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  • Nareit Developments blog
    5/26/2020

    Webinar: Commercial Real Estate’s Great Restart Brings Opportunity, Challenges

    Nareit and Bloomberg Intelligence are partnering on an upcoming webinar to discuss how REITs have navigated the pandemic, how they are managing the logistical and financial challenges of reopening, and how REIT business models may need to change to adapt to a new post-pandemic marketplace.
  • Nareit Developments blog
    5/26/2020

    Speakers Confirmed for 2020 REIT Investor Relations Symposium

    More than 100 REIT investor relations professionals have already registered for the fourth-annual REIT Investor Relations Symposium.
  • Market Commentary Blog
    5/22/2020

    The Outlook for REITs During the COVID-19 Crisis

    The REIT sector overall entered this crisis period from a stronger position than in previous market downturns in terms of operational performance, balance sheet strength and sources of liquidity available for the potentially lean months ahead.
  • Market Commentary Blog
    5/21/2020

    REIT Earnings Declined 9% in First Quarter on COVID-19 Issues

    REIT earnings were impacted by the COVID-19 crisis in the first quarter, with funds from operation (FFO) declining 9.0% from the prior quarter, to $15.0 billion, according to the Nareit T-Tracker®.
  • Nareit Developments blog
    5/20/2020

    REITweek 2020 General Sessions Announced: “Navigating the Pandemic and the Road to Recovery”

    More than 1,400 investors, REIT executives, and industry leaders have already registered for REITweek.
  • Nareit Developments blog
    5/18/2020

    Nareit Joins Coalition Opposing California Legislation that Would Negate Many Commercial Leases

    SB 939 would allow many commercial tenants to defer rents for more than one year.
  • Market Commentary Blog
    5/18/2020

    Rent Collected by REITs in May Unchanged from April

    The most recent rent survey results show that on average for REITs, the share of typical rent collected in May was largely unchanged from April.

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