John Worth

John Worth
John Worth

John Worth is the executive vice president for research and investor outreach at Nareit. He conducts REIT-focused research, works with Nareit's sponsored research partners, and participates in outreach activities with investors, analysts, and policymakers.

  • Nareit Developments blog

    FTSE, EPRA, Nareit Celebrate 15 Years of Index Partnership

    Nareit joined the leadership of the European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA) and FTSE Russell to mark 15 years of partnership in producing the FTSE EPRA/Nareit Global Real Estate Index Series by participating in the London Stock Exchange market open ceremony on Feb. 14, 2020.
  • Nareit Developments blog

    Nareit Reaches Out to Asian Investors

    Nareit Executive Vice President John Worth visited China and Singapore to meet with institutional investors, wealth managers, and family offices.
  • Market Commentary Blog

    REIT Stock Performance and the Interest Rate Environment

    Market interest rates typically increase during periods when macroeconomic conditions are strengthening, the same strengthening that often drives positive REIT investment performance.
  • REIT Magazine

    CEM Benchmarking Study Shows Pension Funds Missing Out on REIT Benefits

    Alex Beath
    With funding liabilities on the rise, pension funds are under increased pressure to maximize returns and generate steady income.
  • Market Commentary Blog

    Economic Fundamentals and REITs: State Unemployment Rates Show Broad Labor Market Stability, but Rising Concerns in Oil Producing States

    The April release of state unemployment rates from the Bureau of Labor Statistics provides additional evidence that, in most of the country, labor markets are healthy and continue to strengthen. An exception to this improving trend is in oil producing states, where unemployment rates have been rising. 
  • Market Commentary Blog

    Economic Fundamentals and REITs: JOLTS Data Show Continued Labor Market Strength

    The January release of the Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey from the Bureau of Labor Statistics last week provides additional evidence that the labor market continues to tighten despite concerns about financial market volatility and weak foreign economic growth.