Gregory Proctor

VP of Business Development - Windsor Compliance, RealPage, Inc.

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Greg is a thirty-year veteran of the affordable housing industry and has owned and/or operated all types of affordable housing including HUD, Tax Credit and Rural Development. He has a degree management from Appalachian State University and holds multiple affordable housing designations and certifications.

Mr. Proctor is currently responsible for Business Development of Windsor Compliance, which is now part of the RealPage family. Along with business development, he also works closely with state housing finance agencies on behalf of Windsor’s clients and the industry.

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As Expected, Multifamily Market Returning to Normal in 2017

A year ago, the consensus among multifamily leaders was that 2017 would be a tale of a storybook market cooling its heels. By last fall, analysts observed that a slowdown was already underway and would continue into the next year. Issues with affordability and funding loomed, as did price flattening due to a shake-up in[]

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The Top 3 Digital Trends for 2018

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Surviving the Perfect Storm in the Senior Living and Assisted Care Industry

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Three Misconceptions Regarding ADA and Fair Housing Accessibility Laws

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Affordable Housing Horror Story: The Return of the MOR

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Keeping Properties in Compliance with ADA and Fair Housing Laws

There seems to be an increase in activity in the monitoring of accessibility compliance at multifamily properties across the country. 2015 brought us the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA). ADA protects against discrimination based on disability and imposes accessibility requirements on public accommodations. Since most multifamily properties have a leasing office and common area[]

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