Calvin Schnure

Calvin Schnure

Calvin Schnure is Nareit’s senior vice president, research & economic analysis. He analyzes developments in the macro economy and their impact on REITs and commercial property markets, and on financial returns to REITs.

  • Market Commentary Blog
    10/9/2018

    REITs Hit the ATM in the Second Quarter

    REITs have relied increasingly on a low-cost, flexible way of raising equity capital as they have expanded their issuance through At-the-market (ATM) programs.
  • Market Commentary Blog
    10/3/2018

    Tracking Property Prices and REIT Total Return Beyond the Core Sectors

    New indices introduced by Green Street allow us for the first time to compare property price performance to total returns for property types outside of the traditional core REIT sectors.
  • Market Commentary Blog
    9/28/2018

    Rising Homeownership, Apartment Demand, Single Family Home Rentals and REITs

    The recovery in housing markets has generated concerns among investors in apartment properties that a rebound in homeownership could undermine the demand for apartments. Nothing could be further from the truth!
  • Market Commentary Blog
    8/28/2018

    Expansion and Growth of REIT Earnings

    Net operating income (NOI) of listed REITs rose nearly 50 percent over the past four years. The steady increases in same-store NOI at a pace above the inflation rate should continue to drive earnings, and valuations, upward in the future.
  • Market Commentary Blog
    8/24/2018

    FFO of listed REITs rose 5.5 percent, to $16.4 billion, in Q2

    There are a multitude of signs that REIT performance will likely remain strong in the months ahead.
  • Market Commentary Blog
    8/22/2018

    Low Cap Rates Are Flashing a Signal, but is it Yellow, Red… or Green?

    Are low cap rates flashing a signal that speculative pricing is setting the market up for a correction? 
  • Market Commentary Blog
    8/10/2018

    A Strong Economy Boosts Commercial Real Estate in Q2

    The economy is enjoying above-trend growth, with some boost from last year’s tax cuts, which supports demand for nearly all types of commercial real estate.

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