Texas Star: 2014 Chairman Brad Williams

Brad Williams’ politically proactive nature and consummate leadership will shape his year as NAA’s 2014 Chairman of the Board.

"Our industry was experiencing an apartment boom and I was doing so well that I bought this brand new car,” Williams says. “The payments were $700 per month, but it was the most beautiful car in the world.” And then the market crashed. The Tax Reform Act of 1986 devastated the real estate industry, driving nearly every small and medium-sized company out of business and pummeling both Williams and his employer, Lincoln Property Company.

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Join Us for the MAXIMIZE: 2014 Multifamily Asset Management Conference

Multifamily Asset Management and Technology 2014  

A brief overview of just some of the technology-based opportunities for asset managers that will be discussed at the 2014 Multifamily Asset Management Conference produced by NAA and Joshua Tree...