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REIT investors are likely valuing REIT stocks based on expected future earnings and favorable acquisition opportunities.
Australian REITs have reinvented themselves over the past two years, says Peter Verwer, chief executive of the Property Council of Australia.
4IP Management's Claudia Reich Floyd says liquidity is attracting European institutions to the REIT market.
For Gladstone Commercial Corporation, having a diversified tenant base kept occupancy around 97% during downturn.
Cogdell Spencer's decision to go public expanded its access to capital and fueled its growth as a leading medical office player.
Kite Realty's John Kite says now that fundamentals are improving, his company is once again eyeing development.
Hersha Hospitality's Jay Shah says lingering debt market questions may impact transaction volume and price appreciation well into 2011.
With no '10 tenant bankruptcies and fundamentals up, Glimcher Realty's Michael Glimcher is more optimistic than ever.
Michael Hudgins says institutions in search of liquidty and diversification are heading to REITs.
Driven by stellar management, REITs are primed to outperform.
Inland Western Retail Real Estate Trust on handling retailer bankruptcies.
Chesapeake Lodging has found good deals and strong fundamentals in its first six months.
Weingarten Realty Investors has built its value by focusing on value-oriented retail tenants.
Jim Pelts of William Harris Investors says his firm utilized the arbitrage between the public and private markets.
Cydney Donnell of Texas A&M University shares her views on why REITs are such a valuable investment.
Morningstar's Jason Ren says a full-on recovery needs job growth first.
Jeffrey Friedman of Associated Estates Realty Corp. explains his company's outlook.
Broadstone Net Lease's CEO Amy Tait is finding 'gems in the trash.'
Larry Gellerstedt talks about his first year as CEO of Cousins Properties.
For Sam Zell, the fundamentals still rule the REIT market.