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Acadia's Bernstein says grocery and discount-anchored centers in prime position.
Corporate Office Properties Trust CEO Rand Griffin says demand is driving aggressive development activity.
CEO Ed Pettinella expects Home Properties to do $250-$400 million in deals in 2011, following $400 million in 2010.
Inland Real Estate Corporation expects solid recovery and increased asset growth in 2011.
Finding quality acquisitions rare, DDR pursues alternative growth strategies.
Unibail-Rodamco's Poitrinal expects more listed real estate companies across Europe.
Nearly all U.S. loans remain government guaranteed, mortgage REIT CEO Farrell says.
Brookfield's Clark discusses office exclusivity.
The two longest-operating REITs tell their story: WRIT and PREIT.
Doug Crocker says REITs have brought legitimacy to real estate investment.