REIT Magazine Articles
What should investors expect from the REIT market in 2015? REIT magazine recently spoke with the portfolio managers of some of 2014’s top-performing REIT mutual funds for their insights and expectations.
REIT initial public offerings (IPOs) tend to ebb and flow with market conditions, and they’re now showing promise of continuing their respectable run.
While the market conditions may vary and the volume will ebb and flow, the ingredients for a successful REIT IPO remain constant—strong management, compelling investment strategy and the right assets/portfolio.
Passive and actively managed funds provide the means by which the vast majority of REIT investors access the benefits of REIT-based real estate investment. Chief among them is a long-term track record of competitive performance.
Physicians Realty Trust wants to build a specialized health care real estate company that will stand the test of time.
CubeSmart continues to build name recognition to go with a bigger portfolio of self-storage properties and services.
In the 18th century, Adam Smith and his “invisible hand” changed the course of human history. The writings of the Scottish philosopher and father of economics have far more to offer than just wisdom on the law of supply and demand, though, according to Russ Roberts.
Luxury hotels and upscale resorts, favored properties for lodging REITs, have been in high demand by a variety of travelers for several years. Yet, few new hotels are under development, which is anticipated to push occupancy rates to 30-year highs by 2016.
Broadstone Real Estate CEO AMy Taits talks to REIT magazine about how Broadstone competes with its larger, public peers, the experience of working alongside family and the potential growth for single-family rentals.