According to a special report by Forbes.com, a number of leading REIT CEOs are delivering shareholders among the biggest bang for their buck among all public companies.
After spending dipped in 2009, commercial real estate companies plan to re-up their investment in energy efficient technology this year, according to an industry survey.
We at Cohen & Steers are against using ATMs––"at the market" off-the-shelf equity offerings, also known as "dribble-out" or "slow-mo" offerings––to issue common stock, and are asking REITs to put them back on the shelf. Here's why.
The Moody's/REAL Commercial Property Price Index (CPPI) dropped 2.6 percent in February, ending a streak of three consecutive months with positive returns.
REIT shares continued their strong performance in the first three months of 2010, nearly doubling the performance of the S&P 500 in the quarter. REITs doubled their own values on a one-year basis at the quarter's end.