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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.
Public Storage CEO touts REIT investment as “good for America” and discusses three key industry legislative priorities.
Forest City's Jill Ziegler says timing is right for company's first sustainability report.
Brad Case, NAREIT’s senior vice president for research and industry information, offered an analysis of how the REIT market has performed so far in 2014.
GGP's Marti Smith says sustainability efforts well-received by stakeholders.
SNL's Keven Lindemann says REIT FFO growth on the rise.
Will Teichman, director of sustainability at Kimco Realty Corp., joined REIT.com for a video interview at NAREIT’s 2014 Leader in the Light Working Forum in San Francisco.
Cope Willis, director at PricewaterhouseCoopers, joined REIT.com for a video interview at NAREIT’s 2014 Leader in the Light Working Forum in San Francisco.
Rutgers University's Jennifer Senick witnessing heightened interest in portfolio performance.
Daniele Horton of Parkway Properties and Verdani Partners on improving efficiency of existing building stock.
Vornado Realty's Sukanya Paciorek sees sustainability efforts evolving beyond energy efficiency.
John Forester of REIT Management and Research discusses the company's current sustainability initiatives.
Equity One's Joe Lopez sees need to engage customers in sustainability.
Kilroy Realty's Sara Neff sees shift in expectations for green building.