Steve Heimler

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Grooming Your Successor

Decades after company leaders start and grow their businesses, there comes a point... More

Rivals See Opportunity in Greystar-Riverstone Marriage

The Greystar-Riverstone marriage leaves industry leaders wondering how they'll compete, and what's next for their firms. More

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Free to Compete, Cirrus Plans for Expansion

Cirrus Asset Management is growing steadily following the lift of its noncompete... More

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Cool It Down: Dealing With Emotional Residents

When confronted by an emotionally charged resident, a variety of tactics can help property managers take the drama down a notch More

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Non-compete Between Riverstone Residential and Cirrus Asset Management Ends

Calabasas, Calif.-based Cirrus Asset Managment Looks to build its Western U.S. Portfolio More

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Power of Size

Is bigger really better? CAS Riverstone sure seems to think so. The third-party... More

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Taming the Tech Monster

Two years ago, Steve Heimler, founder and CEO of Stratus Real Estate in Woodland... More

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BRE Properties CEO and President Connie Moore was headed for a California Housing... More

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Growth Plan

CAS Riverstone, formerly known as Riverstone Residential Group, in April acquired Woodland Hills, Calif.-based Stratus Real Estate for an undisclosed price, which brings Riverstone's fee management portfolio to 120,000 units throughout 625 properties. More

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