El Paso Commercial Real Estate

Serving the real estate markets in El Paso, Cd. Juarez and the Rio Grande Valley

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  • 06 May 14

    BRP to build third manufacturing plant in Mexico

    BRP Inc., the former recreational products division of Bombardier Inc. that makes Ski-Doos and off-road vehicles, says it will invest $55-million to build a third manufacturing plant in Mexico that will lead to the introduction of a new product line.

    Chief executive Jose Boisjoli said the investment will allow BRP to continue to make inroads with its Can-Am all-terrain and side-by-side vehicles in the fast-growing off-road industry.

    Read article: BRP to build 3rd manufacturing plant
  • 14 Apr 14

    Mexico's maquila boom extends across the border

    SANTA TERESA — Mexico’s maquila industry has become a raging bull that’s busting up the competition in China and other Asian nations for the first time in decades.

    Rapidly rising costs to produce and ship goods from Asia, especially heavy industrial items such as cars and home appliances, are encouraging the world’s major producers to ditch overseas manufacturing and instead set up operations in Mexico, where proximity to U.S. markets helps to lower costs and increase operating efficiencies.

    Read article: Mexico's maquila boom
  • 01 Jan 14

    20 years after NAFTA, Mexico has transformed

    “Mexico has a world-class manufacturing sector, and NAFTA has certainly helped bring this industry up to the highest global standards,” said Pia Orrenius, an economist and migration specialist at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. “Would this have happened without NAFTA? Maybe, but it probably would have taken longer. … Overall, I think Mexicans see a brighter future for their nation than they did 20 years ago.”

    Read article: 20 years after NAFTA
  • 24 Jan 14

    Ten 2014 Growth Trends for U.S. CRE: Stronger U.S. Fundamentals, Key Mega-Trends Powering 2014
    "Economic momentum will prompt continued improvements in property market fundamentals, increase capital availability and fuel property transactions in 2014. In addition, watch for investor movement toward secondary markets in search for yield as well as the impact of mega-trends such as e-commerce and alternative workplace strategies to continue to shape the real estate landscape."
                                                                               Randy Anderson, Ph.D.
                                                                               Head of Americas Research

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  • 26 Dec 13

    TPI Composites reopens Mexico wind blade factory

    “TPI is very pleased to be reopening our Mexico operation to continue to drive down the cost of wind energy and to gain market share in the U.S. and Mexico,” says Steve Lockard, president and CEO of TPI Composites.  “It will allow us to grow our business with current customers and to support new customers in the region.”

    Read article: TPI Composites reopens factory
  • 31 Dec 13

    Trading Places - Turkey and Mexico are moving in opposite directions.

    President Enrique Pena Nieto managed to close 2013 with a bang, passing major reforms, some of which were never before deemed possible. After a year in power, Pena Nieto managed to turn his country's image around, raising the hopes of outside investors and pushing major manufacturers to open more and more factories in his country
    rather than in China.

    Read article: Trading Places

Office description

Formed in late 2010, the El Paso office of CBRE provides local market access to CBRE’s full range of commercial real estate services both in El Paso, Texas and Cd. Juarez, Mexico. Our office focuses primarily on serving local and multinational companies doing business in the border region with the acquisition, disposition and lease of industrial property.
 
With a simple value proposition of providing innovative real estate solutions that put our clients' interests first, we strive to nurture excellent community/business relationships and maintain the most reliable information available in the market. These operating principles allow us to serve the diverse needs of property owners, investors and tenants — helping them to achieve their objectives of acquisition, disposition, expansion, and consolidation through excellence, teamwork and experience.