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HCP Chairman and CEO Jay Flaherty, III looks at the strength of his company's balance sheet and where he plans to look for acquisitions.
The Townsend Group's Anatole Pevnev talks about how a more mature REIT industry survived the recession and where REITs stand with institutions.
David Henry says REITs will likely seek institutional partners going forward.
Mark Howard-Johnson of Occom Capital discusses reasons why REITs' volatility still worries institutions.
Rayonier's Lee Thomas discusses the steps his company has taken to solidify its balance sheet.
At REITWorld 2009, APREA CEO Peter Mitchell offers his outlook on the Asian REIT market for 2010.
Hans Nordby of Property & Portfolio Research talks about the enhanced role REITs are playing for institutions.
Philip Charls, CEO of the European Public Real Estate Association, looks at the state of REITs in Europe.
EQR's David Neithercut discusses multifamily fundamentals and how his company is positioned for 2010.
Steve Buller, portfolio manager for Fidelity Investments, discusses institutional investors' appetite for REITs.
Ross Nussbaum of UBS Equities Research says after securing their balance sheets the focus is now on growth for REITs.
Invesco's Paul Curbo discusses prospects for REITs as fund managers.
Ventas' Debra Cafaro discusses her outlook for the REIT market in 2010.
NAREIM President Steve Renna discusses the issues impacting the health of the banking system.
NAREIT's Brad Case looks at the impact a transaction volume will have on the CRE market as a whole and REITs specifically.
Jackson Hsieh looks at why government stimulus programs have not had a dramatic impact on CRE as of yet.
The pricing gap between buyers and sellers is shrinking. MIT's David Geltner explains why and what this means for deal volume.
UDR President and CEO Tom Toomey details his company's growth strategy.
UDR's Tom Toomey talks the role technology plays at his company and in the real estate industry going forward.
Green Street's Jim Sullivan compares REIT share prices to the value of their underlying property portfolios.