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  • IMT Acquires 338 Units from Wood Partners in Denver

    Wood Partners sells a newly built community in Denver; a Beacon affiliate acquires 204 units in Amherst from an Equity Residential affiliate; and Capital One Bank closes on an $8.6 million Fannie Mae structured Adjustable Rate Mortgage.

    National 09 October 2014 18:12

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