Regency at Stonebridge Ranch

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  • MIG Real Estate Closes on Ninth Multifamily Asset in Texas

    Newport Beach, California-based MIG Real Estate recently closed on its ninth multifamily investment in Texas. The firm acquired Regency at Stonebridge Ranch, a 301-unit townhome apartment community in McKinney, Texas.

    Dallas 23 April 2015 18:56
  • What Does $250M Get You in Colorado?

    Bell Partners buys one of Colorado's largest apartment communities; MIG Real Estate grabs a 301-unit townhome asset in North Dallas; and Hunt Mortgage Group finances the acquisition of properties via Fannie Mae.

    National 21 April 2015 18:05

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