News by Topic : Industry Performance
Mark Howard-Johnson of Occom Capital discusses reasons why REITs' volatility still worries institutions.
Hans Nordby of Property & Portfolio Research talks about the enhanced role REITs are playing for institutions.
As the global economy begins to slowly emerge from the recession, the REIT model for commercial real estate investment has proven its strength, according to executives speaking on a panel at REITWorld 2009 in Phoenix.
Steve Buller, portfolio manager for Fidelity Investments, discusses institutional investors' appetite for REITs.
Invesco's Paul Curbo discusses prospects for REITs as fund managers.
Ventas' Debra Cafaro discusses her outlook for the REIT market in 2010.
More than 70 percent of commercial real estate investment managers expect positive returns from the global market in 2010, according to a survey published by UBS Investment Research.
The U.S. REIT market's string of monthly gains came to an end in October, as the FTSE/NAREIT All-REIT Index dropped 4.8 percent for the month.
NAREIT's Brad Case looks at the impact a transaction volume will have on the CRE market as a whole and REITs specifically.
The pricing gap between buyers and sellers is shrinking. MIT's David Geltner explains why and what this means for deal volume.