Magazine article Real Estate Issues

Editor's Statement

Magazine article Real Estate Issues

Editor's Statement

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As the adage goes, "All good things must come to an end." And so, it is with regret I announce that Faye Porter, managing editor, has decided to end her tenure with Real Estate Issues, after an almost 12-year affiliation with The Counselors. It is also an appropriate time to announce that in the near future I will be vacating the position of editor in chief. The timing of our departure is unrelated: for me, it is simply the "right time"; for Faye, there is a desire for more "non-working time" in her life, as she also has a full-time position with another association publication. As we pass the baton, I feel compelled to reflect on the last few years.

Evolution ... When I became editor in chief in 1999, I inherited a publication with a rich 24-year history-a solid foundation upon which to build. Faye and I quickly recognized that we shared a common vision, enthusiasm, and commitment to REI. Fortunately, we have been blessed with supportive and dedicated editorial boards that have embodied the same innovative spirit and objectives.

Innovation...Changes initiated were of both form and substance. The format has seen the establishment of a branded look for REI as well as the addition of two new departments that appear regularly at the end of each issue. "Insiders' Perspectives" consist of timely discussions on key industry issues. Experts in those fields have honored REI with their commitment to author the columns on a consistent basis, including CREs Hugh Kelly, Ray Torto, Ken Riggs, Brick Howe, Bj orn Hanson, and nonmember experts Peter Korpacz, Dale Reiss, Sam Zell, Robin Panovka, and Jack Corgel. …

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