During the first day of REITworld: 2019 annual conference in Los Angeles, a panel of Nareit experts previewed the 2020 congressional elections and provided updates on key legislative items.
REIT executives, industry analysts, and portfolio managers gathered to discuss the state of the industry during a lunch general session on the first day of REITworld: 2019 Annual Conference in Los Angeles.
Moderated by A. William Stein, CEO of Digital Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: DLR), topics under consideration included the economy, mergers and acquisitions (M&A), valuations, and industry disrupters.
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Police have been investigating a string of appliance thefts dating back to January 2018.
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“This settlement fires a warning shot across the bow of any landlord in America who blanketly refuses to rent apartments to people with criminal justice involvement,” an advocacy group says.
The move is an effort to “depressurize” social media. But not everyone likes the idea.
NAR teams up with Missouri’s Columbia College to build on the legacy of REALTOR® University.
So what’s holding them back? NAR’s “2019 Profile of Buyers and Sellers” report expands this year to include an overview of this aspiring group of buyers.