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NAREIT’s Brad Case says investors waiting for more information on economy, Fed policy.
APG's Mary Hogan says REITs will become a “have-to-own” sector.
CEO Michael Schall says growth in commutable suburban markets outpacing urban markets.
CEO John Case expects occupancy levels remaining around 98 percent.
CEO Lauralee Martin sees opportunities in medical office, life science segments.
BB&T’s David Toti expects REIT acquisition activity to slow in 2016.
CEO David Neithercut says Equity Residential taking cautious approach to development.
Highwoods CEO Ed Fritsch highlights importance of communicating REIT benefits.
Barclays’ Scott Schaevitz sees limited scope for IPOs in 2016.
CEO Denny Oklak sees “more runway left” in industrial REIT sector.
Jim Sullivan urges companies considering REIT spinoffs to understand their real estate.
CEO Amy Tait says private REIT expects net lease acquisition activity to remain elevated.
NAREIT’s Calvin Schnure says REITs immune to “choppy” economic fundamentals.
CEO Bill Bayless highlights stability of cash flow for student housing REIT.
LaSalle Hotel Properties CEO Michael Barnello discusses impact of Airbnb on lodging business.
CEO Gary Wojtaszek says interconnection services growing at a rate of 30 percent per year.
CEO Roger Waesche says development remains the engine of growth.
CEO Donald Wood highlights growth of REITs as a mainstream investment.
CEO Debra Cafaro discusses the firm's sustainability platform.
CEO Mark Alfieri says dense, urban locations will “stand the test of time.”