is spiking. During the downturn, Halberdier Real Estate founder Trey Halberdier is taking a note out of acclaimed entrepreneur Seth Godin’s book. With the state of The Woodlands market, there’s not much opportunity in what he refers to as the “box” of The Woodlands. That’s why Halberdier Real Estate is investing in the edges around The Woodlands. Halberdier is positioning itself to be on the acquisition side of investment sales in the area. Trey says now it’s just a question of whether his top-notch team can execute to the best of its abilities. To that end, Halberdier Real Estate has brought on five new interns to help seize every opportunity. Pictured: nearly 400 professionals packed Three Hughes Landing yesterday. Coventry Development Corp EVP Keith Simon (above, fourth from left) pointed to the importance of roads to the continued development of the area. The Grand Parkway has been a significant boon for development in the area, but more work needs to be done. One major project Keith pointed to was the direct connectors at...
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For Halberdier, Opportunity in The Woodlands is on the Edge

Trey Halberdier believes opportunity isn’t inside the box, or outside the box, but on the edges of the box. That’s where growth happens, especially when that edge surrounds The Woodlands. Don’t miss your chance to hear Trey share his expertise at Bisnow’s Future of The Woodlands event. If you visualize The Woodlands as a box, Trey’s Halberdier Real Estate is making moves at every corner. Under Trey’s guidance, Halberdier has crafted a strategy to deploy capital on unrestricted sites not zoned by The Woodlands. The biggest part of that strategy is in the southeast corner, across from Exxon, at The Grand Crossings At Hardy North. The asset is 5 acres off Hardy frontage just 200 yards from I-45 in what’s become known as “the golden triangle” area between I-45, Hardy and The Grand Parkway. The site is currently undergoing an ambitious recapitalization, adding 288k SF of Class-A office space. Halberdier’s also planning 60 acres for mixed used at Hardy and Grand Parkway. Further west, the Toll Brothers community NorthGrove encompasses about 600 acres and will be a community of just under 900 homes at final completion. trey is working on a 30-acre mixed use retail and medical development to serve the area. Trey’s had major interest from specialty grocery stores, charter schools, and professional retail looking to open up on Toll Brothers’ doorstep. To the north, there’s “The Park at Fish Creek,” a 30k SF medical/retail development near the new Johnson Development, Woodforest, which currently has almost no retail space serving it. Located between The Woodlands and Lake conroe, the 3,000-acre community has parks, trails, pools and a multitude of opportunities to complement the 5,500 new single family homes it plans to have. the community also features...
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