NAREIT's Brad Case says mortgage REITs have raised capital and stand to benefit from GSE reform.
Inland's Dan Goodwin says longevity is all about shareholder results.
BOMA's Henry Chamberlain says owners are deferring major building projects.
Prudential's David Twardock advises policymakers on fixing Fannie and Freddie.
Mary Cunnigham of CDEC says financial markets depressing 1031 exchanges.
E&Y's Matthew Williams says real estate companies have adjusted to IFRS.
CNL's Steven Shackelford discusses trends in non-listed space.
Tim Callahan of Callahan Capital Partners says debt markets are opening.
Global Logistic Properties' Jeff Schwartz discusses his market-leading position.
SL Green's Andy Levine says subordinated lending gaining strength among public REITs.
EPRA's Gareth Lewis says adoption of IFRS has shifted to best practices phase.
Community Development Trust's John Divers says government programs kept capital flowing.
Vornado's Sukanya Paciorek says the company takes comprehensive approach to sustainability.
REIT Funding President Charles Harrison says funding levels approaching pre-recession levels.
APG Asset Management's Suzanne Sorkin applauds the industry's transparency.
Peers encouraged to work together to solve sustainability issues.
NAREIT's Brad Case says REIT shares have risen over 200 percent since March 2009.
RREEF's Alan Billingsley sees consumer, housing, fiscal government woes preventing strong rebound.
Mitchell Sabshon says commercial pricing has tilted in favor of sellers.
Michael Zatz says Leader in the Light program recognizes industry's energy usage role models.