In a competitive market for acquisitions, retail REIT is buying without raising leverage, according to CEO Ken Bernstein.
Joey Agree of Agree Realty discusses 20th anniversary of company listing on NYSE.
Green Street’s D.J. Busch discusses mall REITs’ strategies for competing with online retailers.
Steve Buller of Fidelity Investments explains his “superfecta” for evaluating global real estate.
EdR’s Randy Churchey hopeful company can enter more major development deals with universities.
Brixmor CEO Michael Carroll says growth in rental rates expected.
Liberty Property Trust CEO Bill Hankowsky discusses benefits of going public in 1994.
DCT CEO Phil Hawkins discusses company’s effort to pare down its portfolio.
Howard Hughes Corp.’s Herlitz discusses company’s philosophy toward development.
Home Properties’ Pettinella talks about company’s transformation since listing.
Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust Chairman and CEO Jon Wheeler discusses focus on secondary, tertiary markets.
BMO’s Paul Adornato watching development trends for remainder of 2014.
Heitman’s Tim Pire says lodging, suburban office sectors could surprise in second half.
Green Street’s Frankel keeping watch on supply levels in response to strong demand.
After buying “flagship” Atlanta hotel, CEO Drew Sims looking for at least one more acquisition in 2014.
Sophia Banar of Forum Securities says emerging markets taking on greater appeal.
Ramco-Gershenson CEO discusses company's development, redevelopment efforts.
Trepp senior managing director Susan Persin expects IPO activity to be sustained.
COO Laurie Hawkes and CEO Stephen Schmitz say demand for single-family housing remains “excellent.”
University of Denver professor Glenn Mueller discusses effect of indexing on REITs.