Brad Case discusses REITs' November Performance.
Raymond James' Paul Puryear sees real estate fundamentals heading in right direction.
Corporate Office Properties Trust CEO Rand Griffin says demand is driving aggressive development activity.
CEO Ed Pettinella expects Home Properties to do $250-$400 million in deals in 2011, following $400 million in 2010.
Inland Real Estate Corporation expects solid recovery and increased asset growth in 2011.
Finding quality acquisitions rare, DDR pursues alternative growth strategies.
EPRA CEO Philip Charls looks at listed real estate opportunities across Europe.
REITs have proven ability to survive and thrive in any economy.
Unibail-Rodamco's Poitrinal expects more listed real estate companies across Europe.
Nearly all U.S. loans remain government guaranteed, mortgage REIT CEO Farrell says.
Brookfield's Clark discusses office exclusivity.
Vivek Seth says distressed asset holders can wait to sell.
Doug Crocker says REITs have brought legitimacy to real estate investment.
Duke Realty CEO says slowdown in development appears to be ending.
Vornado's Fascitelli says lower leverage will become the norm.
Trevor Bond discusses handling liquidity influx.
Wrapping up the second day from REITWorld 2010.
Marty Cicco says more real estate will be publicly held.
Ric Campo of Camden Property Trust discusses the current U.S. Renter Nation.
Hamid Moghadam says the industrial sector is recovering well after two year struggle.