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    By Caitlin Walter Caitlin Walter Energy efficiency matters to residential real estate stakeholders for any number of reasons. However, three reasons stand out. First, energy can be a significant contributor to the overall cost of housing, especially for low- and moderate-income households. Second, for housing providers, energy performance—or lack thereof—can influence a property’s

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  • Peak Campus’ Jennifer Hill Climbs Corporate Ladder

    Hill has been with the company since its inception, having served as senior vice president. In her new position, she will be responsible for all staff operations and oversee all legal matters.

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  • Phoenix Community Sells for $30M

    Berkadia represented the seller, a subsidiary of Evergreen Development Co., which sold the 152-unit property to Pure US Apartments REIT.

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  • Praxis Lands 1st Atlanta Asset

    The San Francisco-based company entered acquired the 198-unit Birch Run Apartments in Clarkston, Ga. The property will soon undergo a $3 million renovation process.

    23 August 2017 22:53
  • Economy Watch: Texas LEEDs in Residential Projects

    The Lone Star State has the most LEED-certified residential construction projects in the U.S., with more than half of them located in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area, according to a recent ABODO report analyzing USGBC data.

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  • Long-Awaited VA Housing Project Breaks Ground in MD

    First announced in 2011, the Perry Point development will bring 75 subsidized, newly renovated and newly constructed units for at-risk and formerly homeless veterans.

    18 May 2017 14:33
  • Rhodium Buys 462-Unit CT Portfolio

    The Bridgeport portfolio, acquired in partnership with Toronto-based Firm Capital, encompasses a 179-unit community and 13 other apartment buildings across Bridgeport.

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  • Luxury Community Underway in Fort Worth Historic Neighborhood

    Embrey Partners has broken ground on the Kelley, a 10-acre, 353-unit community on Samuels Avenue. The company will renovate a Victorian era home and relocate another one built in 1903.

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  • Changing the HVCRE Rules: What to Expect

    In a strict lending environment, the clarification of High Volatility Commercial Real Estate (HVCRE) regulation could help improve loan terms for investors and developers. However, the long-awaited changes, stipulated in a bill referred to the House Financial Services Committee, have little chance of being approved and implemented, Alston & Bird's Gregg Loubier told MHN.

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  • Austin’s Top 10 Largest Communities Under Development

    The city's booming economy and rapid population growth have led to a surge in housing demand in recent years. Here is a list of the biggest communities under construction in the area.

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