Departments: Get To Know

  • 5/9/2018

    For American Assets Trust, West is Best

    American Assets Trust, Inc. has stuck to a core tenet since its initial public offering in 2011—that West Coast and Hawaii-focused investment is key to building wealth in real estate.

  • 3/15/2018

    Medical Properties Trust Injecting Growth into Hospital Real Estate

    Medical Properties has never wavered from its hospital-centric strategy.

  • 1/24/2018

    CorEnergy Fuels Change to Infrastructure Real Estate

    “The energy-infrastructure market has less competitive dynamics at play. There typically aren’t speculative pipelines built. There’s less vacancy-rate risk,” says CEO David J. Schulte.

  • 10/31/2017

    Ryman is Singing the REIT Tune

    Ryman Hospitality Properties, Inc. owns four of the nine largest U.S. convention hotels, each offering more than 400,000 square feet of meeting space.

  • Fibra Mty
    9/22/2017

    A New Benchmark for the Fibra Industry

    Fibra Mty is setting high goals – both for itself and the industry.

  • Dynex Capital
    7/26/2017

    Dynex Gets Defensive to Tackle Interest Rate Risk

    The Mortgage REIT has taken a more defensive posture as the company looks to secure itself against potential volatility caused by Federal Reserve rate hikes and global policy shifts.

  • 5/24/2017

    Potlatch Prepares for the Future of Timberlands

    Potlatch Corp. finds its niche with a return to "a simple timberland and solid wood products manufacturing structure." 

  • 3/17/2017

    Four Corners Property Trust Diversifies Their Restaurant Real Estate

    The triple-net lease REIT spun off from Darden Restaurants has amassed a portfolio of 480 restaurants located across 44 states.

  • 2/3/2017

    Monmouth, UMH Ready for Another 50 Years

    Eugene Landy and his sons have taken a patient approach to building up the two companies.

  • 11/14/2016

    Minding the Gap in Affordable Housing

    Housing Partnership Equity Trust is working to shore up the nation’s stock of homes for residents with modest incomes.

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