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Consumers will hit inflection point in 2011, says PREIT's Glickman.
Bill Hankowsky says diversifying by product, market, tenant base good offense and defense.
The future of the REIT industry is tied to globalization.
Kilroy Realty seeing fundamentals turn, occupancy rising.
First Industrial's Bruce Duncan says rate increases still a year or two away.
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.