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Apartment REITs Still Have Room to Grow, CEO Says
Apartment REITs Still Have Room to Grow, CEO Says

Ed Pettinella of Home Properties rebuts concerns about multifamily market.

EPRA Chief Sees Little Impact from Greek Debt Crisis on European Property Markets
EPRA Chief Sees Little Impact from Greek Debt Crisis on European Property Markets

EPRA’s Philip Charls says real estate played active role in European IPO market in 2014.

 

REITs Fall Back in February
REITs Fall Back in February

REITs impacted by gains in 10-year Treasury note, analysts say.

Monmouth CEO Says Build-to-Suit Demand Fueling Companyâs Growth
Monmouth CEO Says Build-to-Suit Demand Fueling Company’s Growth

Michael Landy of Monmouth Real Estate Investment Corp. on factors driving rising occupancy rates and lease terms.

Fundamentally Speaking: Economy Still Gaining Strength
Fundamentally Speaking: Economy Still Gaining Strength

NAREIT’s Calvin Schnure says economic recovery uneven, but gathering momentum.

Quick Study: REITs Trail S&P 500 in February
Quick Study: REITs Trail S&P 500 in February

NAREIT’s Brad Case says a down month is normal for REITs during bull market.

Office REITs Still Attractive to Alpine Funds Portfolio Manager
Office REITs Still Attractive to Alpine Funds Portfolio Manager

Bob Gadsden of Alpine Funds says lower gas prices a net positive for REITs.

Xenia Hotels CEO Says Lodging REIT Off to Strong Start
Xenia Hotels CEO Says Lodging REIT Off to Strong Start

Marcel Verbaas discusses Xenia's spin-off from Inland American Real Estate Trust, Inc.

Green Bonds Popular With Investors, According to REIT Executives
Green Bonds Popular With Investors, According to REIT Executives

Mark Peternell and Mike Mas of Regency Centers on sustainability as a “competitive differentiator” for REITs.

Delinquent CMBS Loans Continue to Decline
Delinquent CMBS Loans Continue to Decline

Borrowers getting in front of debt maturities, analysts say.

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