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  • How To Run A Lean Construction Business

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  • Walker & Dunlop Goes Public, Plans Growth in 2011

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  • Pop Quiz: Q&A With Freddie Mac's Mike May

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  • Private Sector Heats Up

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    THE PAST FEW YEARS haven't been great for apartment owners. Turns out corporate housing companies have had it just as bad.