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Doug Donatelli of First Potomac Realty Trust looks at the company's acquisition opportunities going forward.
Fraser Hughes of the European Public Real Estate Association offers his thoughts on Greece and the European property markets.
In the May edition of Word on the Beach, Green Street Advisors' Andy McCulloch looks at apartment sector trends.
Richard Ziman talks about his planned blind-pool IPO as well as the Southern California real estate market.
Doug Donatelli discusses the advantages of First Potomac Realty Trust's focus on the Washington, D.C. region.
NAREIT's Brad Case looks at REIT performance over the first four months of 2010 and over the longer term.
Roberto Fitzgerald of the Property Council of Australia looks at the environment facing Australian REITs.
Morgan Stanley's Guy Metcalfe discusses the health of real estate capital markets.
Federal Realty's Don Wood discusses retail sector fundamentals as well as his expectations for M&A activity.
Seth Weintrob of Morgan Stanley says demand is strong for well-structured REIT IPOs and that he expects acquisitions to ramp up.
Jim Thomas talks about Thomas Properties Group's green initiatives.
US Bank SVP Jeff Jacobson talks about the lending market for REITs.
Bob Steers looks at REIT IPOs, M&A activity and the advantages listed REITs holds over private alternatives.
Michael Brooks of REALPAC discusses the current state of the Canadian REIT market and prospects for 2010.
Howard Nusbaum of the American Resort Development Association explores some of the major challenges facing his members.
Lawrence Pobuda of The Stewart Lawrence Group and NAIOP discusses trends in commercial real estate development.
David Twardock of Prudential Mortgage Capital Company discusses the advantages of investing in public real estate securities.
Robert Zerbst of CB Richard Ellis talks about the firm's global investment expansion as well as the REIT market going forward
Bobby Taubman says the advent of the public capital markets in real estate has been the most important change of the last 50 years.