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Jeffrey Fisher says portfolio largely insulated from new supply concerns.
Jerry Barag says timber prices likely to accelerate modestly for remainder of 2015.
Michael Glimcher says merged company’s leasing, personnel and redevelopment among keys to success.
David de la Rosa of Green Street Advisors on the development of Mexican REITs.
Nashville, Pittsburgh among best markets, according to UMH CEO Sam Landy.
Supply and demand still favorable on West Coast, according to Michael Schall of Essex Property Trust.
Retiring CEO David Henry discusses plans to make succession process “easy for the market.”
CEO Gordon DuGan says long-term financing a key to company’s future success.
Paul Pittman of Farmland Partners says global food demand is key factor driving land values higher.
CEO Stuart Tanz sees plentiful acquisition opportunities.
CEO Joseph Coradino says REIT focusing on selling lower-productivity malls.
Green Street’s Jason White says development facing resistance from municipalities.
CEO Rip Gellein on the appeal of Austin market.
CEO Nelson Mills says San Francisco, New York markets robust.
Fidelity’s Mark Snyderman says supply concerns won’t keep him from investing in REIT debt, preferreds, CMBS.
CEO Denny Oklak says industrial occupancy rates near 97 percent.
University of Denver’s Glenn Mueller says real estate cycle past recovery phase.
Secretary General Fred Wang says REITs starting to emerge in China.
Extra Space CEO Spencer Kirk highlights gains from operating platform and lack of new supply.
CFO Jaap Tonckens says retailers eager to expose their brands to consumers offline.