REITs invest in the majority of real estate property types, including offices, apartment buildings, warehouses, retail centers, medical facilities, data centers, cell towers, infrastructure and hotels.
Search the REIT directory to learn more about individual companies. Find company performance data, corporate information, and recent news.
Commercial real estate and REITs are likely to begin to recover in 2021, with the pace of improvement driven by the availability and effectiveness of a vaccine.
The November/December issue of REIT magazine features a profile of Tom Bartlett, CEO of American Tower, insights from investment bankers on REIT fundamentals for 2021, and much more.
REITwise will be held virtually on March 23-25. Attendees will have the opportunity to earn CPE/CLE credits and learn about the latest political, economic, and market events impacting REITs.
For 60 years, Nareit has led the U.S. REIT industry by ensuring its members’ best interests are promoted by providing unparalleled advocacy, investor outreach, continuing education and networking.
Public non-listed REITs (PNLRs) register with the the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), but they do not trade on major securities exchanges. PNLRs operate like listed REITs in nearly every other way, but they typically face redemption restrictions that limit their liquidity.
Individuals can invest in REITs in a variety of different ways, including purchasing shares of publicly traded REIT stocks, mutual funds and exchange-traded funds. REITs also play a growing role in defined benefit and defined contribution investment plans.