Christy Freeland To Retire as Chairman of Riverstone Residential Group

Dallas–Freeland was one of the founders of Riverstone in 2006.

Enterprise Names Robert Grossinger Vice President, National Foreclosure Response

Columbia, Md.– Robert Grossinger will join Enterprise Community Partners, Inc as vice president for national foreclosure response. Grossinger joins the company from Bank of America, where he was senior vice president in the corporate social responsibility group overseeing the bank’s neighborhood stabilization efforts, including its Real Estate Owned sales to Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) recipients. As vice president for national foreclosure response, Grossinger will work with a broad set of partners to provide thought leadership on an appropriate response to the foreclosure crisis as well as identify opportunities for earlier intervention prior to foreclosure. He will oversee the implementation of…

GUEST COLUMN: Automated Recoveries Key for Efficient, Effective Lease Administration

Technology has evolved to allow for integrated, automated expense recovery systems.

Fannie, Freddie Booted Off New York Stock Exchange

Washington, D.C.–As of early July, mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will no longer trade on the NYSE.

CEO of Campus Apartments Receives Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year Award

Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur Of The Year has expanded to recognize business leaders in over 135 cities in 50 countries.

MHN Interview with Solvere Group: Setting Right Price-Point Is Key to Selling Product

San Diego–Monce and Mann talk to MHN about using advanced analytics to set price-points

LEED AP for Neighborhood Development Introduced

Washington, D.C.–The LEED AP ND exam measures knowledge of the LEED for Neighborhood Development Rating System.

HUD Puts Grant Money Behind New LEED Standard

Washington, D.C.–The goal of LEED-ND is to help reduce sprawl, decrease automobile dependence, encourage healthy living and protect threatened species.

Berkadia Commercial Mortgage’s Mike Bryant to Serve on Freddie Mac Advisory Council

Dallas–Senior vice president/branch manager Mike Bryant of Berkadia Commercial Mortgage’s Dallas office, has joined the Freddie Mac Program Plus Advisory Council for a two-year term. The advisory council members work as advisors to Freddie Mac on market issues, programs and process issues. Bryant has 30 years of real estate experience and has originated more than $1 billion in commercial real estate loans over the past six years. A specialist in multifamily real estate finance, Bryant is a top originator of loans through Berkadia’s Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae programs. “With his extensive multifamily finance experience, Bryant will be a great…

Economic Recovery Is Taking Strong Roots in Inner Cities

James Brooks talks about what the Inner City 100 recognition means to the company and why he thinks cities are powerful economic engines.