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  • HTG Opens 96-Unit Affordable FL Community

    The developer invested $18.5 million in Freedom Gardens, a four-building project in the Central Florida city of Brooksville. HTG currently has four affordable communities under construction in the state.

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  • Hunt Mortgage Facilitates Acquisition Loan for VA Property

    The company worked on behalf of Thalhimer Stratford to secure financing for the purchase of Stratford at Williamsburg, a 156-unit apartment community in Williamsburg, Va.

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  • What Do Millennials Want?

    They’re the largest renter population, so it’s important to appeal to this age group. This month, MHN and Kingsley Associates explore what these residents think of their communities.

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  • Kiser Group Promotes John Meyer to Senior Director

    He has been with Kiser Group for more than eight years, having joined the company as managing director. His responsibilities cover the apartment middle market in the Chicago area.

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  • Supply Influx Moderates Austin Gains

    The Texas capital’s economy is strong and its population is booming, but a high volume of new supply is keeping the lid on rent growth. As of May, rents in the metro were flat compared to a 1.5 percent year-over-year national uptick.

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  • Jared Miller on Culture as the Ultimate Business Fuel

    No stranger to a how culture can optimize performance during his career with companies such as Lane, RedPeak, Bainbridge and currently Homestead Development Partners, the executive explains how culture can make an organization run smoothly and efficiently

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