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Westchase Office Tower Refinanced as COVID-19 Hangs Over Houston Market

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Two CityWest Place, a 20-story Class AA office property in Westchase has been refinanced. The 443,549-SF building located on the west side of Beltway 8 is owned by Parkway Property Investments. JLL worked on behalf of the Parkway to secure the five-year, floating-rate loan. Regions Bank led the loan and syndicated half with Citizens ... Read More »

Evictions Halted: Camden’s COVID-19 Plan to Assist Residents in Its 56,000 Apartment Units

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – Camden Property Trust, a Houston-based multifamily REIT that owns 164 apartment communities with 56,000 units around the nation, is halting evictions for residents who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Camden has closed its leasing offices to the public and is limiting in-person contact by offering virtual tours, online and phone support, ... Read More »

Houston’s Asian-American Chamber of Commerce Donates Masks, Medical Supplies to City for COVID-19 Effort

HOUSTON – (Realty News Report) – The Asian American Chamber of Commerce has donated over $42,000 in medical supplies to the City of Houston following our urgent calls for personal protective equipment. “We as a collective body, including Chinese-American, Korean-American, Vietnamese-American, Japanese-Americans, Filipino-Americans and the various other AAPI ethnicities, are in support of helping Houston through this challenging crisis and ... Read More »

Realtors Discourage Open Houses; HAR.com Website Drops Open House Notices Due to Coronavirus

HOUSTON — (Realty News Report) — The HAR.com website, which carries listings of thousands of homes for sale across Texas, has suspended the display notices of open house events due to  the coronavirus outbreak. Most of the national real estate franchises and many large brokerage firms have either cancelled all in-person open houses or are strongly encouraging their agents not to ... Read More »

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