REIT Magazine Articles

  • 5/7/2019

    Retirement Expert Explains the Role of Real Estate in Retirement Planning

    Longer life expectancy, rising health care costs, and a shift away from defined benefit plans should be forcing a rethink of the various steps individuals and policymakers can take to avoid a potential retirement crisis, says Alicia Munnell.
  • 5/6/2019

    How Pebblebrook Hotel Trust Became a Leader in Experiential-based Hotels

    Liberty Hotel, Boston
    The lodging REIT is making a name for its ability to breathe new life into distinct properties that can’t be replicated.
  • 3/25/2019

    Learning Through Experience at REITs

    I think many of us can point to a few moments in our careers where the benefit of hindsight would have come in handy.
  • 3/25/2019

    Grooming Future REIT Leaders

    From investing in growth opportunities to encouraging stretch assignments and providing strategic coaching, each leader’s development plan should be personalized and holistic.
  • 3/25/2019

    Names to Note: March/April 2019

    People making news in the REIT and publicly traded real estate industry.
  • 3/25/2019

    REIT CEOs Reflect on Greatest Career Lessons

    What do you wish you knew when you became CEO that you have since learned?
  • 3/25/2019

    Senior Housing Demand Grows Among Health Care REITs

    The health care sector is often considered to be robust across the business cycle and less vulnerable to downturns, as people need health care in every business environment.
  • 3/22/2019

    Camden Property Future-Proofs Parking Garages for Adaptive Reuse

    Residential REIT Camden Property plans ahead for fewer drivers.
  • 3/22/2019

    Diversified REIT W. P. Carey's New CEO Poised to Lead

    W. P. Carey's Jason Fox on company vision and culture.
  • 3/22/2019

    Howard Hughes Corporation Transforms Manhattan Seaport District

    As one of Howard Hughes Corp.’s most iconic assets, the Seaport District has already attracted top talent and businesses, bringing much-needed change to the lower Manhattan neighborhood.

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