News by Topic : Market Analysis & Research

  • 3/6/2020

    REIT Stocks Outperformed Through February

    Through the year-to-date period as of the end of February, REITs outperformed the Dow Jones U.S. Total Stock Market, the large cap S&P 500 and the small cap Russell 2000.

  • 3/5/2020

    Webinar: How are REITs Raising and Using Capital in 2020?

    Nareit and Bloomberg Intelligence are partnering on an upcoming webinar to discuss how the rapidly evolving and uncertain outlook will impact REIT operations and performance, capital needs, and expectations for the year ahead.

  • 3/5/2020

    The Coronavirus, Commercial Real Estate and REITs

    With everyday life upended by the coronavirus for the foreseeable future, the commercial real estate industry is shifting on a daily basis.

  • 3/3/2020

    HPET Included in IA50 Database of Experienced Impact Investment Firms

    Entirety of HPET’s assets under management are impact investments.

  • 2/24/2020

    REIT Property Count Continues to Rise

    Nareit’s REITs Across America data shows most gross asset value growth coming from newer REIT sectors.

  • 2/24/2020

    REITs Owned Over 520,000 Properties in 2018

    Nareit’s annual update of REIT property counts and estimated gross asset values by state and property sector is now available on the revamped REITs Across America website.

  • 2/14/2020

    Household Finances and the Outlook for Commercial Real Estate

    The Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported last week that household debt increased $193 billion in the fourth quarter to a record-high $14.15 trillion, prompting some concerns about possible risks to the economic outlook from rising indebtedness.

  • 2/7/2020

    Solid Job Market Signals Continued REIT Performance

    Rising GDP and the job growth that goes with it are the most important determinants of demand for real estate, as businesses need more office space for workers and industrial space to produce, store and ship goods.

  • 2/6/2020

    Real Estate Transaction Value Lower in 2019; Logistics Deals Buck the Trend

    PwC’s Tim Bodner sees strong investor demand for experiential real estate.

  • 2/5/2020

    Economic Fundamentals for Real Estate Remain Solid

    A moderate supply of new buildings is helping to keep vacancy rates low and reduces risks of a market downturn due to excess construction in the months and years ahead.

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