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Agree Realty Corp. President & COO Joey Agree discusses how his company survived the downturn.
NAREIT's Brad Case says that two consecutive months of losses don't negate the industry's generally positive performance this year.
Patrick Sumner of Henderson Global Investors says REITs are positioned to take advantage of distressed sales.
Hossein Fateh of DuPont Fabros says investors are warming up to data centers.
Lee Thomas of Rayonier Inc. discusses the challenges of managing a timber REIT.
Mike Landy of UMH and Monmouth talks about acquisition opportunities and how occupancy is returning to affordable housing sector.
Net-lease is a profitable space for retailers and has delivered "continued, measured" growth for National Retail Properties.
Michael Ashner of Winthrop Realty Trust says demand exists for JV deals and the CMBS is essential and will return.
Dean Frankel says the biggest reason for optimism in CRE market is the lack of new supply.
Hap Stein of Regency Centers says grocery-anchored retail is cycle-resistant.
Portfolio manager Steve Brown says public REITs are the place to invest and that he is excited about market prospects.
Chatham Lodging Trust's Jeffrey Fisher reviews his company's first few months as a public REIT.
Professor David Shulman grades REITs on their performance during the economic downturn.
Francis Salway of Land Securities Group discusses the optimism around the UK office market.
Apollo CFO Stuart Rothstein discusses economic recovery with REIT.com
Rich Moore of RPC Capital Markets examines the retail and hotel sectors.
David Neithercut of Equity Residential looks at apartment fundamentals and how job growth could create an unprecedented opportunity.
Ratings outlook and lending environment update for listed REITs.
Extra Space CEO Spencer Kirk hails the resiliency of the self storage space.
Glenn Mueller says he does not expect a double-dip recession and that recovery will likely be seen in the industrial sector initially.