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.
The REIT Industry ESG Report 2023 includes industry trends, REIT ESG reporting data and analysis, as well as useful information on the publicly traded U.S. REIT industry’s primary sustainability, social responsibility, and governance practices.
The impressive performance of REITs during late October and November may be a signal that the end of the rate-rising cycle will herald a period of REIT outperformance.
With the Federal Reserve at, or near, the end of its tightening cycle, REITs are well-situated for outsized performance in 2024.
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CEO Dave Sedgwick says REIT has a “ton of dry powder” to support growth.
Healthpeak Properties, Inc. began linking executive compensation to sustainability performance in 2021 by adopting an ESG performance metric that accounts for a portion of its annual executive cash bonus program.
Last year, Ventas became the first healthcare REIT to commit to net-zero operational carbon emissions (scopes 1 and 2)—a goal the company has set out to achieve by 2040.
Infrastructure, data centers, and health care each have more than a 10% share of assets.
Health care REITs own and manage a variety of health care related real estate and collect rent from tenants. The aging of the U.S. population is expected to provide strong demand tailwinds for health care properties.
In the company’s first 10 years, its strategy has been proven through COVID and economic challenges.
CEO Debra A. Cafaro says Ventas “exceedingly well-positioned” given aging demographics.
CEO Todd Meredith says advances in innovation also driving more services to outpatient facilities.
CEO John Thomas said the demand for outpatient medical services across the country is growing.