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Bobby Taubman says the advent of the public capital markets in real estate has been the most important change of the last 50 years.
FelCor Lodging Trust Chairman Tom Corcoran discusses improving trends in the lodging sector.
Henry Chamberlain of BOMA talks about the major issues facing the association's members.
Jim Thomas of Thomas Properties Group talks about his company's diversified portfolio, acquisition plans and development pipeline.
Bobby Taubman looks at the recovery in the mall sector and Taubman Centers' development and acquisition plans.
Ray Martz of Pebblebrook Hotel Trust discusses the acquisition market and when the company may make its first deal.
Joseph Harvey of Cohen & Steers discusses his objections to "at-the-market" offerings by REITs.
Laurence Geller of Strategic Hotels & Resorts looks at lodging sector trends.
Green Street's Jim Sullivan discusses the most likely resolutions to GGP's situation and the ramifications for the mall sector.
Brad Case discusses NAREIT's internal research program and some of the results regarding the REIT approach to real estate investment.
Word on the Beach: Green Street's Jim Sullivan looks at trends in the mall sector.
DCT Industrial's Phil Hawkins talks about the drivers of industrial sector growth and his expectations for REITs going forward.
NAREIT's George Yungmann explains the impact a single set of global accounting standards will have on U.S. REITs and their investors.
REITs nearly doubled S&P 500 returns in the first quarter, NAREIT's Brad Case looks at the reasons why.
Michael Grupe discusses NAREIT's sponsored research initiatives and plans for new research in 2010.
Phil Hawkins of DCT Industrial Trust looks at market fundamentals in the U.S. and Mexico and plans for acquisitions.
Jay Leupp of Grubb & Ellis AGA says now is a great time to be a real estate fund manager as REITs lead the CRE recovery.
The editors of REIT magazine discuss the market currents flowing through the REIT industry examined in the March/April issue.
Skip McKenzie says WRIT switched its focus to medical office buildings and properties within the D.C. Beltway to withstand the downturn.
Skip McKenzie talks about Washington REIT's longevity, market prospects for 2010 and plans for acquisitions.