News by Topic : Market Analysis & Research

  • 9/21/2020

    REIT Share Prices Stable Last Week

    REITs have been little affected by the turmoil in the broader stock market in recent weeks, especially among technology stocks.

  • 9/21/2020

    COVID-19 and CRE: Short-Term Impact on Demand, but Longer-Term Structural Changes

    Since most economic activity takes place within a commercial real estate structure, these changes will impact how people use commercial real estate in the future.

  • 9/14/2020

    Economic News Pointing to Ongoing Broad Recovery

    Nareit’s Calvin Schnure says most components of retail sales are above pre-pandemic levels.

  • 9/14/2020

    2020 Q3 Changes to FTSE Nareit U.S. & FTSE EPRA/Nareit Global Real Estate Index Series

    The following additions, deletions and classification changes were agreed to and will be applied after the close of business on Friday, Sept. 18, 2020.

  • 9/14/2020

    REIT Stocks Down Last Week Amid Tech Selloff

    The FTSE Nareit All Equity index had a total return of negative 2.2% for the week, and is down 2.0% so far in September.

  • 9/9/2020

    REIT Stocks Buffer Broader Market Decline

    The FTSE Nareit All Equity REITs index was down 0.7% last week, while tech stocks pulled major indices much lower, with the Nasdaq down 3.3% and the S&P 500 falling 2.3%.

  • 9/8/2020

    August Jobs Report Shows Economic Recovery Still on Track

    Nareit’s Calvin Schnure says REIT diversification reduces volatility and risk.

  • 9/2/2020

    CMBS Delinquencies Fall Further as Reopening Revives Cash Flows

    The CMBS delinquency rate continued to decline in August as the reopening of the economy helped revive cash flows at some troubled tenants.

  • 9/1/2020

    CRE Transactions Volumes Down, but Prices Steady

    Valuations in the overall market have edged down 1.4% over the past three months, and are little changed year-to-date.

  • 8/31/2020

    Continued Signs of Economic Resilience Providing Firm Backdrop for Commercial Real Estate


    Nareit’s Calvin Schnure says property valuations have not fallen as transaction volume has softened.

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