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Ron Sturzenegger of Bank of America-Merrill Lynch says IPOs will be the prevalent trend in the REIT industry in 2010.
Don Suter of M3 Capital Partners discusses blind-pool REITs and the market for acquisitions in 2010.
Gazit-Globe Chairman Chaim Katzman looks at the global economic struggles and how his company adapted to a worldwide liquidity crisis.
Roger Platt of the U.S. Green Building Council discusses energy efficiency and the value to REITs and shareholders alike.
Industry veteran Marty Cicco looks at the climate for REIT M&A.
Goodwin Procter's Gil Menna looks at looming debt maturities, the future of the CMBS market and the importance of FIRPTA.
Ray Milnes of KPMG discusses the impact of potential changes to financial reporting for REITs.
Ron Sturzenegger of Bank of America-Merrill Lynch explores the positive and negative trends facing commercial real estate.
Charles Hazen of Hines REIT discusses how his company is adapting to the challenges in the real estate economy.
Ed Walter discusses Host Hotels & Resorts' prospects for acquisitions in 2010.
Jonathan Litt of Land and Buildings Investment Management offers his outlook on REITs for 2010.
The editors of REIT magazine look at what's inside the January/February issue.
NAREIT's Brad Case looks at the long-term strength of REIT returns and what will drive continued REIT success.
Green Street Advisors Chairman Mike Kirby looks at the reasons why REITs should maintain low levels of leverage.
Kenneth Bernstein, president and CEO of Acadia Realty Trust, looks at his company's prospects for 2010.
SNL Financial's Keven Lindemann looks at REITs' use of leverage.
Craig Leupold of Green Street Advisors looks at the opportunities for REITs in 2010.
NAREIT event offers REITs collaborative forum to learn best practices from peers.
Participants in Leader in the Light Working Forum discuss sustainability best practices, insights.
Mark Decker of Robert W. Baird & Co. looks at how the REIT industry has evolved and what lies ahead.