AATC Events

The Glue that Binds Us

December 27, 2017

The first to arrive. The last to leave. Your right hand. The glue that holds your whole property together. While each person on your staff is imperative, your property would literally fall apart without your […]

Articles - Balance

Digital Metamorphosis

December 14, 2017

Change happens. It’s inevitable. And once it happens, you only have two choices: you can accept it or you can reject it. From my experience, people accept change, no matter how difficult, as long as […]

AATC Community Service

Tons of Toys for Christmas!

December 13, 2017

AAGD/AATC Toys for Tots Event Raises $77,000! The apartment associations of Greater Dallas and Tarrant County joined hands on Dec 12th at the Hotel Intercontinental in north Dallas and donated $77,000 worth of toys to […]

Magazine Archives

December 2017 Dimensions

December 7, 2017

Welcome to Dimensions Magazine Archives. For over 20-years, Dimensions Magazine was the goto resource for news and information in Tarrant and surrounding counties. Hope you enjoy.

AATC Events

Looking at 2018

December 6, 2017

Each year, the Apartment Association of Tarrant County holds a slew of events and meetings designed to give our members ample opportunity to network and grow their business. Sometimes we add new events and other […]

AATC Legislative

Redbook Blues – Holiday Harmony

December 5, 2017

Last month, we addressed personnel issues. People are our best asset, and, on occasion, our biggest operational challenge. This month we’re going to explore four common, operational challenges that occur around the Christmas season: referral […]

AATC Community Service

New Members -Nov 2017

December 5, 2017

The holiday season is officially here and there’s just something about it that makes all of our hearts a little bigger. AATC prides itself on the generosity and compassion of our members, and our AATC […]

Articles - Second Third

Pillow Talk – Mighty Metroplex

December 5, 2017

In January 2016, Pillow Talk asked three questions: 1) does the prospect of owning/operating a residential rental property in a new Tarrant County sub-market make you panic or does it send a thrill down your […]