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U.S. stock exchange-listed Equity REITs delivered record Funds From Operations of $15.6 billion in the second quarter of 2017, according to the NAREIT T-Tracker®, a quarterly composite performance measure of the entire U.S. listed REIT industry. This year’s second quarter was the first in which REIT industry FFO exceeded $15 billion, and followed just three years after the REIT industry first broke the $10 billion mark in the second quarter of 2014.
NAREIT today named the winners of its 2017 Investor CARE Awards at its annual REITWeek investor forum in New York.
U.S. stock exchange-listed Equity REITs showed a decline in Funds From Operations (FFO) in the first quarter of 2017 compared with the final quarter of last year, but delivered gains in most other operating performance measures, including Net Operating Income (NOI) and occupancy rates.
Fourth Quarter 2016 Operating Performance of U.S. Listed Equity REITs Underlines Resilient Real Estate Fundamentals
U.S. stock exchange-listed Equity REITs drove operating and earnings growth higher in the fourth quarter, highlighted by record occupancy rates and rising Funds from Operations.
Survey by Altus Group, NAREIT and NCREIF reveals top commercial real estate investment choices of leading executives.
The total return of the U.S. Equity REIT market fell short of the S&P 500’s gain in 2016, while Mortgage REITs nearly doubled the total return of the broader equity market.
NAREIT today recognized the REIT industry’s leading companies in the area of sustainability over the past 12 months – the winners of its annual Leader in the Light Awards.
NAREIT today presented its 2016 Industry Leadership Award to David B. Henry, Co-Founder of Peaceable Street Capital and retired Vice Chairman, President and CEO of Kimco Realty Corp. NAREIT also presented its 2016 Industry Achievement Award to Steven Buller, Portfolio Manager at Fidelity Investments.
Funds From Operations Of Listed U.S. Equity REITs Fell 3.3% In Third Quarter, But Rose 6.8% Above Year-Ago Level
Operating performance of U.S. stock exchange-listed Equity REITs eased modestly in the third quarter, following increases in the first two quarters of the year.