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How Would a Rate Hike Impact REITs?
If rates do rise in December, as most experts are expecting, a mass selloff in REITs will likely occur.
Financials Surged Week Ended November 20 with Hints of a Rate Hike
After a strong start to 2015, banking stocks have been on a roller coaster ride as the Fed kept investors guessing about its interest rate policy.
Incyte: S&P 500’s Top Gainer on April 12
Incyte was the S&P 500’s top gainer on April 12. On April 12, Incyte gained 5.3% and closed the day at $69.83.
Host Hotels & Resorts’ Dividend Yield over the Years
Revenue and earnings Host Hotels & Resorts (HST), a hotel REIT, is involved in the possession and operation of US hotel properties. The company’s revenue was almost flat in 2015 and 2016, driven by rooms and food and beverages. Its operating costs and expenses rose 1%–2% in 2015 and 2016., while its interest expenses fell 32% […]
Hotel and Mortgage REITs Took a Plunge
Within the iShares US Real Estate ETF (IYR), mortgage and hotel and resort REITs were the worst-performing subgroups of the week.
Home Price Index Sent Real Estate Sector ahead of SPY
All the component sectors of the SPY marched into green territory as the market turned bullish on economic data and the oil price rebound.
Returns and Price Movement of 3 Real Estate Mutual Funds
Average annual returns for TRREX, CSRSX, and FRESX were 2.41%, 2.33%, and 1.39%, respectively. The returns are lower than the average annual return over the funds’ three-year and five-year periods.
Most of the REITs Are Trading near Historic Multiples
The most common way of calculating the relative value of a REIT is the price-to-FFO multiple. FFO is widely used because it’s the main earnings metric for REITs.
Lodging and Resorts REITs Are into Cyclical Business
Lodging, resort, and hotel REITs primarily own but don’t operate hotel and resort properties. Lodging REITs consist of hotel properties with a number of brands.