News by Topic : Transactions

  • 6/20/2014

    Activist Shareholders Could Push for More REIT Deals, Cicco Says

    Marty Cicco

    Evercore Partners’ Marty Cicco says companies face operating challenges in single-family residential market.

  • 6/19/2014

    Off-Market Deals Benefitting ROIC, CEO Says

    ROIC’s Stuart Tanz discusses impact of S&P index inclusion.

  • 6/18/2014

    Gale Sees Greater Growth Opportunities in Development Over Acquisitions

    Barden Gale

    MREG executive says spreads between development and standing assets still “substantial.”

  • 6/13/2014

    DDR, Blackstone in Joint Venture to Buy Shopping Center Assets from ARCP

    DDR, Blackstone to acquire 76 shopping centers in transaction worth approximately $2 billion.

  • 6/11/2014

    Catchmark Timber CEO Says Company Flourishing Since IPO

    Jerry Barag

    Catchmark Timber's Jerry Barag discusses competition for acquisitions in timber market.

  • 6/3/2014

    Cafaro Says HCT Deal Enhances Ventas' Competitive Position

    Debra Cafaro

    Ventas' Debra Cafaro offers insight into how the health care REIT plans to further its international expansion.

  • 5/19/2014

    One, Not Done: New REIT CEOs

    After a year on the job, four REIT CEOs discuss lessons learned and obstacles overcome. John Case, Joseph Coradino, Raymond Gellein, Jr. and Doyle Simons say culture, communication and capital structures have been focal points in year one.

  • 5/19/2014

    RLJ Lodging Trust on a Recycling Roll

    RLJ Lodging Trust is taking on an agressive capital recylcing program. The hotel REIT sold a dozen assets in the first quarter of 2014 and is looking to boost its presence in ports of entry for international travelers.

  • 5/19/2014

    4 Quick Questions with Andrew Richard

    Andrew Richard is a managing director of Credit Suisse in the Investment Banking division.

  • 4/25/2014

    Green Street's Kirby Sees Value in Latest REIT Spinoffs

    Mike Kirby

    Green Street Advisors Chairman Mike Kirby counsels industry against overemphasizing growth.