REIT Magazine Articles

  • 5/19/2015

    Health Care REITs Stay on the Hunt for Senior Housing

    Chart - Current Supply of Senior Housing
    Spurred on by attractive financing and solid returns, health care REITs continue their aggressive pursuit of senior housing properties.
  • 5/19/2015

    Essex Property Trust Expands West Coast Portfolio

    With a mega-merger in the rear-view mirror, Essex Property Trust is building up its portfolio out west.
  • 5/19/2015

    More REITs Gaining Access to Commercial Paper

    Office towers
    For REITs that qualify, commercial paper is a way to reduce borrowing costs.
  • 5/18/2015

    Misconceptions About REITs and Interest Rates

    Bull and bear
    The idea that rising interest rates are always bad for REITs may need another look.
  • 5/18/2015

    Commercial Real Estate: Back In Demand

    Office construction
    As new construction picks up, demand for REIT space shakes off most, but  not all, of the downturn’s drag.
  • 5/18/2015

    REITs in the Public Eye

     Voluminous regulatory filings and extensive coverage by securities analysts and the financial press help make stock exchange-listed REITs the most transparent firms in the world of real estate.
  • 5/15/2015

    Blackstone’s Michael Nash Reflects on Thoughtful Lending and Expanding Market Share

    Mike Nash
    Michael Nash spoke recently with REIT magazine on topics including the state of market fundamentals and the reasons why Blackstone has been selling so much of its real estate lately.
  • 3/19/2015

    REIT Industry Names to Note

    The latest job announcements and industry news from the REIT industry.
  • 3/19/2015

    Leading REIT Fund Managers Share Their Outlook For 2015

    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. 
  • 3/18/2015

    Evaluating the Future of REIT IPOs

    REIT IPOs
    REIT initial public offerings (IPOs) tend to ebb and flow with market conditions, and they’re now showing promise of continuing their respectable run.

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