Jennifer Duell Popovec

Jennifer Duell
Popovec
Articles
Inaugural REIT Risk Report Highlights LTV Worry
Publically-traded REITs have identified the ability to acquire capital or financing as the biggest risks facing the sector.
Observers Say Concerns Over Multifamily Overbuilding are Overblown
After several years of little new apartment construction, development activity has ramped up. But industry experts aren’t worried about overbuilding.
Industrial Sector Attracts Big Money
Deals illustrate favorable pricing, confidence in sector’s future.
Capital Markets Have a Long Way to Go
Even though mortgage originations have increased annually since the credit crisis, capital markets are still far from normal.
More REIT Dividend Increases Coming
REITs are on track to achieve a year of impressive dividend increases.
When it Comes to REITs, Is Bigger Really Better?
A significant percentage of investors prefer to place their money in large cap REITs. That decision is short sighted, experts say.
Friedman: Household Formation, Not Job Growth, Key to Apartment Sector
Jeffrey I. Friedman, chairman, president and CEO of Associated Estates, chatted with REIT Insider, sharing his thoughts on weak job growth, future apartment demand, cap rates, potential overbuilding and REIT valuations.
Sullivan: Biggest Threat to REITs is Balance Sheet Complacency
REIT Insider sat down with Green Street's Jim Sullivan to get his take on the entire REIT sector.
Student Housing REITs Continue Development Focus
Student Housing REITs are the most active developers in the commercial property sector today.
NAREIT Evaluates New Sustainability Ranking Platform
NAREIT is evaluating a new sustainability ranking platform that would help its members to track their “green” efforts.
The Lowdown on Non-Traded REITs and FINRA
What does the potential FINRA Reg. 12-14 mean for non-traded REITs?
Manufactured Housing REITs Come Off the Sidelines
Manufactured housing REITs are aggressively seeking to expand their portfolios.
REIT Capital Recycling Programs Gain Traction
U.S. REITs are increasingly focused on capital recycling programs.
Lenders Eager to Take Back Trophy Assets
As markets improve, lenders are becoming more aggressive in trying to seize trophy assets from troubled borrowers.
Blocking and Tackling: Federal Realty Focuses on Fundamentals to Deliver Dividends
Federal Realty has emerged from the Great Recession as one of retail real estate's strongest REITs. Here's how.
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