Canada-based real estate software firm transfers its U.S. headquarters

Canada-based real estate software firm transfers its U.S. headquarters

Canada-based real estate software firm transfers its U.S. headquarters A leading Canada-based real estate software and technology corporation is moving its U.S. headquarters to Dallas to ensure a wider reach, the firm announced.

Based in Toronto and serving over 10,000 real estate firms and entities across North America, Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies said that its former headquarters in Las Vegas will remain in operation. The centre of the company’s U.S. operations will be relocating to a 25,000-square-foot office space in the 717 Harwood tower in downtown Dallas.

“This building can accommodate the future growth potential for the company which anticipates potentially leasing up to 100,000 square feet over time,” according to the company’s filings with the city’s Economic Development Committee, as quoted by Dallas News.

“Also, the downtown location offers a favorable ability to attract technology workers in specialties of information technology, software engineering and systems architecture, along with other related fields.”

The firm added that a further 150 jobs will be made available in the new headquarters.

“We are recruiting pretty heavily down in Dallas,” Lone Wolf’s vice president for marketing Kate Annis said. “It’s a great place for technology and we are excited to be down there.”

“Expansion in the U.S. is our focus over the next few years.”