May/June 2018

Real estate pioneer Sam Zell cuts to the chase on the evolution of REITs, Trump, activist investors, international opportunities, and more.

Columns & Departments

  • REITs and Interest Rates: A Look at What’s Really Happening

    A growing economy is good for real estate, including REITs. Economic growth produces increased demand for real estate.

  • Known Associates

    The impact REITs have on communities and the economy is magnified when you look at the full breadth of real estate assets that REITs own.

  • Kimco Realty Helps Put Dania Beach on the Map

    Developing the new Dania Pointe presented a unique opportunity for the city’s partner—New York-based REIT Kimco —to expand within the Florida market.

  • 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.

  • Not So Subtle

    Real estate pioneer Sam Zell cuts to the chase on the evolution of REITs, Trump, activist investors, international opportunities, and more.

  • Managing Changing Trends in Real Estate

    An experienced investor with her eyes on both the domestic and international real estate markets, Nora Creedon sees a lot of positive signs in the U.S. REIT market.

  • Long-Term Prognosis Sound for Health Care REITs

    Health care REITs have grown rapidly over the past two decades, bringing professional management to a critical sector of the economy.

  • Collete English Dixon

    Collete English Dixon is the executive director of Roosevelt University Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate.

  • Owens Realty Mortgage Looks to Post-Property Sale Future

    Owens Realty Mortgage is actively looking to increase liquidity for commercial lending activities through strategic disposition of real estate assets.

  • Less is More for CNL Healthcare Properties

    CNL Healthcare Properties is seeing the benefits of its decision to focus exclusively on senior living and health care properties.

  • How Important is it for Your Company to Provide Investors With Forward Guidance?

    "Shared expectations are good, and guidance may temper overly optimistic, or overly dour, outlooks by some.  It places expectations on management to achieve."

  • Names to Note: May/June 2018

    People making news in the REIT and publicly traded real estate industry.