Corporate Real Estate - National
Pure Play. InvenTrust’s Tom McGuinness Goes All In on Retail
Tom McGuinness learned at an early age that real estate can be profitable. His parents purchased his childhood home in 1960 for $15,000. When they sold it 20 years later, the value had appreciated to $150,000. The lesson wasn’t lost on the future CEO.
Crystal Ball: Executives Size Up CRE Predictions
Forecasting market trends is a universal—and vital—exercise in commercial real estate, and throughout the decades, industry leaders have often provided smart predictions that have enabled their companies to capitalize on changing conditions and steer clear of hazards, as well.
Turnaround Titan: VEREIT’s Glenn Rufrano Thrives on the Industry’s Toughest Cases
At a stage in his career when executives often look to lessen their workloads, Glenn Rufrano decided to take on one of the biggest challenges of his professional life: becoming the CEO of the net-lease REIT American Realty Capital Properties Inc. (ARCP).