- 11/11/2013 SOLD! PDC Construction Attends Easter Seals "Art and Soul" Charity Auction
- 10/23/2013 Dalton Place Groundbreaking in Fordyce
- 9/12/2013 Riverview Residents Learn to Eat Healthy, On a Budget
- 10/4/2013 PDC Construction Goes Green with a LEED for Homes Project
- 10/3/2013 Norman Moves Forward
- 7/25/2013 Everything Old is New Again
PDC Construction Goes Green with a LEED for Homes Project
Oct 4, 2013
Green building is quickly becoming the wave of the future. As we collectively become more aware of our effect on the planet, we realize the importance of...
Norman Moves Forward
Oct 3, 2013
One of America’s smallest operating libraries is located in Norman, Arkansas near our Caddo Creek Apartments. The Norman library held the Guiness Book of World Record's "Smallest Library"...
Everything Old is New Again
Jul 25, 2013
Everything Old is New Again Double Wedding Band? Dutchman’s Wheel? Ducks on A Pond? Grandmother’s Flower Garden??? If these sound familiar you probably have heard of the National...
"The History Around Us" - Hopkinsville
Jun 3, 2013
If you have been following our history blog, you have probably noticed that there has been one glaring omission. So far, we have visited cities in Arkansas and Missouri, but since I know you remember...
"The History Around Us" - Heber Springs
Apr 17, 2013
If you are looking for a beautiful, seaside vacation spot but find yourself stuck in the middle of Arkansas, make your way 60 miles due north of Little Rock to the lakeside town of Heber Springs. The...
"The History Around Us" - 2/21
Feb 21, 2013
Cape Girardeau, Missouri is the second stop for “The History Around Us” blog. Home to Fort Hope Apartments and Napa Ridge Duplex Homes, Cape Girardeau has a rich history dating back to pre-Revolutionary...
Research Shows Multifamily Housing is a Trillion Dollar Business
Feb 20, 2013
On February 12th, Affordable Housing Finance published an article by Jennifer Popovec that addressed a recent study on the economic impact of multifamily housing in the United States. The study, done...
Renter's Insurance Becoming A Mandatory Standard Among Apartment Communities
Feb 12, 2013
In this article from Affordable Housing Finance, Bendix Anderson discusses the growing standard of renter's insurance among property management companies. Renter's insurance can save property...
The History Around Us
Jan 17, 2013
“History is being made all around us”. It’s a refreshingly simplistic notion that we have all heard in some way, shape or form; maybe from a teacher, a professor, a parent, a pastor. ...
Making 2013 The Best One Yet
Jan 15, 2013
Wait, why are there lines to get on a treadmill at the gym? Who are all these people? Oh that's right, it's New Year's Resolution time. Time to attempt to lose 20 pounds by swimsuit season,...
Why The LIHTC Program Works
Jan 8, 2013
Since it was established in 1986, the Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program (LIHTC) has financed around 2.5 million units of affordable housing. It's obvious that this program, which has been in...
Tax Credit Program in Peril
Dec 7, 2012
The Low Income Housing Tax Credit Program is on the verge of elimination next year as Congress sets it eyes on tax reform. At the AHF Live Conference in Chicago, developers were continuously urged to...
Vacancy Rate Declines on Retail Space
Nov 14, 2012
The commercial real estate sector in central Arkansas saw a decline in vacancy rates drop to 7.7% in the 3rd Quarter, down from a 9.5% vacancy in the 3rd Quarter of 2011, according to the...
What's At Stake for Affordable Housing in the 2012 Election
Oct 15, 2012
With the Presidential election only a few weeks away, Affordable Housing Finance magazine takes a look at some of the issues facing the affordable housing community, from tax return reform to budget...