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Affordable Housing

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Commercial Real Estate

5 Risks to Dallas’ Economic Growth And Affordable Housing Efforts

Capital that once focused on coastal cities has shifted to Dallas. Mintwood Real Estate leader Katy Slade on how to ensure the economic impact benefits all.
By Katy Slade
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Housing

Approaching a Year Since Council Allowed Granny Flats, Public Interest Is Low

There is much to like about Accessory Dwelling Units, but that hasn't translated to applications at City Hall.
By Shawn Shinneman
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Commercial Real Estate

Government Shutdown Could Undercut Stability in the Multifamily Market

The longer the government remains closed for business, the more pressure it puts on certain apartment property owners.
By Claire Carroll
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Commercial Real Estate

Don’t Write Off the Value of Modest Apartment Buildings

"Starchitecture" is great, but humble buildings lay the foundation for future growth in our city's neighborhoods.
By Katy Slade

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Housing

Color of Law Author Richard Rothstein Talks How Racist Housing Policies Segregated Dallas

In a speech at UNT's law school, Rothstein's rundown of the history of racist, federal residential laws could be seen in real time throughout Dallas.
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Housing

To Reach Its Affordable Housing Goals, Dallas Will Need More Developments Built On Tax Credits

Dallas has underutilized federal subsidies in recent years. Will it change under the city’s new housing policy?
By Shawn Shinneman
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Local Government

Raquel Favela, the Brain Behind Dallas’ Housing Policy, Announces Her Next Move

She's taking her experiences in Dallas and delivering them across the country through the National Development Council.
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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: Solving Affordable Housing

The Dallas of the future will be denser, less geared to automobiles, and more geared to mass transit and walkable neighborhoods.