Chilton’s Matthew Werner sees potential in lodging REITs.
NAREIT’s Calvin Schnure discusses the major themes in the U.S. economy and real estate at the start of 2017.
CEO Michael Barnello says balance sheet has LaSalle ready for future opportunities.
Peter Moglia of Alexandria Real Estate Equities says competition for assets validates business model.
NAREIT’s Brad Case discusses the signs of steady macroeconomic growth supporting market.
CEO John McRoberts says regulatory changes could benefit health care industry.
CEO Gary Wojtaszek says tenants growing more comfortable with longer leases.
CEO Ernest Rady says acquisitions market may become more accessible.
CEO Stuart Tanz says he expects fundamentals to remain intact into 2017.
CEO Jon Wheeler points to expansion of grocery retail chains as good sign for shopping center REITs.
CEO Chris Volk says STORE has developed balance sheet flexibility.
CEOs emphasize importance on both a personal and professional level.
Eric Frankel says development platforms have grown smaller, but more profitable.
CEOs share thoughts on hotel, retail, health care and industrial sectors.
CEO Nelson Mills “encouraged” by prospects for Washington, D.C.
CEO Greg Silvers says investments focus on the “experience economy.”
CEO Marshall Loeb says demand for infill sites has grown in last two years.
CEO Raymond Lewis describes skilled nursing market as “ripe for consolidation.”
CEO James Stewart says supply-and-demand dynamic for gaming and leisure in Las Vegas is “fantastic.”
Haendel St. Juste says near-term volatility here to stay for REITs.