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Maumelle Apartments Surpass $40.5 Million (Real Deals)Lock Icon

River Pointe Maumelle LLC, an affiliate of RREAF Holdings in Dallas, bought River Pointe Apartments at 7325 Riverpointe Drive. read more >
The former HomeBank branch at 8800 Stagecoach Road in Little Rock.
Banking & Finance

HomeBank Owners Divvy $11.8M in Cash

Barksdale Federal Credit Union of Bossier City, Louisiana, agreed to pay $11.8 million for the $65.2 million-asset HomeBank of Arkansas. read more >
A Home Bank of Arkansas location in Damascus
Banking & Finance

HomeBank of Arkansas Sells for $11.8 Million

The recent purchase of the $65.2 million-asset HomeBank of Arkansas is the opening foray into the state for Barksdale Federal Credit Union of Bossier City, Louisiana. read more >
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Red Dot Transaction Fills $2.3M Space (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Red Dot Storage 155 LLC of Louisville, Colorado, bought the USA Storage project at 4101 E. Kiehl Ave. from Tisdale Properties & Development LLC, led by Tracy Tisdale. read more >
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Pair of WLR Apartments Sold for Combined $56.5MLock Icon

The sale of west Little Rock apartment developments starts this week’s procession of million-dollar real estate transactions, followed by a Searcy hotel and three Sherwood properties. read more >
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FDIC Enters Consent Order With ‘Unsafe or Unsound’ HomeBank of Arkansas

The April 8 order, which was released publicly by the FDIC on Friday, charges the leadership of the $76 million-asset lender with unsafe or unsound banking practices. read more >
Briarwood Apartments at 801 S. Rodney Parham Road (top) and Spring Valley Apartments at 8701 Interstate 30, both in Little Rock.
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Briarwood, Spring Valley Apartments Draw $21.5M Combo Deal (Real Deals)Lock Icon

Affiliates of Vesta Capital of Leawood, Kansas, purchased the 280-unit Briarwood Apartments for $13.58 million and the 245-unit Spring Valley Apartments for $8 million. read more >
Commercial property at 10800 Baseline Road

Recent Real Estate Deals Total $1.2M

Two commercial sites, one in southwest Little Rock and one in Maumelle, sold recently. read more >
A Home Bank of Arkansas location in Damascus
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No Word on Whether HomeBank Plans to Pass on Cannabis BankingLock Icon

It’s been almost exactly a year since Whispers first reported that HomeBank had hooked up with a third-party vendor of cannabis banking services, Safe Harbor Services LLC, a subsidiary of Partner Colorado Credit Union. read more >
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HomeBank of Arkansas to Bank Medical Marijuana Industry

A small Arkansas bank is stepping forward to provide banking services to the medical marijuana industry. HomeBank of Arkansas officially announced plans to team with Safe Harbor Services, a subsidiary created last year by Partner Colorado Credit Union. read more >
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Homebank Holds Claim in El Dorado Man’s $3.3M BankruptcyLock Icon

El Dorado businessman Darrell Lee Madding recently filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation, listing $3.3 million in debts and $4.4 million in assets. read more >
John Stacks
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John Stacks Sees Charges Dismissed

The five-year battle between the federal government and John Stacks ended July 20 when the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas dismissed an indictment against the former owner of Mountain Pure LLC. read more >
John Stacks, as seen in the online video "Rampant Injustice."
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Fed Uncaps Its Case Against Mountain Pure’s John Stacks

The criminal trial of John Stacks, owner of Mountain Pure water bottler and former CEO of HomeBank of Arkansas, commenced last week before U.S. District Judge Leon Holmes, 12 jurors and two alternates. read more >
John Stacks, as seen in the online video "Rampant Injustice."
Banking & Finance / Legal

Simmons First Sues Mountain Pure for Defaulting on $16.5M in Loans

Simmons First National Bank has sued Mountain Pure and its owner, John B. Stacks, for defaulting on $16.5 million worth of loans. Meanwhile, Stacks is launching a website to offer his take on events surrounding his indictment in separate case. read more >
John Stacks, as seen in the online video "Rampant Injustice."
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John Stacks: Federal Charges ‘Without Merit’ But Not Surprising

Banker and business owner John Stacks has issued a statement denying any wrongdoing in his dealings with a Small Business Administration loan while complaining that a recent federal indictment was so vague that "we're not exactly sure what it is alleging." read more >
John Stacks, as seen in the online video "Rampant Injustice."
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John Stacks, Banker and Owner of Mountain Pure Water, Indicted on 11 Counts

John Stacks, the owner of water bottler Mountain Pure LLC, was indicted Tuesday on 11 felony counts related to what federal prosecutors say was a fraudulent loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2009. Charges include wire fraud and money laundering. read more >