REIT Magazine Articles
All investing is a relative, not an absolute, game. If the stock market pops by 25 percent in one year and your fund is up 18 percent, you’re sort of a loser. If your fund gains 2 percent and the market loses 20 percent, then you’re a rock star.
After starting life in 1984 when brothers Sam and Van Kolias purchased a single 16-unit apartment property, Boardwalk REIT has evolved into one of Canada’s major apartment operators, with more than 35,000 units located across the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario and Quebec.
For those in the know in the real estate investment business, David Auerbach’s daily market commentary has become indispensable reading for many institutions.
Infrastructure REIT Crown Castle International aims to enhance the United States’ wireless networks.
Fibra Inn, one of the new players in the nascent market of publicly traded real estate in Mexico, represents a microcosm of sorts for the rapid growth underway in the broader market.
Global real estate fund managers discuss Mexico, the future of European real estate, investing in China and more.
Described by some as the “bluest of blue chip” REITs in the United States, Boston Properties, Inc.’s portfolio of iconic, top-tier office assets is overseen today by CEO Owen Thomas.
"The Asian century is an urban growth century, which makes it a stunning real estate wealth creation opportunity. My priority is to work with APREA’s members to prepare a strategic blueprint that will capture the opportunities offered in the world’s fastest growing economic region."
In the real estate world, trophies carry their own measure of value and prestige. Trophy properties come in all shapes and sizes, but typically they are iconic buildings in extremely high-value locations that bestow a certain aura on their owners.
This edition of REIT magazine highlights the growth of the REIT approach to real estate investment across the globe. With the latest news from India, 31 countries now have REIT regimes in place, a group that includes both developed markets and developing economies.