Dr. Youguo Liang, Managing Director of Prudential Real Estate Investors, to present at Nov 4 conference at the Mason School of Business at The College of William and Mary
WILLIAMSBURG, Va., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Prudential Real Estate Investors, a subsidiary of Prudential Investment Management, Inc., one of the world's leading managers of institutional assets, has released findings that point to a rapid recovery. In a new report entitled "U.S. Quarterly, October 2010," Dr. Youguo Liang says:
"Amid a painfully slow recovery in the U.S. economy that has produced mixed results for fundamentals, the commercial real estate market is benefiting from low interest rates and an influx of capital. Signs that point to a period of surprisingly rapid recovery include: rising property values, a plentiful amount of public and private capital, vacancy rates that are dropping or peaking in many segments, and a mortgage deleveraging process that has not been as disruptive as feared."
Dr. Liang, Managing Director of Global Investment Research at Prudential Real Estate Investors, will be presenting at 'Reinventing Real Estate' Nov 3-4 at the Mason School of Business at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA.
Dr. Liang will have media availability from noon-1 p.m. on November 4, along with:
Kenneth A. Himmel, President and CEO of Related Urban
Glade Knight, Chairman of the Board of Apple R.E.I.Ts
Pamela Liebman, President and CEO of the Corcoran Group
J. Allen Smith, CEO of Prudential Real Estate Investors
Carlos Evans, EVP, Wells Fargo & Company
Dr. Liang's complete report with several key insights on the health of the economy from the commercial real estate perspective can be found on the Research tab at: http://www.prei.com.
Media are urged to attend this important conference. To learn more about the conference and to register for the event, go to http://mason.wm.edu/re.
SOURCE The Mason School of Business at The College of William and Mary