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More stories about Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington, TX

  • Distressed Asset Prodigy: Hard Work, Homework, and Relationships

    Two years ago, Carlos Vaz arrived in Dallas with no local contacts and less than $100,000 to start his multifamily investment business.

  • Guilty Verdicts in Dallas Corruption Trial

    Former Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Don Hill and several others were found guilty this week in a high-profile corruption case involving developers building low-income housing tax credit properties.

  • Texas-Size Growth

    Dallas— The large number of apartments under construction shows the confidence developers have in this market.

  • People

    Ann Lott has resigned as president and CEO of the Dallas Housing Authority. Lott had held the top post since September 2000.

  • Master of Disaster

    In the July/August issue Morgan McMillan, a senior broker with insurance firm McGriff, Seibels & Williams, based in Dallas, talked with APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY about recent catastrophic flooding and storms across the country and how apartment owners can protect their properties.

  • MIDWEST

    Indianapolis —Locally based Ardizzone Enterprises, Inc., has agreed to pay $80.2 million for a portfolio of five apartment properties here from Apartment Investment and Management Co. (Aimco).

  • In The Zone

    Morgan McMillan, a senior broker with insurance firm McGriff, Seibels & Williams, based in Dallas, talks with APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY about recent catastrophic flooding and storms across the country and how apartment owners can protect their properties.

  • In The Zone

    Morgan McMillan, a senior broker with insurance firm McGriff, Seibels & Williams, based in Dallas, talks with APARTMENT FINANCE TODAY about recent catastrophic flooding and storms across the country and how apartment owners can protect their properties.

  • UPFRONT: PEOPLE

    Jay Porterfield has been appointed director of Arbor Commercial Mortgage’s Dallas office.

  • Housing Scandal Rocks Dallas

    DALLAS — Sixteen people have been charged in an extensive bribery and extortion scheme involving affordable housing in Dallas.