Gale applauds REITs for improving the CRE industry reputation through transparency.
AvalonBay's Bryce Blair highlights REITs' resiliency and perseverence over time.
Michael Knott of Green Street Advisors dissects the New York office market.
Kalorama's Brian Gill says opportunity exists if you know where to look.
Greater share of commercial real estate should be held in public hands, according to Stifel's Tom Robinson.
Mark Decker, Sr. reflects on the industry's evolution.
Citigroup's Thomas Flexner says REITs are in a "third wave" of equity offerings providing fresh capital for acquisitions.
Brad Case Discusses REIT Outperformance Through Sept. 30 2010
Hilton Worldwide CEO Chris Nassetta looks at the public-private real estate dynamic.
Goodwin Procter's Gil Menna says the remarkable REIT run was punctuated by the equity offerings of the past 18 months.
R. Scot Sellers of Archstone relates his experience on the public and private side of REITs.
Public capital is available for "high-quality management" teams, according to Lazard's Lustig.
Martin Cohen and Robert Steers have seen their belief in real estate investment through REITs validated.
Around since the industry's inception, tax attorney Morris Kramer shares his insights into the past 50 years of REIT history.
Mike Kirby explains why he has no doubt that REITs are the best way to invest in commercial real estate.
Cedrik Lachance looks at the impact the economy has had on the mall sector.
Vornado Chairman Steven Roth says the past 50 years have proven "REITs are for real."
Martin Cohen and Robert Steers discuss globalization, REIT IPOs and the value of long-term goals.
As a member of NAREIT's executive committee, Don Wood of Federal Realty knows first-hand the role NAREIT plays in advancing the industry's objectives.