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Paul Dominique | Colliers | Houston

Paul Dominique


License # TX -690346; LA-Brok.995704964-corp

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Professional Summary

Paul specializes in industrial representation for logistics companies, manufacturing and corporate users of space. He works with his clients to execute cost reduction strategies, multi-market transactions, site selection and build to suit projects, disposition of surplus property and overall portfolio management. Paul began working in the industrial and land services group at Colliers Houston 2017. Before joining Colliers, Paul began his real estate career in 2014 in Baton Rouge, LA, and has extensive knowledge of both Houston and Louisiana markets.

Paul has completed transactions spanning across an array of industries, including logistics, distribution, manufacturing and food/beverage. Paul has been involved in many different commercial real estate transactions and services throughout his career, including, sales, build-to-suits, investments, site selection, lease negotiation, lease restructure, and sale/leasebacks.


  • CCIM Houston/Gulf Coast Endowment Scholarship Recipient, 2018
  • SIOR Turner Heggemen Memorial Scholarship Recipient, 2015


  • Real Estate Sales Agent's License,  Texas
  • Real Estate Broker's License,  Louisiana
  • Louisiana State University

Memberships & Involvements

  • Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
  • CCIM Candidate


Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Capital Markets, Occupier Services

Property Type

Industrial, Land

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Featured Research

Jul 16, 2021

Q2 2021 | Houston Industrial Market Report

Strong leasing activity in Q2 mirrors a more optimistic outlook on the economy and overall recovery from the COVID crisis. Governor Abbot issued an Executive Order in March removing all COVID-related operating limits on businesses. In addition, President Biden issued a...
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Apr 22, 2021

Q1 2021 | Houston Industrial Market Report

Industrial demand has accelerated under and after COVID with e-commerce distribution and new supply chain requirements leading the way
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Mar 8, 2021

2020-2021 Houston Economic Outlook

Last January, we predicted steady growth for the Houston economy barring a “black swan” event and mentioned the “new Corona Virus in China” as an example. Little did we know that the virus would end up being the Godzilla of black swan events.
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Featured News

Jul 7, 2021

What is up with construction costs?

The recent surge in construction costs is a concern to anyone in the middle of or about to start a commercial or residential construction project. Increased construction activity and COVID-19 induced supply chain impacts have...
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Jun 2, 2021

Why you may not want to “hold out” for a possible higher sublease rent down the road.

In today’s market, subleases are a common strategy to relieve obligations for any type of space that is no longer used or needed. Unfortunately, in a down market, finding subtenants can be particularly challenging. Often, the focus for occupiers is on what the...
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