Residential REITs

Residential REITs own and manage various forms of residences and rent space in those properties to tenants. Residential REITs include REITs that specialize in apartment buildings, student housing, manufactured homes and single-family homes. Within those market segments, some residential REITs also focus on specific geographical markets or classes of properties.

  • Overview
    4/30/2019, FTSE
    • Number of REITs
      22
    • Total Market Cap ($M)
      $168,868
    • Dividend Yield
      2.87%
    • YTD Total Return
      17.20%
    • April Total Return
      0.58%
    • 2018 Total Return
      3.09%
  • Quarterly Data
    • Q4 2018
      2018
    • FFO ($M)
      Q4 2018: $1,900
      2018: $7,532
    • NOI ($M)
      Q4 2018: $2,925
      2018: $11,377
    • Dividends paid ($M)
      Q4 2018: $1,301
      2018: $5,276
    • SS NOI
      Q4 2018: 3.00%
      2018:

Residential REITs

 

News about this sector

  • REIT Magazine
    5/10/2019

    Social Purpose REITs Tackle Affordable Housing Challenges

    REITs are playing their part to help low-to-middle income Americans gain access to housing options.

  • REIT Magazine
    5/8/2019

    Preferred Apartment Communities' Diversification Bodes Well for Growing Economy

    While the REIT’s property portfolio is about 60 percent multifamily, including some student housing as well as apartments, the other 40 percent is split evenly between grocery-anchored retail sites and class-A office buildings.

  • The REIT Report Podcast
    4/23/2019

    Global Investors Remain Confident in U.S. Property Market

    AFIRE’s Gunnar Branson says industrial, multifamily assets seeing continued interest.

     

  • Nareit Video
    4/12/2019

    Managing a Range of Generations

    American Campus Communities’ Kim Voss offers tips for managing millennial and Gen Z employees.

  • REIT Magazine
    3/22/2019

    Camden Property Future-Proofs Parking Garages for Adaptive Reuse

    Residential REIT Camden Property plans ahead for fewer drivers.