Ric Campo

5 Execs on What's Ahead for 2017
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5 Execs on What's Ahead for 2017

Five executives share their takes on the market, including their predictions,... More

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Camden Posts Revenue Decline in Houston Amid Oil Slump

Houston-based apartment firm's strong second quarter weighed own by oil slump in its own backyard. More

2016 Economic Outlook: Rent Growth
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2016 Economic Outlook: Rent Growth

Rent growth should remain strong at above-average rates this year, but a... 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

5 REIT Takeout Candidates
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5 REIT Takeout Candidates

A couple of months ago, Green Street Advisors rated the likelihood of various... More

Can Lower Oil Prices Help Push Rents?
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Can Lower Oil Prices Help Push Rents?

While apartment owners see another tailwind from lower oil prices, analysts wonder... More

Gas Prices Could Weigh on Texas Starts
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Gas Prices Could Weigh on Texas Starts

The effect on Texas, which represents about 20 percent of the nation's new... More

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Camden's Off to Good 2012 Start, Will Keep Pushing Rents

When reporting its first quarter 2012 earnings on Friday, Houston-based Camden Property Trust said that renter nation has led it to a great start in 2012. Camden saw its best quarterly same property net operating income (NOI) growth rate in the past 15 years. And same property NOI for the company’s 47,724 units increased 9.6 percent from the first quarter of 2011. More

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2011 REIT Executive Compensation per Unit

Our breakdown of executive compensation among public REITs highlights the per-unit salaries the companies' top earners pulled in last year. More

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Multifamily Dispositions Move to By-the-Pound Pricing

While cap-rate centric institutional buyers mindful of market fundamentals are balking at cap rate compression, opportunistic private investors and opportunity funds with aggressive yield expectations and the underwriting to match are standing 20 and 30 bidders deep to pay what the market demands on a price-per-unit and price-per-square-foot basis. More

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