HOUSTON – (By Michelle Leigh Smith for Realty News Report) – Is there a new take on the American dream on the horizon?
Wan Bridge Group, a Texas-based builder and operator of build-to-rent (BTR) communities near Houston, Dallas and San Antonio, says heck, yes.
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Like much of Texas, the real estate market in Galveston is red-hot and shows no sign of cooling, so it’s an appealing choice for a beach house. To that end, Texas developer Wan Bridge has made plans to develop a build-to-rent community in the area.
As locals know, the real estate market in Galveston is red-hot and shows no sign of cooling. To that end, a Houston-based developer, Wan Bridge, has announced plans to develop a build-to-rent community in the area.