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  • 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.

  • Phil Weber Leaves Fannie Mae

    Phil Weber has left his post as head of Fannie Mae’s multifamily division to become an executive vice president at Austin, Texas-based Forestar Group.

  • Grandbridge Amplifies Multifamily Debt Platform

    Grandbridge Real Estate Capital continues to expand its multifamily operations, both in terms of people and products.

  • Investors Get Ahead of REO Before It's Marketed

    One of the biggest opportunities facing investors is the ability to acquire distressed notes or REO before they are marketed.

  • People

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

  • Houston Count Grows

    Houston—Marvy Finger is about to change this city's skyline as the longtime developer nears completion on One Park Place, the city's first luxury high-rise apartment building in more than four decades.

  • Going Hip in Austin

    Austin, Texas— You can tell a lot about the new apartments at Greystar South Congress just by checking out the bike racks.

  • Texas-Size Growth

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

  • In the News

    Roofing nails puncture gas lines in Texas; hot countertops rattle kitchen and bath industry; dustup over drywall

  • Texas Apartments Begin Hurricane Recovery

    The day before Hurricane Ike blew through the Texas coast, the Houston Apartment Association (HAA) saw its Web site get more than 2,000 hits as property owners and renters sought safety tips and information.