The Voice Of Real Estate,An Engine Of Our Economy
Our Mission
The Real Estate Roundtable brings together leaders of the nation’s top publicly-held and privately-owned real estate ownership, development, lending, and management firms with the leaders of major national real estate trade associations to jointly address key national policy issues relating to real estate and the overall economy.
Explore Our Policy Issues

The Real Estate Roundtable’s business and trade association leaders identify, analyze, and coordinate positions on public policies to ensure a cohesive industry voice is heard by government officials and the public.

We remain committed to advocating for national policies that support economic stability, job expansion, and long-term economic growth.

Spotlight
Roundtable and Nareit Comment on National Definition for a “Zero Emissions Building”
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RER President and CEO Jeffrey DeBoer Recognized with Commercial Property Executive’s Lifetime Achievement Award
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Roundtable Weekly
TOP STORIES
Federal Reserve Supervisors Focused on Banks’ CRE Lending Risk
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Roundtable and Housing Affordability Coalition Urge Senate to Pass Tax Package
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Key Regulators View Banks’ Office Loan Concentrations as Manageable Risk
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U.S. Appeals Court Blocks Law Restricting Foreign Investment in Florida Real Estate
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Bipartisan Tax Package with LIHTC and Business Provisions Passes House; Senate Challenges Ahead
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Roundtable and Nareit Comment on National Definition for a “Zero Emissions Building”
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Senator Joe Manchin and Financier Michael Milken Among Roundtable’s SOI Meeting Guests
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Roundtable SOI Meeting Spotlights Monetary Policy, Liquidity, and Capital
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Meeting Information

Members can click below for information on our upcoming Roundtable and policy advisory committee meetings.

Commercial Real Estate & The Economy

See statistics that show how the real estate industry supports economic growth, millions of jobs and billions in economic development, local property and school taxes, and contributions to Americans’ retirement savings.