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 March/April issue of REIT magazine features a roundtable discussion with REIT analysts on what to expect in 2022, a look at how Vornado’s PENN District is reshaping midtown Manhattan, a look at the Asia Pacific market, and much more.
REITweek provides the opportunity for investors to meet privately with REIT executives and hear directly from top REIT management teams as they share business plans, forecasts, and strategies. REITweek will be held June 7-9 at the New York Hilton Midtown.
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Historically, REITs have performed well during periods of rising long-term interest rates with average four-quarter return in periods with rising rates of 16.55% compared to 10.68% in non-rising rate periods from the first quarter of 1992 to the fourth quarter of 2021.
Over 3.4 million workers who had gone back to telecommuting during January were back in the office in February
REITs have outperformed private real estate property and fund indexes through the fourth quarter of 2021 and have an annual increase of 41.3% in 2021 compared to 22.2% for private real estate.
REIT earnings, as measured by funds from operations (FFO), rose 24.6% in the full year 2021 as the recovery from the early stages of the pandemic gained momentum.
The 2022 Pensions & Investments annual survey of pension plans found that REIT assets in the largest 200 U.S. retirement plans grew 22% to $34.2 billion during the year.
For the second quarter of 2021, REITs made up an estimated 9.4% of the total CRE market.
U.S. REITs raised more than $126 billion from IPOs and secondary debt and equity offerings in 2021, a new record for annual capital raising.
Solid macroeconomic fundamentals are good news for commercial real estate and REITs, as a growing economy generates increased demand for leased commercial space.
REITs fell sharply in January 2022 as the Omicron variant of the COVID-19 Pandemic persisted and the Federal Reserve indicated its readiness to tighten monetary policy.
The FTSE EPRA/Nareit Global Real Estate Index Series performed strongly in 2021, with the Developed index posting a total return of 27.2%, while the Global index, which includes both Developed and Emerging Markets, returned 23.0%.