Real Estate Thinking, Outside the Box: NAREIM's Year in Review
NAREIM challenges its members to think outside the box. To share their intelligence with peers in an open, intimate environment. To push the boundaries of operational and management thought leadership.
At the¬†NAREIM Asset & Portfolio Management Meeting in April, we were fortunate to speak with Paul Meadows, the CEO of Atlanta Beltline Inc. Over the last few years, his group has transformed some of the most troubled, overlooked and discounted n
NAREIM CEO on The Real Estate Hour with Sam Chandon
Click here to listen in on discussion of real estate markets and changing use of space with NAREIM CEO Gunnar Branson and Sam Chandon. ¬†Originally aired on Sirius XM Channel 111, Business Radio Powered by the Wharton School March 27, 2017
NAREIM Board Member Preston Sargent to Lead Bailard Real Estate
FOSTER CITY, CALIFORNIA, August 6, 2014 ‚Äî Bailard, Inc. is pleased to announce Preston Sargent as President and Chief Executive Officer of the firm‚Äôs private equity real estate vehicle. In his role, Preston will head the Bailard real estate team,
Real estate matters‚Ä¶quite a bit more than many people assume.¬† Not only does real estate account for a full fifth of the gross domestic product, it is the infrastructure, ecosystem, and structure for a fully functioning economy.¬† The boxes we def
Financial Modeling Course at Georgetown University - Open to NAREIM Members
If any of your associates need to brush up their financial modeling skills,¬†Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business¬†and¬†Real Estate Financial Modeling (REFM)¬†are offering a course on¬†Microsoft Excel-Based Real Estate Financial
Staying Positive: A NAREIM Godfather Dinner with Dave Henry
In October, rising leaders from NAREIM member firms gathered at the Bull Moose Room of Keen‚Äôs Steakhouse, where notable American leaders such as Theodore Roosevelt, Adlai Stevenson, and General MacArthur hung their pipes a century or more ago to me
‚ÄúThe dogmas of the quiet past, are inadequate to the stormy present. the occasion is piled high with difficulty, and we must rise‚Äîwith the occasion. as our case is new, so we must think anew, and act anew.‚
In 1660, the Royal Society of London was established to create an environment where natural philosophers and scientists could come together, present new ideas, review them critically, and advance the understanding of science broadly.