News by Topic : Research
New research indicates that pension funds would have benefitted from increasing their allocations to stock exchange-listed Equity REITs.
73 percent of participants in the 2014 NAREIT Compensation Survey expect the size of their company’s workforce to increase overall in 2014 compared to 2013.
NAREIT’s Calvin Schnure says U.S. economy showing continued steady improvement.
Investors continue to show interest beyond established real estate markets, survey finds.
CEM Analyst Alex Beath stresses the importance of asset allocation decisions on returns.
Data from over 300 pension funds found listed equity REITs to be the top-performing asset class overall, with significantly lower fees than other real and alternative assets.
GRESB executive director Nils Kok sees REITs outperforming private equity in benchmark.
DLA Piper survey highlights abundant capital availability, low interest rates.
KPMG survey points to increased interest in Southeast, Midwest regions.
RERC quarterly report points to “precarious balance” between price and value.