Media Coverage

Signs of DFW Growth in Post-COVID Recovery

Globe St.
1/18/2021

Recruiters at RETS Associates recently opened a new office in Dallas to prepare for upcoming CRE hiring demand in that market, and Jana Turner of RETS discusses where she sees CRE hiring heading in that metro. By:  Lisa Brown   |    January 14, 2021 DALLAS—With a post-pandemic landscape on the horizon, commercial real estate hiring […]

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California Real Estate Recruitment Firm to Open Texas Office

CoStar News
1/6/2021

A national real estate executive recruitment firm has expanded its presence to Texas with plans to open a Dallas office to oversee services and growth as its clients expand throughout the Lone Star State. By Candace Carlisle CoStar News | January 5, 2021 | 10:41 A.M. The new office for Rets Associates, a Newport Beach, California-based […]

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Executive Search Firm RETS Associates Opens Dallas Office


12/10/2020

DALLAS — RETS Associates, a California-based company that specializes in matching real estate companies with qualified talent, has opened a new office in Dallas. The firm has tapped Chase Fryhover as director of the new office, which is located at 5420 Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway in the Galleria area. Fryhover will focus on recruiting for […]

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Virtual: The New Career Reality

National Apartment Association
12/3/2020

Apartment industry career development adapts and moves on amid the pandemic. November 23, 2020 By Scott Sowers, Freelance Writer Needing to attract, train and retain the professionals who keep the multifamily housing industry in business is as important as ever in this rapidly changing world. As the unemployment rate slowly slides back toward normal, virtual […]

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Upside Down: In 2020, talent and property management took an unexpected turn.

Journal of Property Management
11/24/2020

Like so many things in 2020, what companies focused on in talent management in the early part of the year went topsy-turvy with the pandemic. As we rang in the new year, most sectors were fighting to attract good employees in the midst of a job seeker’s market. The unemployment rate in the U.S. had […]

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