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    Powerful metrics and a promising future have Huntsville, Ala., shooting for the stars.

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    The race was on. Midwest Real Estate Services rehabbed a massive six-project, 767-unit portfolio of low-income rental units in Ohio with lightning speed—at the rate of eight units a week. Do the math. flat equals a whopping 40 units a week.

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    As the credit crunch continues to toss the real estate market around like a toy sailboat, ever-bullish Houston remains one of the most desirable ports in the storm. Not only does the market follow a compelling model for urban greatness—approaching its future from the mindset of providing a...

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    Q&A With David Neale, President, The CORE Cos.

  • Amenities: The Hit List

    If your properties still feature business centers and movie theaters, then read on. Why? Those amenities are so 2007. We'll help you head into the new year knowing exactly what your residents want—and just as importantly, what they don't want.