News by Topic : Industry performance

  • 1/11/2016

    Real Estate Fundamentals in “Great Shape,” Says Analyst

    Capital One’s Chris Lucas sees narrowing of public-private market valuation gap.

  • 1/7/2016

    Did You Have the Impression that 2015 Was a Bad Year for REITs? Guess Again.

    Anybody could be forgiven for having the impression that 2015 was a bad year for REIT investors.  It was full of headlines about the impending increase in interest rates, and equally full of speculation that the Fed’s action would spell trouble for real estate. But REITs—especially the market-dominating equity REITs—outperformed during 2015.  Does that surprise you?  It shouldn’t:

  • 12/10/2015

    Green Street Projects Real Estate Pricing Adjustment in 2016

    Valuations have become “fairly expensive,” says Green Street’s Andy McCulloch.

  • 12/2/2015

    Quick Study: Investor Uncertainty Produces Quiet Month for REITs

    Brad Case

    NAREIT’s Brad Case says investors waiting for more information on economy, Fed policy. 

  • 11/30/2015

    REIT Analyst Sees Interest Rates, Privatizations Remaining on Radar

    BB&T’s David Toti expects REIT acquisition activity to slow in 2016.

  • 11/30/2015

    NAREIT 2016 Chair Sees Solid REIT Fundamentals Continuing Into 2016

    Highwoods CEO Ed Fritsch highlights importance of communicating REIT benefits.

  • 11/23/2015

    Green Street’s Sullivan says REIT Spinoffs Fueled by High Prices, Wide Earnings Multiples

    Jim Sullivan urges companies considering REIT spinoffs to understand their real estate.

  • 11/23/2015

    Fundamentally Speaking: NAREIT T-Tracker Shows Solid REIT Performance

    NAREIT’s Calvin Schnure says REITs immune to “choppy” economic fundamentals.

  • 11/12/2015

    Nareit T-Tracker Shows Steady Improvement in REIT Operating Performance

    T-Tracker reports 13.1 percent FFO growth in third quarter from year-earlier period.

  • 11/10/2015

    A Changing Standard For REITs

    Change will again be a major theme in our industry in the coming year. 

Pages