More stories about REITs

  • Two More REITs Give Yield Management a Go

    Two of the smallest publicly traded REITs recently decided to get on board with yield management.

  • UK Board Approves EDR Deal

    The deal that could change student housing is now official. On Tuesday, the University of Kentucky Board of Trustees unanimously approved a 50-year ground lease with Memphis, Tenn.–based Education Realty Trust. The approval allows the student housing REIT to begin the first phase of the...

  • Behringer Harvard CEO Aisner Addresses Questions

    Behringer Harvard has recieved some bad press in the last month. Robert S. (Bob) Aisner, president and CEO dicsusses those issues with Multifamily Executive.

  • Revamping Your Website

    These three industry giants have reaped the returns of retooling their websites into multitransactional platforms.

  • Two More REITs Announce Q4 Growth

    On Tuesday, two more REITs, BRE Properties and Associated Estates Realty, hosted their fourth-quarter earnings conference calls. And there were no huge surprises.

  • Essex Reports Strong Fourth Quarter

    Essex Property Trust held its earnings conference call Feb. 2 to discuss fourth-quarter 2011 financials and what to expect in 2012. While the quarter wasn’t a home run, the company did exceed most analysts' expectations.

  • Biggest REITs Report Good Years

    Earlier today, the two largest apartment REITs, Chicago-based Equity Residential and Arlington, Va.–based AvalonBay Communities, talked about their fourth-quarter earnings and 2012 projections. The results didn’t disappoint.

  • 3 Things to Look for in Earnings Calls

    As the apartment REITs start to blitz analysts and investors with their fourth-quarter earnings calls over the next couple of weeks, the irony is that the previous period may be the last thing on the minds of those industry watchers. With seasonality playing a large role in the results from the...

  • Institutional Investors Hot on Revenue Management Adoption

    Institutional investors are adopting apartment revenue management technologies at increasing rates.

  • Analysts Supportive of Equity's Recent Move in Archstone Sale

    Last week’s announcement by Chicago-based Equity Residential (EQR) that it entered into an agreement to spend $1.325 billion in cash for a 26.5 percent ownership interest in Denver-based Archstone, which owns 48,922 units and has 1,332 units under construction, took some people by surprise.