November / December 2017

CEO Jim Taiclet explains how American Tower makes sure its real estate keeps up with changes in wireless technology.

Columns & Departments

  • Real Estate Working For You

    At Nareit, we aim to show how REITs truly represent real estate working for you.

  • New Look, Same Great Taste

    At Nareit, we are always looking for ways to better represent and serve our members. And REIT magazine is no exception. 

  • Rayonier’s Sustainable Forestry Helps Build Nassau County

    Rayonier’s strategic planning reflects the long-term nature of growing and harvesting trees and the company’s commitment to sustainability and stewardship of its lands.

  • 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.

  • Tower Above

    CEO Jim Taiclet explains how American Tower makes sure its real estate keeps up with changes in wireless technology.

  • Get Active (Management)

    As a portfolio manager with LaSalle Investment Management, Lisa Kaufman is responsible for managing separate account portfolios of public North American property companies and the North American portion of LaSalle Securities’ global securities portfolio accounts.

  • Cornell’s Eva Steiner on REIT Capital Structures

    "We find that the use of unsecured debt by REIT managers is associated with lower leverage and higher remaining debt capacity. This improves financial flexibility and supports firm value."

  • Cydney Donnell

    "Boards need to do a better and more effective job of creating diversity—not just of gender, but diversity of thought, experience, skill sets and age."

  • AGNC Takes Low-Cost Approach to MBS

    AGNC offers investors a twofold value proposition: expertise in the agency mortgage market and strategies for risk management and hedging.

  • Key Statistics From the Public Non-listed REIT Sector in 2017

  • How Will U.S. Malls Evolve Over the Next Decade?

    "Retail centers are evolving into destinations that offer consumers a fresh and engaging journey that mixes a variety of offerings not historically found at malls."

  • Names to Note

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