RE/MAX Co-founder and Chairman Dave Liniger will be featured on the live webinar series, Secrets of Top Selling Agents, on...
Mortgage insurer United Guaranty Corp. promoted Brian Gould to the position of chief operating officer. Gould joined the...
One of downtown Dallas' landmark skyscrapers has been hit with a foreclosure filing.
The 50-story Thanksgiving Tower has been posted by lenders for a Feb. 5 forced sale.
The 31-year-old mirrored glass high-rise at 1601 Elm St. is owned by California investor Younan Properties, which bought the property in 2007.
Berkadia Commercial Mortgage made the foreclosure filing on the tower, saying that the owners have defaulted on $84 million in debt, according to information from Addison-based Foreclosure Listing Service
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