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    Deals Day: Agricultural products company consolidating Texas, Oklahoma operations in DFW
    In an effort to improve capacity and supply chain efficiency, as well as consolidate its regional operations, Cargill Protein is combining its San Antonio and Oklahoma City operations into a single hub in Dallas-Fort Worth. The Minneapolis-based company did not disclose where the facility will be located, but said it will be operated by a contractor and begin serving customers in fall 2018. Cargill also has multiple meat processing facilities in DFW. ?The DFW area was the logical choice for?

    Home sales, prices experience another uptick in Charlotte region last month
    Sales prices in the Charlotte region continue to track higher on an annual basis. Carolina Multiple Listing Services Inc. data released Friday for the month of February shows that the median sales price over the past year has jumped 12.9% to $227,000. That's 5.1% higher than January. The average sales price also increased year over year in February, up 7.8% to $269,529. That represents a slight drop of 0.3% from the previous month. Home closings totaled 2,755 in February, up 2.1% annually and?

    Top of the Market: Tuohys buy East Memphis home
    Sean and Leigh Anne Tuohy purchased a 5,100-square-foot East Memphis home last week for $800,000. The couple already own four other Shelby County residences, according to the Shelby County Assessor of Property website. Their new house, which was built in 1993, can be viewed in the slideshow below, courtesy of Located on Garden River Cove, it holds four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms. The recent spate of Memphis-area homes selling for more than $1 million also continued last?

    Introducing OBJ's 2018 Residential Real Estate Awards honorees
    Central Florida?s housing market is booming and ? as always ? it reflects greatly upon the condition of our local economy. Whether it?s new single-family homes rising, multifamily projects under construction or existing homes being sold to provide for the area?s ever-growing population, residential real estate has always served as a bellwether for economic health in metro Orlando. And several local operations of homebuilders, apartment developers and real estate brokerage firms have made?

    Historic Oakwood home on the market for $595,000
    The historic home at 133 Hadley Road in Oakwood is 5,253 square feet and has five bedrooms. The home was built in 1929. Click the gallery to see photos of the home. The Tudor-style home has four bathrooms and one half-bathroom. The property includes a brick patio with a screened porch and a detached three-car garage. The home features hardwood floors, glass French doors, a wet bar, and a fully updated kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The property sits on a 0.43-acre lot and is in the?

    Colorado Derby Lofts on track to open soon, contractor says
    The apartment building in downtown Wichita will feature a rooftop pool and a pet park.

    Former GE exec flips Seaport condo to someone with a Zuckerberg connection
    Just three days after buying up a condo in Boston's growing Seaport District, a former GE executive and his wife have sold the property to a limited liability company with connections to Facebook co-founder Mark Zuckerberg. Former GE chief financial officer Jeff Bornstein and his wife, Jill, purchased a condo at the ultra-luxury 50 Liberty on March 19 for $4.9 million, according to a Suffolk County deed. Just days later ? on March 22 ? a company called SPBBR LLC acquired the condo for $5.3 million.?

    40 Under 40: Dallas Tanner, chief investment officer, Invitation Homes
    In 2012, Dallas Tanner founded Invitation Homes. But he didn?t just create a company, he has been at the forefront of creating the single-family rental industry, which is transforming the housing market. Tanner bought his first investment property while still in college. With his leadership and vision, that company expanded and evolved. In 2012, he joined forces with The Blackstone Group to build on the platform. He then amassed a portfolio of nearly 50,000 homes, purchasing 94 percent of them?

    40 Under 40: Alex Doubet, CEO, Door
    Alex founded Door as a next-generation real estate platform in 2015. He recognized that today?s home buyers and sellers are now doing much of the work that real estate agents used to do. Door is a flat fee-based client-service model rather than a sales model ? with employee agents, innovative technology, and specialized roles that better align with customer experience than the traditional commissioned sales agents. Since January 2017, Door has grown from six to 30 employees and has grown revenue?

    The Bay Area is losing more people than it's attracting, as the cost of living becomes prohibitive
    The high cost of living in the San Francisco-Oakland-Hayward area drove more people out of the metro region than it attracted between 2016 and 2017, new Census data has found, as consumers grapple with soaring housing costs. The outflow is happening even as the region's tech sector stayed robust and the fundamentals of the Bay Area's economy continued to grow and thrive, data shows. Reports the Wall Street Journal: A recent analysis by the University of California-Los Angeles Anderson Forecast?