November/December 2016

When REITs invest in new development projects, the benefits extend beyond the companies and their tenants and shareholders.

Columns & Departments

  • Tim Naughton

    REITs With a View

    As the visibility of the industry increases in the wake of Equity REITs moving into the new GICS Real Estate Sector, that aspect of REIT-based real estate investment will take on even greater importance.

  • Matt Bechard

    Farewell to the “REITNut”

    RalphBlock took complex concepts and made them accessible by clearly articulating the attributes of real estate investment through REITs.

  • ASU Manzanita Hall

    American Campus Communities & Arizona State University

    When REITs invest in new development projects, the benefits extend beyond the companies and their tenants and shareholders.

  • 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.

  • Mervyn King

    Ending Financial Alchemy

    Mervyn King talks about the events that led up to the financial crisis, the hubris of economists, war games with the Federal Reserve and more.

  • PNC Plaza, Raleigh

    Office REITs: Housing Innovation

    Innovative industries driving office demand in hot markets.

  • Vivek Seth

    Vivek Seth, Vice Chairman of Investment Banking, Raymond James

    Vivek Seth is the head of the Raymond James Real Estate Investment Banking group, which is involved with public and private offerings and mergers and acquisitions within the real estate, hospitality and homebuilding industries. 

  • GLobe

    Cities of the Future

    REITs should recognize that their business models will need to evolve with the changes in their ecosystem.

  • Names to Note

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

  • Michael Gapen

    Michael Gapen, Chief U.S. Economist, Barclays

    " The question this year has been whether the weaknesses in certain sectors could roll the broader economy into recession."