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 ESG Dashboard identifies and tracks environmental, social, and governance (ESG) key performance indicators for the U.S. REIT industry.
When assessing the outlook for REITs and commercial real estate in 2022 and beyond, it is helpful to distinguish between impermanent or cyclical effects and the longer-term structural changes that result from changes in behavior.
The May/June issue of REIT magazine features a roundtable discussion with IR executives on key issues for 2022, a look at pension funds are deploying more capital to REITs, REIT support for LGBTQ+ employees, and much more.
Nareit’s REITworks is an educational conference where industry professionals will have the opportunity to learn about the latest ESG developments impacting the real estate sector. REITworks will be held Sept. 12-13 in La Quinta, California.
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.
In 2019, completed and pending mergers and acquisitions of U.S. REITs declined to $25.9 billion.
REITworld: 2019 panel examined a broad range of trends & developments impacting REITs.
REITs are outpacing broader stock market on a year-to-date basis.
Bloomberg Intelligence analysts and guests from Bloomberg Economics and Goldman Sachs will explore the current economic climate and what it means for REIT investors in an upcoming webinar.
Pension, endowment, and foundation funds control over $12 trillion in total assets, with approximately $900 billion invested in real estate.
Nareit completed its third annual round in estimating the size of U.S. commercial real estate, and find that the total dollar value in 2018 was $16.0 trillion, with lower and upper bounds of this estimate of $14.4 to $17.0 trillion.
REITs have made important changes over the past decade in their overall leverage ratios, as well as the composition and structure of their debt.