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Have you been searching for a good place for living in Dallas and are unable to find one? If yes, then this article will help you in finding the best apartment for living. Finding the best dallas apartment locators require proper research and there are certain ways of doing that which are going to be discussed below.

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Agellan Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust Releases First Quarter 2018 Results

TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Agellan Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust (“Agellan” or the “REIT”) (TSX: ACR.UN): NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISTRIBUTION IN THE UNITED STATES Agellan Commercial Real Estate Investment Trust (the “REIT”) (TSX:ACR.UN) is pleased to report its financial results for the three month period ended March 31, 2018. All dollar…

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Community news: Housing nonprofit gets $189,000 grant

TRAVIS COUNTY AUSTIN Housing nonprofit gets grant Accessible Housing Austin, a nonprofit founded by disability rights advocates, has received a $189,000 Affordable Housing Program grant from Frost Bank and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas. The group will put the funds toward a $5.8 million, 27-unit accessible apartment complex, to be called AHA! Briarcliff….

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Housing for Homeless Men to Break Ground, Thanks to $430K Grant – Houston Business Journal

Austin Bank and FHLB Dallas Provided Funds TYLER, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE) Thanks, in part, to a $430,168 Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grant from Austin Bank and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas), Hiway 80 Rescue Mission will provide long-term housing to 24 homeless men in Tyler, Texas. This press release features multimedia. View…

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Authorities clear suspicious letter at Dallas megachurch

DALLAS — Authorities say a suspicious envelope found at First Baptist church in Dallas has been cleared after a brief investigation. Dallas Fire-Rescue spokesman Jason Evans said that authorities were called to the church at about 8:30 a.m. Sunday. Evans said the letter was found to not have any powder or other signs of danger….

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Dallas-area starter home drought is hammering first time buyers

First time homebuyers won’t catch a break from the Dallas-area’s hot home market this spring. That’s because there are only about 1,000 starter homes listed for sale with local real estate agents, according to a new report by Trulia. Less than 8 percent of local homes on the market have a median price of less…

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Christina Morris Disappearance: Remains of 2014 Kidnapping Victim Potentially Discovered in Texas

Investigators were working Thursday to determine whether human remains found in Anna, Texas, belonged to a women who had been missing since August 2014. Christina Morris, 23, was last seen walking into a parking garage with a man in Plano almost four years ago. The remains were discovered by a crew clearing trees in a…

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Preferred Apartment Communities, Inc. Reports Results for Fourth Quarter and Year Ended 2017

“2017 was another year of strong performance for the Company, as evidenced by our exceptional growth in FFO per share. Beginning in 2018, we will begin providing our primary guidance for future periods on FFO per share as defined by NAREIT and will discontinue reporting or providing guidance on Core FFO” said John A. Williams,…

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Murderer’s Execution, Super Bowl And More: The Week In Review

DALLAS, TX — The news cycle moves so fast that busy people like yourself sometimes miss important stories. Even if a top story slipped past you this week, Patch is here to make sure you know what you need to know before the week is out. Top stories from the week: A former Dallas accountant…

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Texas retail sales have fallen for the first time since July, according to the Dallas Fed

Retail sales in Texas fell in January — the first time the sector has dipped since July, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said. The Dallas Fed’s retail sales index — which measures the pace of sales and the industry’s health — dropped into negative territory in January, indicating that retail sales are shrinking, according…

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Affordable housing over I-5? It’s not as crazy as you might think

The “X-1” group was the set of volunteers tasked to come up with ideas on how to connect the lids with each other to make Seattle more of an interconnected city. The group was joined by six other groups working on various sites at the Lid I-5 Kickoff Charrette at 12th Avenue Arts on Sunday…

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