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William King, former partner with Goodwin Procter, provides insights from someone whose career paralleled the REIT industry.
Sam Zell, chairman of Equity Group Investments, shares his insights on the past, present and future of REITs.
Ventas' Debra Cafaro, NAREIT chair, talks about the association's impact, the growth of the REIT industry and where things go from here.
Kimco's Milton Cooper reflects on the development of REITs over the past 50 years.
David Simon of Simon Property Group shares his thoughts on the anniversary of REITs and NAREIT.
Sept. 14, 2010 marked the beginning of the 50th anniversary year of celebration of the U.S. REIT industry. Fifty years ago, President Dwight D. Eisenhower signed legislation that created a new approach to income-producing real estate investment "“ a manner in which the best attributes of real estate and stock-based investment are combined.
In the first eight months of 2010, equity REIT returns increased nearly 14 percent.
Green Street Advisors analyst Steven Frankel discusses industrial sector fundamentals.
Meredith Despins gives an overview of NAREIT's outreach and education program for pension and endowment funds.
Independent third-party research conducted recently highlighted the importance of including REITs as a distinct asset allocation in various investment portfolios.
Brad Case compares REITs to other commercial real estate investments.
Jeremy Banoff of FPL Associates discusses NAREIT's annual compensation survey for 2010.
REIT investors are likely valuing REIT stocks based on expected future earnings and favorable acquisition opportunities.
Australian REITs have reinvented themselves over the past two years, says Peter Verwer, chief executive of the Property Council of Australia.
4IP Management's Claudia Reich Floyd says liquidity is attracting European institutions to the REIT market.
For Gladstone Commercial Corporation, having a diversified tenant base kept occupancy around 97% during downturn.
Cogdell Spencer's decision to go public expanded its access to capital and fueled its growth as a leading medical office player.
Kite Realty's John Kite says now that fundamentals are improving, his company is once again eyeing development.
Hersha Hospitality's Jay Shah says lingering debt market questions may impact transaction volume and price appreciation well into 2011.
With no '10 tenant bankruptcies and fundamentals up, Glimcher Realty's Michael Glimcher is more optimistic than ever.