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  • One-Voter Referendums Give Texas Developers Taxation Power

    When you develop empty land, sometimes you can end up with a lot of clout.

  • Are Lawyers Crushing The Condo Market In Denver?

    Big builders and developers are bowing out of the condo business in Denver, Colorado. Is it because of the out-of-control construction defect lawsuits?

  • Multifamily Developers Make Moves to Round Out Their Business Models

    Throughout the recession, many multifamily builders diversified to survive, positioning themselves for long-term stability.

  • Digging for Dollars

    Developers are, inherently, eternally optimistic.

  • Timing the Materials Market

    As the price of materials such as lumber and concrete continue to fall, many developers are employing an "as-needed" approach to purchasing at the end of the second quarter.

  • Recession Lessons

    The Great Recession has claimed among its victims some of the industry's largest owners and developers.

  • Working Our Way Out

    THE GREAT RECESSION arrived quickly and dramatically, but the climb out is happening at a much slower, more modest speed.

  • Developers Diversify to Stay Recession-Proof

    Some developers are surviving, and even thriving, in today's market by re-engineering thier business plans and turning thier focus to recession-resistant sectors such as the receivership business, student housing, and historic renovations. The overriding trend is to diversify.

  • Finding and Navigating Construction Capital

    Access to construction capital is starting to loosen up, but the process of structuring a construction loan and putting together a feasible capital stack has become trickier, according to panelists at AHF Live: The 2010 Affordable Housing Developers Summ

  • Developers Diversify to Stay Recession-Proof

    The Great Recession has already claimed some of the industry’s largest owners and developers—Fairfield Residential, Bethany Group, Lembi, Babcock and Brown, Opus Corp.