Guide On Finding Amazing Apartments Richardson TX

If youâ??re looking to invest in real estate, Richardson is one of the best places to consider. The real estate market is booming in the area and there are more and more developments occurring each and every year. Because of this, the increased supply of apartments has led to great competition regarding high quality apartments that can offer you amazing investment returns. There are lots of great features to look out for when considering investing in apartments Richardson TX

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RealPage reports 4Q loss

RICHARDSON, Texas (AP) _ RealPage Inc. (RP) on Tuesday reported a fourth-quarter loss of $20.9 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier. On a per-share basis, the Richardson, Texas-based company said it had a loss of 26 cents. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to 26 cents per share. The results matched Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of four analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was also for earnings of 26 cents per share. The provider of real estate software posted revenue of $187.7 million in the period. Its adjusted revenue was $188.4 million, beating Street forecasts. Three analysts surveyed by Zacks… Read More

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Revamped former Verizon campus in Richardson lands first tenants

Cushman & Wakefield A Fort Worth investor’s redo of a Telecom Corridor office complex has attracted new tenants. Q Real Estate Holdings in 2015 purchased the former Verizon office campus on Glenville Drive in Richardson. The 4-building office complex, built in 1989, was redeveloped into a multi-tenant office campus. With almost 400,000 square feet, its one of the largest available office blocks in Richardson. Law firm Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP is moving its offices into more than 60,000 square feet in the buildings. NICE Systems Technologies Inc. previously leased space for its offices in the project at 2400 N. Glenville Drive near Greenville Avenue. Q Real Estate Holdings says… Read More

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Is THIS the year Texas goes Democratic? How grassroots organizers hope to make it happen

Mary Ibarra of Voto Latino registers voters at the Brass Monkey in El Paso, Texas. (Photo: Christopher Wilson/Yahoo News) EL PASO, Texas — Like millions of other Americans, Mary Ibarra started settling into a sports bar on Super Bowl Sunday hours before kickoff, a long day still ahead of her. But unlike most of the Brass Monkey bar’s patrons, she was not sporting Eagles green or Patriots blue, but instead a shirt that read “When they go low, we go local.” Ibarra was at the Brass Monkey not to watch the game — as a Cowboys fan, she wasn’t enamored with either option — but to register voters for next… Read More

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Man sought in deaths of 2 in Virginia surrenders in Texas

TAHOKA, Texas (AP) — A Texas sheriff says a 32-year-old man facing two first-degree murder counts in the deaths of two people in Virginia has surrendered to authorities. Lynn County Sheriff Abraham Vega said Thursday that Amos Jacob Arroyo was taken into custody a day earlier at a convenience store in O’Donnell, south of Lubbock in West Texas. Arroyo is held without bond in the Lynn County Jail on charges filed by Newport News, Virginia, police that also include two weapons charges. Vega says Arroyo will remain in jail until federal marshals can transport him to Virginia, but it’s not clear when that may occur. Vega had no details on… Read More

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