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Dimensions Online - President's Letter: Irreplaceable

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Dimensions Online - President's Letter: Irreplaceable

If you look in a thesaurus for the word irreplaceable, you will find a considerable number of synonyms, including: inestimable, invaluable, priceless, immeasurable, incalculable, precious, valuable, incomparable, inimitable, unequaled, unmatched, unparalleled, unrivaled, unsurpassable, atypical,... Continue Reading

by Patty Utley
09/6/2022


Dimensions Online - Pillow Talk: Texas Sunset

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Dimensions Online - Pillow Talk: Texas Sunset

Last month, we explored the actual and perceived power of the Texas Governor. This month we conclude our three-month series on Texas government by exploring the numerous state government departments, agencies, and commissions that directly impact AATC members. In a state known for limited... Continue Reading

by Perry Pillow
09/6/2022


Dimensions Online - DFW Maintenance Mania Returns September 27th!

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Dimensions Online - DFW Maintenance Mania Returns September 27th!

Maintenance Mania returns Sept 27! Continue Reading

by James Buford
08/10/2022


Dimensions Online - Pillow Talk - Perceiver in Chief

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Dimensions Online - Pillow Talk - Perceiver in Chief

In politics, the perception of power is power. If your opponents believe you are a formidable force, then you are, regardless of the limits of your actual authority. More than “fake it till you make it” or mere “mind games,” the ability to harness this opinion makes... Continue Reading

by Perry Pillow
08/10/2022


Dimensions Online - Redbook Blues: Supplier Contracts

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Dimensions Online - Redbook Blues: Supplier Contracts

We are all learning to navigate the new business reality forced upon us by supply chain challenges, inflation, and post-pandemic market demand. Our industry would not have been able to survive, much less thrive, during the past two years without the dedication and support of our supplier... Continue Reading

by Nicole Zaitoon
08/10/2022


Dimensions Online - August 2022 President's Letter: Getting Warmed Up!

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Dimensions Online - August 2022 President's Letter: Getting Warmed Up!

August 2022 President's Letter Continue Reading

by Patty Utley
08/10/2022


Dimensions Online - Market Update: Mid-Year Multifamily Review

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Dimensions Online - Market Update: Mid-Year Multifamily Review

Mid-Year Multifamily Review At the national level, the first half of the year was characterized by a slowdown in deliveries compared to the same period last year, a much steeper decline in apartment demand, and rent growth still well above the typical range. Relative to many markets around the... Continue Reading

by Jordan Brooks
08/10/2022


President's Letter: Servant-Leadership

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President's Letter: Servant-Leadership

“The servant-leader is servant first… It begins with the natural feeling that one wants to serve, to serve first.” -Robert K. Greenleaf What is a Servant-Leader? By definition, a servant-leader is someone who serves others first. They have chosen to lead and move whatever group... Continue Reading

by Patty Utley
07/1/2022


AATC Leadership Lyceum - 2022

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AATC Leadership Lyceum - 2022

AATC's 2022 Leadership Lyceum: (from left to right, top to bottom) Taryn Lewis, BH; Jamie Woody, Cortland; Chair April Royal, Capstone; Jimmy McClung, LUMA Residential; Amy Alvarez, MFI; and Sarah Turner, Olympus. AATC Leadership Lyceum – The Future is Bright AATC’s greatest days... Continue Reading

by April Royal
07/1/2022


Market Update: June 2022

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Market Update: June 2022

Stabilized Properties Bearing the Brunt of Reduced Demand This year has brought many changes for the multifamily sector, especially a 70% decline in net absorption through May compared to last year at the national level. The Greater Fort Worth market has roughly matched that decline. A helpful... Continue Reading

by Jordan Brooks
07/1/2022


Redbook Blues: The "I" Word

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Redbook Blues: The "I" Word

The cost of essential consumer goods continues to rise, gas prices are up, and food prices continue to climb. Inflation is real. As our companies, industry, and residents slowly begin to emerge from the personal and economic impacts of the COVID pandemic, supply and demand rental-housing market... Continue Reading

by Nicole Zaitoon
07/1/2022


Pillow Talk: It's Official

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Pillow Talk: It's Official

The Texas State Library and Archive Commission maintain all the official Texas state symbols. From the bluebonnet (state flower) to the mockingbird (state bird) and pecan (state tree) to 42 (state domino game), more than seventy-five (75) state symbols have been officially designated by the... Continue Reading

by Perry Pillow
07/1/2022