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CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at five stops that could be ready to pop in the second half of the year.
Why real estate investment trusts are a favorite among global investors, with CNBC's Diana Olick.
China's property slowdown is one of the top risks financial markets face this year, but there's one sector that may be immune: Asian real-estate investment trusts.
With expectations that the Fed will delay an interest rate hike, a good play now could be shares of real estate investment trusts.
DDR CEO Dan Hurwitz said too much blame gets put on what the store looks like, when often it's what's inside that's the problem.
With the Fed expected to raise rates, investors are souring on yield bets. Don't buy the Fed panic—stick with MLPs and REITs.
Ahead of the firm's listing at 1400 in Singapore, Chua Hsien Yang, CEO at Keppel DC REIT Management, introduces the data center real estate investment trust and its growth outlook.
Asian tourist spending is growing by double-digits in Europe, which is making European outlet malls attractive, explains Andrew Rich, Director at TH Real Estate, the fourth largest real estate fund manager globally.
Steve Brown, American Century Investments, discusses which factors are contributing to the strong performance of REITs.
Armed with the experience of dealing with 2003's SARS outbreak, people in Hong Kong have started taking the "highest precaution" against MERS, says George Hongchoy, CEO of The Link Management.
David Henry, Kimco Realty CEO, discusses how interest rate fear is impacting the REIT space, and talks about the strength of the American consumer.
Sears said it is exploring converting up to 300 stores to a real estate investment trust and offer it to shareholders through a rights offering.
CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer discuss Windstream's spin-off of assets into a publicly traded REIT.
CEO Christopher Nassetta says Hilton Worldwide is seriously considering spinning off its $13 billion in properties into a real estate investment trust.
Aren't secondary offerings negative for shareholders? Jim Cramer says that’s not always the case.
Some cities have cooled for single-family rentals, but investors are still gobbling up properties in other markets like Charlotte, North Carolina.
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