Coronavirus Updates

The Real Estate Council is closely monitoring news and updates about the ongoing COVID-19/coronavirus pandemic, as the health, safety, and well-being of our members remains our greatest priority. In the days, weeks, and months ahead, TREC will monitor local, state, and federal responses to the pandemic and how they impact the commercial real estate industry.

If you have a resource you’d like for us to share, please contact Bill San Antonio.

We encourage all who visit our offices to follow safe practices such as social distancing and/or masking as we work to provide a safe workplace for our members and employees. Please contact your TREC staff liaison for more information.

Returning to Work: What You Need to Know

Additional Commercial Real Estate Industry Resources

How You Can Help

  • There are several ways to support The Real Estate Council Foundation’s neighborhood revitalization work in the Forest District as part of the Dallas Catalyst Project. Learn more and donate here.
  • One of the simplest ways you can contribute is by shopping with Amazon Smile and selecting TREC Foundation or TREC Community Fund as your organization of choice to donate .5 percent of your purchase of select items. 
  • You can also directly support our Dallas Catalyst Project partners:
  • DISD is seeking volunteers to help distribute packaged meals to students and their families. Register here.
  • Dallas Morning News Charities has launched a fundraising campaign to support organizations that aid the hungry and homeless here in North Texas. Learn more about the initiative here and donate here.
  • The Communities Foundation of North Texas is accepting donations that will support organizations working with communities most affected by COVID-19/coronavirus. Learn more here.
  • The North Texas Food Bank is creating 60,000 family meal boxes each week, employing workers who have lost income as a result of the pandemic, and partnering with other organizations and the City of Dallas. Learn More here.
  • You can donate to the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas coronavirus Response and Relief Fund, which will address the immediate and urgent needs of North Texas residents, here.