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  • Phoenix Fights Foreclosures

    PHOENIX—As foreclosures spread like a plague, this city stands as one of the hot zones.

  • In the News

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  • Shadow Walk, Mesa, Ariz.

    CHALLENGE: Creating An “Oasis”—An Outdoor Civic Space for Gathering or Hosting Events—While Meeting the Demands of the Region'S Extreme Climate Range

  • Thompson to Forecast at AFTC

    Linwood Thompson, managing director of Marcus & Millichap, will present a wide-ranging forecast of the apartment market at the Apartment Finance Today Conference, held March 30 to April 1 at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.

  • Cisneros to Keynote AFTC

    Henry G. Cisneros, former secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development and executive chairman of CityView, will keynote the Apartment Finance Today Conference, March 30–April 1 at the Arizona Biltmore in Phoenix.

  • Boston Capital Asset Management Picked to Work with Arizona DOH

    Boston Capital Asset Management (BCAM) has been selected to provide asset management services to the Arizona Department of Housing

  • Cisneros to Battered Industry: Demographics Are On Your Side

    Despite the evaporation of $6 trillion in asset-based wealth (read: home values), there will still be a great need for housing—and, specifically, multifamily and affordable housing—in the future, emphasized former HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros during a keynote address at the Apartment Finance Today...

  • Retaining Residents is the Key to Pushing NOI

    Keeping projects in top shape and retaining residents were common themes at the Apartment Finance Today Conference in Phoenix, Ariz., last week.

  • Apartment Finance Today Conference Sets the Stage for 2009

    Multifamily movers and shakers gathered in Phoenix, Ariz., last week to kick off the three-day Apartment Finance Today Conference.

  • While the Iron Is Cold

    First, the bad news: Developers will find it more difficult to pencil new deals.