El Paso, TX

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A Sneak Peek at 2014's Biggest General Contractors

Here’s an early look at the multifamily general contractors with the most units in their pipeline for 2014. More

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Niche Assets Climb the Rankings of 2014's Top 50 Owners

Low-income, student housing, and military holdings are helping some companies make their mark on this year’s owners list. More

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Bigger is Better For This Year's Top 50 Managers

The largest companies are at the top, and growing, for a reason: In the dog-eat-dog third-party ­management space, bigger is often better. More

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Hunt Completes Centerline Acquisition

The deal brings together the No. 2 and No. 3 largest apartment owners in the country. More

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Military, Mayhem Fuel El Paso’s Starts

In his recent webinar, Mark Humphreys, CEO of Dallas-based Humphreys and Partners Architects, talked about a demand explosion in El Paso, Texas, fueled by a couple of demographic factors unique to that border. In fact, Humphreys himself is working on two deals in the town. More

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The Hunt Cos. Redeploy Military Construction Proceeds to become Full Service Multifamily Real Estate Firm The Hunt Cos. Redeploy Military Construction Proceeds to become Full Service Multifamily Real Estate Firm

After a decade long run as a preimminent miltary housing builder, the Hunt Cos. reinvest hundreds of millions in profits to become a full service multifamily real esate firm. More

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Hottest Multifamily Markets for 2011 Hottest Multifamily Markets for 2011

These markets are likely to see the biggest increases in multifamily construction in 2011, based on 2010 permit data. More

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Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011 Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011

The BUILDER Market Health Index points to much better prospects for 2011. More

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Long-Awaited Bliss

The multifamily market is expected to heat up in this sun-soaked city. But like new charcoal, it may take a while to catch fire. More

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It's All In the Name

El Paso, Texas—Some of the residents at the San Marcos Apartments, a 468-unit apartment property here, working in the United but have another Mexico. More

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