A few months back, we posted an article on the migration of tech companies into Austin.  Since that time, our Austin team has continued to see tremendous growth and expansion throughout the greater Austin market, including both tech and non-tech companies.  Recently, Austin grabbed the top spot on the Bloomberg list for fastest growing cities

New San Antonio Office Coming Soon

Monday, 29 April 2013 by

iCORE Global is expanding again! This time we’re opening up a new office in San Antonio, TX and are looking to add to our team of professionals Current Opportunities: We’re currently recruiting CRE professionals in every discipline. Why Join iCORE? – Tired of giving away more than half of your commission to the house? –

We know that there have been more announcements than usual this week about iCORE, however we’re growing fast and want to make sure that everyone has an opportunity to join in! iCORE Global is expanding again! This time we’re opening up a trio of offices in North Carolina including: Raleigh, NC Greensboro, NC Charlotte, NC

New Orlando Office Coming Soon

Wednesday, 10 April 2013 by

iCORE Global is expanding again! We’re opening up a new office in Orlando, FL and are looking to add to our team of professionals Current Opportunities: We’re currently recruiting CRE professionals of every level, new, mid-range and the most experienced brokers who want a more successful career. Why Join iCORE? – Tired of giving away

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San Jose, CA and Austin, TX –iCORE Global, a leading full service commercial real estate provider and one of the largest global consortium of local experts, is pleased to announce that it is expanding national coverage with the addition of an office in Austin, TX. Buls Hodge Consulting has joined forces with iCORE to open

If you live or work in Silicon Valley, chances are you’ve seen or heard one of the many pro-Texas ads touting the monetary and lifestyle benefits of relocating to Austin.  As part of Governor Rick Perry’s campaign to lure companies to Texas, these targeted radio and web ads attack the traditional start-up culture of Silicon Valley, claiming that creating

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