Investor Bulletin: Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) Real estate investment trusts (“REITs”) have been . around for more than fifty years.
AREIT's research team analyzed the performance of publicly traded REITs and private equity real estate funds over the last full real estate market cycle (peak-to-peak) of approximately 17-1/2 years as well as the individual bull market periods (trough-to-peak) for REITs and private equity real ...
800.330.7348 cohenandsteers.com WINTER 2011 The Year Ahead for Global Real Estate Jon Cheigh Tom Bohjalian 1 SEPTEMBER 2011 VIEWPOINT • • U.S. REITs have the potential to outperform in periods of rising rates.
Whole Loan Capital, LLC www.wholeloans.com Mortgage REITs - A Primer, What Could be Next, and Opinion on the Current Mortgage Environment Mortgage REITs are an important part of the mortgage finance landscape and will likely grow in importance given the initiatives underway to shrink Fannie Mae ...
JRERV ol. 21 No. 3-2001 REIT Organizational Structure and Operating Characteristics Authors BrentW. Ambroseand Peter Linneman Abstract As a corporate organizational form, real estate investment trusts (REITs) fall into two competing property management structures: internally advised and ...
Real Estate Investment Trusts, or REITs, are a practical way for all investors to invest in large-scale, income-producing, professionally managed companies that own commercial real estate.
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3 Contributors Adrian Atkins Senior Analyst - REITs Scott Courtney Head of REIT Research Todd Lukasik, CFA Senior Analyst - REITs Mike Magerman, CFA Senior Vice President - CMBS New Issuance Ratings Brian Nelson, CFA Director of Credit Methodology Jason Ren Senior Analyst - REITs
REITs: Poised for Dividend Growth February 2011 Discover Value. A Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is a tax-advantaged structure originated in the 1960's intended to allow the small investor access to income-producing commercial real estate investments.
U.S. REITs delivered positive performance 73% percent of the time in periods where the 10-year Treasury bond yield had risen by over 60 basis points 1 and the S&P 500 Index had delivered positive returns.