REIT Magazine Articles

The road ahead
Leaders Looking Ahead

For a close-up view of how REITs intend to navigate the next 12 months, REIT magazine assembled a roundtable of REIT CEOs to discuss their areas of focus for 2015, industry trends, debt financing and competition from private players.

Office scene
Changing Tenant Space Needs Shaping Office Development

Technology is significantly impacting most real estate sectors, including the office sector.

Names to Note
Agree Realty Corp. (NYSE: ADC) appointed Daniel Lovitz vice president of acquisitions. He will be primarily responsible for sourcing and underwriting retail net lease acquisitions in the southern half of the United States.
Urstadt Biddle
Urstadt Biddle’s Roots Provide Basis for Growth

There’s a catchphrase at Urstadt Biddle that underscores its vision: Little is lovely, profits are sanity, and size is vanity.

Robert Zoellick
Talking Lessons Learned with Former World Bank Head Robert Zoellick

"REITs will be attractive to investors who prefer a more liquid asset. The lower entry costs of REITs will also be more appealing to smaller investors." 

Paul Pittman
Farming REITs

Farmland Partners is becoming a player in the agricultural real estate business.

Congress
Capitol Commentary

With Republicans winning back the U.S. Senate in last fall’s elections, the focus in Congress has shifted to how the House of Representatives and Senate may work together to pass legislation.

Ric Campo
Camden Heads for the Goal Line

Bringing the Super Bowl to his hometown and designing cutting-edge apartments are part of the job for Camden Property Trust’s Ric Campo.

Scott Schaevitz
Scott Schaevitz, Co-Head of Americas Real Estate Investment Banking, Barclays
Scott Schaevitz is co-head of Americas real estate investment banking with Barclays.
Matt Bechard
Knowing What We Know (and Don’t)
As we flip the page on a new calendar year, it seems appropriate to reflect on the words of famed philosopher Donald Rumsfeld.  “There are known knowns… There are known unknowns… But there are also unknown unknowns.”

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