Ed Pettinella

Lone Star Secures Home, UDR Acquires 6 Properties
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Lone Star Secures Home, UDR Acquires 6 Properties

Long-rumored deal comes to fruition as another REIT goes private. Multifamily... More

Consolidation Intensifies in Multifamily Industry
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Consolidation Intensifies in Multifamily Industry

A decade after massive REIT privatization and consolidation, history is repeating... More

Has D.C. Bottomed Out Yet?
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Has D.C. Bottomed Out Yet?

Some REITs and analysts saw improvement in supply-soaked D.C. in 2014. But others... More

CEOs Optimistic About Upturn Momentum
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CEOs Optimistic About Upturn Momentum

Five of the industry's top CEOs give their perspective on "What inning are we in?" More

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Will Oversupply Threaten the Industry's Momentum?

Although there are several markets that will likely struggle with oversupply, industry leaders aren’t concerned about the more than 75,000 units that are expected to deliver before the end of this year, according to data from Dallas-based Axiometrics. The research firm also expects more than 222,000 units to come to fruition next year. More

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Top Execs: What is the Biggest Threat to Multifamily's Momentum?

Four of the industry's top execs—Cindy Clare, Rick Graf, Ed Pettinella, and Walt Smith—chime in on what they see as the biggest obstacles standing in the way of the multifamily industry's momentum. More

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Multifamily Heavyweights Debate GSE Reform

Five of the multifamily industry's top CEOs weighed in on the fate of the government-sponsored enterprises during the CEO Power Panel at this year's Multifamily Executive Conference. More

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Chief Executives Talk Leadership Lessons Learned Early

Rick Graf, Ed Pettinella and Tom Toomey describe the biggest lessons they've learned as company leaders. More

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Top CEOs Weigh In on Industry Threats

Three top multifamily CEOs weigh in on how the health of the multifamily market could be threatened. More

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Can the Private Sector Step Up if the GSEs Step Down?

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were there when the industry needed them most, but where will they be during the next downturn? More

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