Adjunct Professor & Thesis Advisor Real Estate Investment Trusts At Georgetown University
I have known Brad for over 10 years and during that time he has been singularly focused on identifying the best REIT ideas for his readers. For the past eight years I’ve been teaching a “pure-play” graduate course on public REITs at Georgetown University drawing on my 20+ years as an executive for two big cap REITs. I assign Brad’s book as the textbook for all my REIT classes. You won’t find a more dedicated, or prolific, REIT analyst and real estate journalist.
Co-Founder of FAST Graphs
As the author of numerous books and author of an untold number of research articles on REITs validates the fact that Brad Thomas eats, sleeps and drinks real estate investing. As a result, he has clearly established himself as a leading expert in this space. Brad understands how and why a REIT gets its value. More importantly, he also understands how a REIT delivers value to its investors. Personally, I wouldn’t think about investing in a REIT for myself or on behalf of my clients until I have first consulted with Brad.
President of the United States
Brad Thomas has a multilingual approach to real estate. He has built it, brokered it, sold it, invested in it, researched it, and now he’s telling it. Who can’t learn from his experience and that is why I consider The Intelligent REIT Investor to be a must have newsletter.
Cornell SC Johnson College of Business
Analyzing REIT investment opportunities can be complex. The Intelligent REIT Investor by Brad Thomas competently breaks the process into easy steps. While there are numerous books on similar topics, I have found none as engaging as The Intelligent REIT Investor. Especially the relevance and clarity of quantitative examples make the book compelling. I highly recommend Brad Thomas’s book for use in the classroom with undergraduate and graduate students alike.
Founder & CEO of ETS
When Brad speaks, people listen. He moves the needle when he writes and has become one of the most influential persons in the REIT world.
I remember when I first started buying DLR, everyone but Brad was bad mouthing it and saying that $70 and even $60 was just too much to pay for it. But Brad made the better case, and I bought it, and kept buying it. Its paid me increasing dividends and tons of capital gains.
thanks for the info as usual from my favorite author. thanks for your hard work and excellent advice
One word: excellent!
Brad your stories, I’m sorry, I mean articles on investing strategies are so enjoyable because of the way you draw readers in. If you don’t make it with the investing theme you would do great as a story teller. Thank you for making investing interested to the general public.