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  • EDENS to Buy AmREIT for $763 Million

    At the Urban Land Institute’s Fall Meeting in New York City, Houston was declared the number one real estate market in the US. As revealed by ULI and PwC research, 2015 will be a big year for the Bayou City, yet, we don’t have to wait for next year to notice that big changes are already close at hand!

    Houston 06 November 2014 16:30

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