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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Nareit tracks quarterly investment holdings for the 27 largest actively managed real estate investment funds focusing on REIT investment for insight on expert investor sentiment.
Although many institutional investors focus their property investment strategies on private equity real estate, current and expected market conditions tend to favor public real estate.
According to the 2023 Hodes Weill/Cornell Real Estate Allocations Monitor, institutions consider REITs to be a complement to private real estate in terms of filling allocation needs and addressing liquidity objectives.
REIT debt remains well structured; operational performance shows year-over-year growth.
The FTSE Nareit All Equity REITs Index, broader markets, and treasuries responded positively as investors broadly believe the Federal Reserve’s cycle of monetary policy tightening to be over.
Nareit’s annual update of REIT property counts and estimated gross asset values by state and property sector is now available on the REITs Across America website.
Public-to-public deals dominate REIT M&A activity today.
The FTSE EPRA Nareit Developed Extended Index faced headwinds in September as investors grappled with rising bond yields in the United States and other developed markets.
U.S. REITs raised $4.1 billion from secondary debt and equity offerings in the third quarter of 2023, though this preliminary total will be revised upward when ATM program usage data become available.