Sarajian says REITs’ balance sheets healthy.
Mark Streeter says REIT industry continues to perform well from a credit perspective.
Greenberg Traurig’s Judith Fryer says market more accepting of non-listed REITs.
Mitchell Sabshon outlines plans underway to reenergize company.
Bob Lehman expresses concern about PCAOB proposals on auditor opinions, audit firm rotation.
D.J. Belock discusses his company’s strategy in making acquisitions.
Cicely LaMothe encourages companies to talk to SEC first before filing on unique reporting issues.
Hans Nordby says trends in distribution space, manufacturing boosting outlook in industrial sector.
PwC's Tom Wilkin says he senses “convergence fatigue” in meetings between FASB, IASB.
COO John Divers says REIT is one of the nation’s best-capitalized community investment organizations.
CEO says select-service hotel model has gained institutional and customer acceptance.
CEO Eric Bolton anticipates all synergy opportunities will be fully realized by 2015.
Ari Frankel says investors better understand link between sustainability and financial performance.
CEO Rick Matros sees strongest opportunities in senior housing segment.
Jay Leupp of Lazard Asset Management says earnings and economic growth bode well for REIT investors.
CEO Bruce Schanzer sees gains from re-leasing and reinvestment.
CEO Michael Barnello says supply-and-demand balance favors owners and operators.
CEO Randy Churchey says students forgoing off-campus living for new on-campus sites.
NAREIT’s Brad Case says broad gains across equity REIT sectors reflect increasing consumer confidence in economic recovery.
CEO Donald Wood says with cap rates contracted, sensible retail-centric acquisitions are scarce in current market.