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Encore Multi-Family Appoints New President

""Encore Multi-Family"":http://www.encore.bz/multifami_Homepage.html, a subsidiary of Dallas-based ""Encore Enterprises, Inc."":http://www.encore.bz/, announced Monday that Brad Miller has been named president of the company.


Miller has more than three decades' experience in real estate investment and development involving more than 20,000 apartment units, and he brings multiple market expertise in investment analysis, distresses asset acquisition, fee management, and complex land settlements to his new position with the company.


Prior to joining Encore Multi-Family, Miller served as a national partner with Fore Property Company, where he oversaw development activities in numerous markets in the Southeastern, Western, and Southwestern United States. In addition, he was responsible for developing the first-ever LEED certified apartment community in North Texas.

Before his time at Fore Property Company, Miller served as managing director/partner of investments for Olympus Real Estate Partners, the former affiliate and real estate investment arm of Hicks, Muse, Tate & Furst. He gained additional multi-family real estate experience in leadership positions with Archstone Smith and as a 17-year partner with Lincoln Property Company.

Encore Multi-Family is a full-scale, multi-family developer with a concentration on the Southwestern and Southeastern regions of the United States. The leadership team has more than 70 years' collective experience, and the company's key mission is to deliver expert investment analysis, operational excellence, and a commitment to continuous innovation in real estate acquisition.

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