365 Connect to Deliver What’s Next in Technology Innovation at TAA Education Conference in San Antonio, Texas

365 Connect to Deliver What’s Next in Technology Innovation at TAA Education Conference in San Antonio, Texas

NEW ORLEANS, April 20, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — 365 Connect, a leading provider of award-winning marketing, leasing, and resident technology platforms for the multifamily housing industry, announced today that the company will participate in the Texas Apartment Association Education Conference & Lone Star Expo. The conference takes place from April 25 – 27, 2018 in San Antonio, Texas. Providing technology solutions for multifamily housing communities across the nation, 365 Connect will demonstrate its revolutionary Resident Lifecycle…

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As Fair Housing Act Turns 50, Landmark Law Faces Uncertain Future

Under the Trump administration, and most Republican White Houses, enforcement of the 1968 anti-discrimination law has weakened. Housing advocates say the constantly changing federal approach has held back progress. President Lyndon Johnson signed the Fair Housing Act on April 11, 1968. Fifty years after passage of the Fair Housing Act — a law intended to end housing discrimination and increase homeownership among minorities — key enforcement provisions of it are being dismantled by the federal…

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Sam Houston State QB Jeremiah Briscoe to work out for Texans

Sam Houston State quarterback Jeremiah Briscoe has been invited to attend the Texans’ local prospect day, according to a league source not authorized to speak publicly. The Detroit Lions met with Briscoe at his school last week. Briscoe is a Stratford High graduate who won the Walter Payton award two years ago as the top offensive player in the Football Championship Subdivision. He set a record with 57 touchdown passes, a record that had stood…

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The Old World Charms of Houston’s Isabella Court

Since it opened in 1929, Isabella Court, a three-story Spanish Colonial Revival apartment and retail complex in Midtown, has been a haven for artists, musicians, and other creative types. The building’s bohemian energy emanates from the Old World–style courtyard, a gathering place for residents to enjoy cocktails and conversation. Art dealer Arturo Palacios moved in eight years ago and opened Art Palace on the ground floor. The gallery closed recently, but Palacios, who is starting…

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Local magazine honors Houston’s society queen Lynn Wyatt and other luminaries in new issue

Houston’s reigning society queen was recently honored by Houston CityBook magazine. The local publication’s April issue features Houston’s leaders and legends. Courtesy photo Houston CityBook, an independently and locally published, 18-month-old local magazine, has scored a coup, of sorts. Launching a new annual feature about the city’s luminaries, editor-in-chief Jeff Gremillion faced a daunting task: naming the cover celeb for his inaugural “BBVA Compass Presents Leaders & Legends” portrait series. “It had to be Lynn…

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Houston mayor: Recovery from Harvey not fast enough

Houston mayor: Recovery from Harvey not fast enough

Thousands of people still need help as they continue living either in hotels or in damaged homes, said Mayor Sylvester Turner. He praised local efforts, including from nonprofit groups and residents, saying they’ve filled in some of the gaps as the city awaits additional state and federal funding for recovery efforts. “While we acknowledge that we are making progress, we also want to be very clear the recovery is not happening fast enough for any…

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New report reveals extensive deficiencies in Houston’s apartment safety standards

New report reveals extensive deficiencies in Houston’s apartment safety standards

HOUSTON – The University of Texas School of Law released a scathing report Tuesday outlining what it says are serious deficiencies in how the city of Houston deals with dangerous apartment conditions. The study examined code enforcement, health and fire inspection records and 311 logs for 10 Sunnyside-area apartment complexes, but say the problem is citywide. 12 ways to improve security at your apartment Out of Order: Houston’s Dangerous Apartment Epidemic Here’s a look at…

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