REIT Magazine Articles

  • 7/24/2019

    How Opportunity Zone Legislation Could Impact REITs

    Opportunity zone legislation has the potential to impact REITs in a number of direct and indirect ways.  
  • 7/24/2019

    How Kilroy Realty is Lighting the Way for ESG Progress

    Kilroy Realty is looking for emerging technologies that improve the environmental performance of its own portfolio and accelerate change in the broader real estate industry.   
  • 7/23/2019

    Hudson Pacific's Creative Office Space Concept for Netflix

    CEO Victor Coleman discusses how the office REIT supports West Coast tech and media elite.
  • 7/22/2019

    Paramount Group Takes the Long View on the Office Market

    Five years after the largest ever REIT IPO, the office REIT is focused on their three core markets.
  • 7/22/2019

    Capstead Mortgage Believes Efficiency Sets it Apart in mREIT Sector

    Capstead Mortgage Corp. has found its niche by focusing on short-duration, agency guaranteed, residential adjustable rate mortgage securities.
  • 7/19/2019

    Key Issues for REIT Board Management

    REIT executive Walt Rakowich explains why corporate leadership is about putting the greater good ahead of the individual.
  • 5/10/2019

    Social Purpose REITs Tackle Affordable Housing Challenges

    REITs are playing their part to help low-to-middle income Americans gain access to housing options.
  • 5/10/2019

    How the New Weyerhauser CEO Keeps the Timber REIT Rooted in its Values

    In addition to sustainable forestry, Weyerhaeuser’s new CEO Devin Stockfish is focused on culture and employee development to build value for all of the REIT’s stakeholders.
  • 5/9/2019

    Simon’s Culture of Innovation Keeps the Mall REIT Ahead of Retail Trends

    Simon’s culture of innovation reinforces long-term success.
  • 5/9/2019

    Industrial REITs Support E-commerce Growth

    The industrial REIT sector has grown rapidly to keep up with e-commerce, with their total portfolio of industrial space increasing more than 35 percent over the past five years.

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