REITs invest in the majority of real estate property types, including offices, apartment buildings, warehouses, retail centers, medical facilities, data centers, cell towers, telecommunications 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.
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Host’s Michael Chang, Nareit’s Leader in the Light Leadership Personified Award winner, said the REIT’s goals include building on a climate risk program and executing sustainable finance strategies.
CEO Jonathan Stanner said that the REIT has more than $400 million of liquidity.
CEO Justin Knight also points to “impressively resilient” leisure and business travel.
Positively impacting the real estate industry and its local communities are top priorities for Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc.
Analysts say moderating trend likely in second half with seasonality returning and operating expenses as a headwind before normalizing in 2024.
Experts stress the importance of finding a JV partner with a similar strategic outlook.
CEO Justin Knight says about half of portfolio has no new supply within a five mile radius.
CEO Jonathan Stanner said the REIT is “very encouraged” by the change it sees occurring post-pandemic.
CEO Jon Stanner says high level of transaction activity is necessary in a dynamic market.
Lodging/resorts REITs own nearly 1,900 properties in the United States, facilitating the expansion of commerce and making leisure travel possible.
The industrial, retail, and apartment property types have maintained occupancy and four-quarter rent growth rates akin to or higher than their respective pre-pandemic levels.