Armada Hoffler’s Louis Haddad says development pipeline at historically high level.
American Assets Trust’s John Chamberlain sees acquisitions as overly expensive.
Hospitality Properties Trust’s John Murray says muted supply remains key to company’s growth.
Prudential’s Rick Romano says REITs should choose development rather than acquisitions.
Neuberger Berman’s Steve Shigekawa watching investor demand in private market.
Eaton Vance’s J. Scott Craig says REIT leverage levels drifting slightly higher.
Goodwin Procter’s Ettore Santucci skeptical about REIT IPO increase in 2015.
INVESCO’s Paul Curbo says REITs face challenges in acquisition market.
Steven Marks of Fitch Ratings says REITs buying back stock “not as accretive” in current market.
David Blackman of Government Properties Income Trust highlights “aggressive” asset pricing.
Mark Decker Sr. of BMO Capital Markets says REITs still “small part of a much greater whole.”
Preferred Apartment CEO John Williams sees widespread demand for multifamily housing.
BMO’s Paul Adornato keeping close eye on REIT development activity in 2015.
Kite Realty’s John Kite says company “loved” Inland Diversified’s real estate, spurring merger.
Morgan Stanley’s Seth Weintrob expects continued M&A activity in retail sector.
Chilton Capital’s Matt Werner sees deal opportunities in mall, lodging sectors.
Raymond James’ Vivek Seth expects increased recognition of real estate to boost capital flows.
Bluerock Residential CEO Ramin Kamfar discusses company’s strategy of targeting value-add opportunities.
Matt Wokasch of Green Street says companies monetizing value of real estate holdings.
Moody’s Merrie Frankel discusses increase in REITs pursuing investment-grade ratings.