Bob Faith

Greystar CEO Bob Faith Predicts the Future of the Current Cycle
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Greystar CEO Bob Faith Predicts the Future of the Current Cycle

Veteran owner–operator shares strategies, offers market insight. More

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Greystar Pioneering with American Style Multifamily Housing Greystar Pioneering with American Style Multifamily Housing

Bob Faith, CEO, Greystar explains Greystars journey into purpose built apartments and how they are a critical factor worldwide. More

Getting to Know Bob Faith, Our 2016 Executive of the Year
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Getting to Know Bob Faith, Our 2016 Executive of the Year

The CEO of Greystar shows his personal side. More

Bob Faith Leads Greystar's Ambitious Expansion
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Bob Faith Leads Greystar's Ambitious Expansion

Greystar's ambitious and bold expansion is a reflection of its CEO's steady but... More

NMHC 50: Managers Follow the Opportunity
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NMHC 50: Managers Follow the Opportunity

Heavy transaction volume created an abundance of new business opportunities for... More

Exclusive: Greystar Sells 32-Property Portfolio to Blackstone for $2 Billion
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Exclusive: Greystar Sells 32-Property Portfolio to Blackstone for $2 Billion

Greystar has sold more than 10,000 apartment units to Blackstone for $2 billion... More

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Inside the Massive Greystar–Riverstone Integration Inside the Massive Greystar–Riverstone Integration

Greystar and Riverstone officials give insights to what's happening after the merger's announcement. More

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Greystar's Faith Takes MFE Inside the Deal

Bob Faith’s goal is for Greystar Real Estate Partners to become the No. 1 or No. 2 apartment operator in most U.S. markets. Buying the competition is catapulting him toward that dream. More

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Greystar to Buy Riverstone in Blockbuster Deal

In a deal that will shake up the property management landscape, Greystar is on the verge of buying Riverstone. 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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