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Outlook for Houston economy: Getting better, slowly

Bustling global trade and a healthy U.S. economy could accelerate Houston’s economic recovery next year, but a sluggish comeback in the oil industry could impede the region’s job growth, a local economist said on Friday. If the Energy Department is … Continue reading

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Just How Sexy Will the “Sexy Six” Be in 2014?

By Lindsay Machak, Apartment Finance Today – November 24, 2013 Everyone knows the “sexy six” markets are the big multifamily hot spots of investment and development. The large metro markets— New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Washington, D.C., and … Continue reading

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A Map Of America’s Future: Where Growth Will Be Over The Next Decade

September 4th, 2013 – Forbes.com By Joel Kotkin and Mark Schill The world’s biggest and most dynamic economy derives its strength and resilience from its geographic diversity. Economically, at least, America is not a single country. It is a collection … Continue reading

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Reports Show Slowing in Rent Growth for the U.S. in 2012

January 3, 2013 While down from 2011’s result, 2012’s 3.0 percent increase topped the long-term norm;completions will jump notably in 2013-2014 Effective rents for new leases in the U.S. apartment sector climbed 3.0 percent during 2012, according to MPF Research, … Continue reading

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