Lodging REITs

Lodging REITs own and manage hotels and resorts and rent space in those properties to guests. Lodging REITs own different classes of hotels based on features such as the hotels’ level of service and amenities. Lodging REITs’ properties service a wide spectrum of customers, from business travelers to vacationers.

  • Overview
    As of 12/29/2017, FTSE
    • Number of REITs
      20
    • Total Market Cap ($M)
      $57,723
    • Dividend Yield
      5.97%
    • YTD Total Return
      7.17%
    • December Total Return
      0.79%
    • 2016 Total Return
      24.35%
  • Quarterly Data
    • Q3 2017
      2016
    • FFO ($M)
      Q3 2017: $1,280
      2016: $4,654
    • NOI ($M)
      Q3 2017: $1,790
      2016: $6,723
    • Dividends paid ($M)
      Q3 2017: $778
      2016: $2,761

Lodging/Resorts REITs

 

News about this sector

  • REIT Magazine
    1/19/2018

    Do Favorable Demographics Always Equate to Outperformance?

    Nareit spoke with Dave Bragg, managing director and research analyst at Green Street Advisors, about land-use regulations, demographics and supply constraints in certain sectors and markets.

  • REIT Magazine
    1/19/2018

    How CEO Jim Risoleo Maintains a Fresh Perspective After 20 Years at Host Hotels & Resorts

    Jim Risoleo, CEO of Host Hotels & Resorts

    Self-avowed “people person” Jim Risoleo is now leading Host Hotels & Resorts after more than two decades with the company.

  • Nareit Video
    1/11/2018

    Apple Hospitality Continuing to Source Deals in Competitive Environment

    Justin Knight

    CEO Justin Knight confident lodging REIT can expand its geographic footprint.

  • Nareit Video
    1/8/2018

    Summit Hotels Making Acquisition Deals in “Challenging” Environment

    Dan Hansen, chairman, president and CEO of Summit Hotel Properties, Inc.

    CEO Dan Hansen says hotel functionality, guest preferences continue to change.

  • Nareit Video
    12/8/2017

    Pebblebrook CEO Expects Hotel Refurbishments to Provide Tailwind

    CEO Jon Bortz expects growth in boutique hotel brands to continue.