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NEW YORK CITY-The greatest area of optimism this year in the net lease world appears to be in the sale-leaseback sector. Some insiders report already seeing signs of increased offerings, and many are enthusiastic about what they believe will be a stronger-than-ever incentive for corporations to monetize their real estate in the current credit environment.

Real Estate Media’s sixth annual RealShare Net Lease, held April 29th at the Marriott Marquis here, will offer analysis and review of such topics and is expected to attract more than 250 attendees. “While no sector or segment of the industry is immune from the credit and liquidity crunch, the ramifications, both good and bad, are particularly interesting in the net lease, sale-leaseback and 1031 businesses; and that is something that will be discussed in-depth at RealShare Net Lease,” says RealShare Conference Series executive director Richard Kelley. “As it does every year RealShare Net Lease will attract every A-list player in the business, both for the information they will hear as well as the networking deal-making that permeate this event.”

Kyle Gore, managing director of the real estate net lease group at RBS Global Banking & Markets, who will serve as a panelist at a morning session titled “Capital Markets in Today’s Environment”, says that “we are in the midst of perhaps the greatest capital market dislocation in our lifetimes, driving both significant challenges and potentially even more significant opportunities. RealShare Net Lease provides a critically important venue to discuss and debate current issues, and to network with both competitors and colleagues alike.”

The conference will begin with a 7:30 a.m. breakfast and registration followed by opening remarks at 8:30 a.m. The conference will conclude at 6:00 p.m., following a cocktail reception with plenty of networking opportunity. The conference will feature a high-level discussion on the greening of corporate America, numbers behind the trends, a town hall meeting, capital markets in today’s environment, niche roundtable discussions, net least insider with Nicholas Schorsch of American Realty Capital, and much more.

Stephen Olsen, president and CEO of Prescott GNLP Corporate Properties LP, who will serve as a panelist at an afternoon breakout session called “the Sale-Leaseback Market: Source for Optimism?” says that sale-leasebacks are back as a top priority in 2008.

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