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Bill Levy Santa Barbara

IGF Partners LLC, Senior Advisor

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Bill Levy Santa Barbara | Net lease market remains strong, even with VEREIT’s (ARCP) exit.

VEREIT’s business plan, released last August, proposes to cut between $1.8 billion and $2.2 billion of worth of assets from its portfolio by the end of the year. The REIT has already made significant headway toward that goal, completing dispositions valued at $1.4 billion as of last Dec. 31.

“We don’t see a market pushback to our strategy,” said Glenn Rufrano, VEREIT’s CEO. Since the beginning of the year, REITs have slipped 4 percent to 5 percent on the RMZ and RMS indices, but the net lease sector (in which VEREIT participates) is up 5 percent. “As people look to invest, they’re gravitating towards safety, and the public markets indicate that’s net lease,” Rufrano asserted.

Bill Levy, Santa Barbara

IGF Partners, LLC, Senior Advisor

http://www.igfpartners.com

(800) 969-9584

 

Bill Levy Santa Barbara | The Best Reason To Invest In Real Estate Today

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Bill Levy Santa Barbara – Fed’s next move. Read on…

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/02/09/from-zirp-to-nirp-whats-the-feds-next-move.html
http://www.cnbc.com/jeff-cox/

Bill Levy Santa Barbara | Poll: Should the Fed go to negative rates?

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/02/11/poll-should-the-fed-go-to-negative-rates.html

Bill Levy Santa Barbara | Blackstone, Carlyle Split on Buybacks After Stocks Plummet

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-02-10/blackstone-carlyle-split-on-stock-buybacks-after-shares-plummet

Bill Levy Santa Barbara | Subprime auto loans, delinquencies rising: Experian

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/02/09/subprime-auto-loans-delinquencies-keep-rising-experian-report-shows.html