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Green Days Ahead for REITs

Bi-monthly thoughts from NAREIT's Chairman.

Evan Urbania, CEO, ChatterBlast Media

Evan Urbania is CEO of ChatterBlast Media, a creative agency that helps organizations leverage social media.

David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg Saw the Last Housing Crisis Coming. What Does He See Now?

David Rosenberg is chief economist and strategist at Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc. He joined Gluskin Sheff in 2009 after serving as chief North American economist at Merrill Lynch in New York for seven years.

Customer Experience the New Mantra for Retail REITs

Retail REITs are adopting new tactics to keep customers coming to their properties and staying longer when they're there. Trips to local shopping centers are becoming experiences for visitors.

One, Not Done: New REIT CEOs

After a year on the job, four REIT CEOs discuss lessons learned and obstacles overcome. John Case, Joseph Coradino, Raymond Gellein, Jr. and Doyle Simons say culture, communication and capital structures have been focal points in year one.

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Out Front: One-on-One with Annaly Capital Management CEO Wellington Denahan

In the last 18 months, Annaly Capital Management co-founder Wellington Denahan has moved out from behind the scenes to become the public face of the REIT. Denahan talks with the magazine about transitioning to her new role.

Kilroy Realty Corporation: Golden State Squared
Kilroy Realty Corp. is making big moves up and down the West Coast, expanding outside its Southern California home base.
REIT Governance: The Capital of Transparency

REITs are getting good grades for their corporate governance, and companies are using strong ratings to their advantage versus competitors. Observers say even more can be done across the industry.

Leading as the Example

Bi-monthly thoughts from REIT magazine's Editor in Chief.

Demographics Are Destiny
FOR COMMERCIAL REAL estate investors, demographics don’t matter over any short period of
time; instead, changes in the economy and new space on the market are more important. However, over a fi ve- or 10-year horizon, demographics do matter. Starting today, investors ignore demographics at their peril.

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