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    Spending Bill Gives Affordable Housing a Huge Boost

    28 Mar, 2018

    The $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill that was passed last week contained the first expansion of the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program in more than 10 years. The measure increased...

    Berrios Concedes to Kaegi in Contentious Cook County Assessor's Race

    21 Mar, 2018

    Amid a great deal of scandal and political fallout, beleaguered incumbent Joe Berrios conceded to challenger Fritz Kaegi Tuesday night in the primary contest for Cook County assessor as vote...

    Toys R Us Closures: An Update on the Demise of Major Retail Chains and its Impact on Tax Assessment Rolls Nationwide

    20 Mar, 2018

    By Jerry Heaton, Senior Managing Consultant, Dallas

    March 2018 Update: The battle between Amazon and bricks-and-mortar retail wages on with Toys R Us abruptly announcing plans to close or...

    How to Use ‘Equal and Uniform’ to Reduce Multi-Family Property Values in Texas

    14 Mar, 2018

    By James Sutton, Regional Director - Central South, Dallas& Bill O’Quinn, Senior Managing Consultant, Dallas

    To say the multi-family market in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area is performing...

    Five Top Markets for Seniors Housing Investment

    12 Mar, 2018
    Seniors housing continues to be in high demand, especially the  independent and assisted living subsets, due to the rapidly aging population.  Unfortunately, the influx of supply has caused...

    Managing a Decade of Increasing Property Taxes in the Dallas-Fort Worth Industrial Market

    6 Mar, 2018

    By Carlos Villatoro, Senior Managing Consultant, Dallas

    A prominent national industrial REIT client recently asked for a historical summary of property taxes for a distribution warehouse they were...

    Downtown L.A. Starting to Mirror Manhattan's Glut of Apartments

    1 Mar, 2018

    More than 4,000 new apartments are forecast to hit the Los Angeles market this quarter, according to CoStar, as the first wave of as many as 30,000 in the next three years. Much of the...

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