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President Ella Neyland sees “huge” inventory of potential acquisitions.
Cap rates heading lower in New York, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., says CEO Albert Behler.
Fund manager Sherry Rexroad says monetary policy exerting significant influence around the world.
CEO David Gladstone says rents continue to rise.
CEO Eric Bolton says apartment sector continuing to attract investment capital.
“Compelling” acquisition opportunities exist, according to CEO Doug Brien.
CEO Thomas Nolan says net lease market dynamics remain positive.
CEO Randy Churchey expects REITs to increase their share of student housing market.
CEO Ramin Kamfar says development to make up about a third of company’s portfolio.
CEO David Schulte sees annual dividend growth of 3 percent to 5 percent.
CEO Benjamin Butcher expects acquisition volume to increase in coming years.
CEO Andrew Sims says REIT taking disciplined approach to acquisitions.
CEO Thomas McGuinness looking to develop hub-and-spoke retail portfolio.
Jeffrey Fisher says portfolio largely insulated from new supply concerns.
Jerry Barag says timber prices likely to accelerate modestly for remainder of 2015.
Michael Glimcher says merged company’s leasing, personnel and redevelopment among keys to success.
David de la Rosa of Green Street Advisors on the development of Mexican REITs.
Nashville, Pittsburgh among best markets, according to UMH CEO Sam Landy.
Supply and demand still favorable on West Coast, according to Michael Schall of Essex Property Trust.
Retiring CEO David Henry discusses plans to make succession process “easy for the market.”