Nora Hogan, CCIM, SIOR, Principal of Transwestern, specializes in real estate transaction and consulting needs for national and local corporate clients, including acquisition and disposition, build-to-suit coordination, and other facility management assignments. Since 1984, Nora has successfully completed over 22 million square feet in transactions for her clients in several major and secondary markets across the United States and has been recognized repeatedly as one of the top 30 brokers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
Clients such as Lennox Industries Inc, Highland Capital Management, LP, Heritage Galleries, Homestyle Dining and Wells Fargo and Company have received detailed and responsive real estate consultations from Nora. She is known for providing strategic real estate consulting services that are process-driven. Her goal is to empower her clients to make better real estate decisions, enhance asset value, decrease occupancy costs, maximize profits and increase shareholder value.
During her career, Nora has handled over 100 disposition assignments representing millions of dollars in cost saving to her clients. Her clients include Moll Industries, iStar Financial and Home Interiors & Gifts. She thoroughly understands the sublease transaction and the importance of expedient disposition of space, and provides indispensable service to her clients.
Nora has received the following honors:
- Outstanding Real Estate Broker – Dallas CEO
- Dallas Business Women of the Year – Dallas Business Journal
- 35 Women of Influence – Real Estate Forum
- Heaver Hitters in Real Estate – Dallas Business Journal (numerous times)
- Chairman’s Club – CBRE
- Chairman’s Club – Transwestern
- Repeatedly in the Top 10 Producers - Transwestern
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION / RECOGNITION
Nora is among an elite corps of 8,600 professionals who have the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation worldwide. She is chairman of the SIOR Tenant Representation Specialty Practice Board, a member and on the board of the North Texas Association of REALTORS, and serves on the Black’s Guide Advisory Board. Nora believes in giving back to the community and has held leadership positions at Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center and the Preston Center Rotary Club. Nora and her husband Bob, a sculptor, reside in Dallas and are active in the Dallas arts community for emerging artists.
Nora, a graduate of Texas Christian University, has a bachelor’s of business administration degree.