News by Topic : Management

  • 3/5/2018

    Medical Properties Trust CEO Sees “Tremendous Opportunities” in U.S. and Europe

    CEO Edward Aldag says hospitals will be at the forefront of value-based care.

     

  • 1/26/2018

    John McCann, Former UDR CEO, Dies at Age 73

    McCann served as Nareit chair and won Industry Leadership Award.

  • 1/25/2018

    Names to Note: Jan/Feb 2018

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

  • 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.

  • 1/24/2018

    Outside of E-commerce, What Will Drive Industrial Real Estate Fundamentals?

    "While e-commerce is providing a huge secular tailwind to the industrial real estate marketplace, industrial properties are also benefiting from good economic growth globally as well as continued economic growth in the United States."

  • 1/19/2018

    How CEO Jim Risoleo Maintains a Fresh Perspective After 20 Years at Host Hotels & Resorts

    Jim Risoleo, CEO of Host Hotels & Resorts

    Self-avowed “people person” Jim Risoleo is now leading Host Hotels & Resorts after more than two decades with the company.

  • 1/18/2018

    HPET Preserving Affordable Housing as Competition Intensifies

    CEO Anne McCulloch says social-purpose REIT attractive to broad range of investors.

  • 1/11/2018

    Apple Hospitality Continuing to Source Deals in Competitive Environment

    Justin Knight

    CEO Justin Knight confident lodging REIT can expand its geographic footprint.

  • 1/11/2018

    National Retail Properties Focused on Direct, Off-Market Retail Relationships

    Julian Whitehurst

    CEO says off-market business providing stable acquisition pipeline.

  • 1/10/2018

    Leisure and Hospitality REIT VICI Properties Focused on Experiential Real Estate

    Ed Pitoniak

    CEO Ed Pitoniak says renewed wage growth will boost visits, spending.

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