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Adam Hendry named to GlobeSt’s 50 under 40

Every industry watches its younger generation for a myriad of reasons. Sometimes, as in tech, younger workers are on the leading edge of new products. In other industries, this cohort may be setting the tone and pace for future processes and ways of doing business. For many categories, the youngest entrants are an indicator of

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Tzadik Properties Completes $115M in Refinancing Transactions

Tzadik Properties, LLC, an industry-leading multifamily property management company and one of the largest owner-operators in South Dakota, recently announced the completion of more than $115 million in refinancing transactions for portions of its Sioux Falls, SD and Rapid City, SD portfolios. These transactions are part of the company’s strategy to continue expanding and finding

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Tzadik Properties, LLC Purchased Woodlake Apartments in Sioux Falls

Sioux Falls, S.D. — Dec. 14, 2020 — Tzadik Properties, LLC, an industry-leading, multifamily property management company and one of the largest owner-operators in South Dakota, purchased the Woodlake Apartments in Sioux Falls, closing on Oct. 30 for an undisclosed sum. The property is located at 4008 South Louise Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57106. The

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Women Leaders Of Real Estate: Christina Alletto

Click here to read the original article from Authority Magazine Because of our culture, the percentage of women in C-suite roles nationwide is very low. This is changing, but it will take some time. If you are a woman who wants to make her way up to a senior position in the real estate industry,

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Preparing Your Multifamily Building for a Hurricane

https://www.fool.com/millionacres/real-estate-investing/articles/preparing-your-multifamily-building-for-a-hurricane/ Hurricane season activity kicked off this weekend with Hurricane Douglas just missing Hawaii and Hurricane Hanna thoroughly drenching Southern Texas. The southeast generally expects bigger storms in August, September, and October. In fact, although Hanna was a damaging storm, some Texans referred to it as a “baby-cane” and just a precursor to late-summer events.

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