Citi’s Scott Eisen says commercial real estate lending in healthy position.
Land and Buildings founder says company prepared to stay in a stock for several years to achieve goals.
Duff & Phelps’ Ross Prindle expects “pull and tug” between lessors and lessees.
Sullivan says effects of retailers’ struggles on real estate valuations might be “overdone.”
NYSE’s Ron Bohlert previews first-ever REIT IR symposium.
Winston & Strawn’s Kenneth Betts highlights issues of interest to REIT investors.
PwC’s Adam Feuerstein also highlights main tax issues for subsidiary REITs.
EY’s Michelle Randall sees “mixed bag” of potential tax reform options on state level.
Proskauer Rose’s Peter Fass says loyalty of retail investors becoming apparent.
NAREIT’s Calvin Schnure points to benefits of REITs’ low leverage and high occupancy levels.
Venable partner Jim Hanks urges continued and enhanced shareholder engagement.
Goodwin Procter’s Gil Menna says REITs already offering high level of transparency.
REIT market total returns trail S&P 500 for first quarter.
REALPAC's Nancy Anderson says fundamentals healthy across most regions and asset classes.
QTS Realty’s Oliver Schmidt stresses need for alignment on determining key risks.
Equity Residential’s Mark Parrell stresses need for direct, candid conversation.
Philip Charls sees further opportunities to introduce REIT model in Europe.
CEO Michael Landy says company on a “virtuous cycle.”
CEO Mitchell Sabshon says Inland focusing on grocery and shadow-anchored retail.
CEO David Neithercut says 2017 transaction volume will moderate from previous year.