Departments: Taking Stock
NAREIT represents REITs in the policymaking process on all levels, but it also helps tell our story to investors, financial analysts, the media and the broader public.
Sustainability now includes the social and governance matters that are receiving a growing amount of attention from boards of directors, investors, equity analysts, the media and other stakeholders.
REITs’ IR professionals must employ an increasingly diverse and complex set of skills to serve an expanding group of stakeholders.
NAREIT has played an instrumental role in advocating for the framework of rules undergirding this thriving industry. That will continue as we enter a new stage in the potential evolution of U.S. tax laws.
New research from Wilshire Funds Management illustrates the benefits of REIT dividends for income oriented investment portfolios.
As the visibility of the industry increases in the wake of Equity REITs moving into the new GICS Real Estate Sector, that aspect of REIT-based real estate investment will take on even greater importance.
A number of notable developments occurred that should help shape and strengthen the REIT industry in the future.
A growing body of evidence tells us that companies with rigorous environmental, social and governance programs outperform their peers.
What probably looks like a simple administrative matter to the outside world could ultimately mean a great deal to the REIT community.
At their core, REITs provide the spaces for their tenants to thrive.