How Prologis Boosted Top-Line Growth in 2Q17
Prologis’s (PLD) upbeat top-line and bottom-line results in 2Q17 were driven by higher-than-expected rent growth and net operating income.
The Real Estate Reaction: Gauging the Impact of the Fed’s Rate Hikes
The rising interest rate is expected to boost the economy in the long run, but it could severely impact sectors like real estate.
A Fund Flow and Volume Analysis of ICF and PJP
ICF has observed healthy growth in its fund inflow after negative fund inflow in 2013, surpassing PJP’s total fund inflows in 2014 and 2015.
How Prologis Has Managed to Remain Afloat amid Online Hype
Prologis is expected to ride high on its growth trajectory. For 2017, it raised its adjusted FFO (funds from operation) projection by $0.10 per share.
Why Prologis Has a Downward Sloping Dividend Yield Curve
Prologis has noted a 15.0% rise in revenue in the first half of 2017, driven by every segment. Operating income rose 61.0% despite higher expenses.
What’s Boston Properties’ Balance Sheet Position?
REITs depend on equity and debt for their working capital.
How Boston Property Is Flourishing despite Rising Interest Rates
Although it is a common belief that high interest rates are usually bad for REITs like Boston Properties (BXP), Simon Property (SPG), Prologis (PLD), and Vornado Realty Trust (VNO), we find that REITs have continued in their growth trajectory in the past few months.
Can Boston Properties Flourish amid Higher Interest Rates?
REITs have flourished for a considerable period in a record-low-interest-rate environment because they depend on debt and equity for their working capital.
What Lies Ahead for Boston Properties in 2017?
Boston Properties raised its EPS (earnings per share) outlook for 2017 to a range of $2.72 to $2.77 per share.
How Did Boston Properties Fare in 1H17?
The growing economy has acted as a boon to REITs, and with the help of their strategic initiatives, these REITs have been able to take advantage of the opportunity and report higher revenue and profits.
Why Boston Properties Could Be Strong Enough to Combat Headwinds
Boston Properties’ recent upbeat results came on the back of higher leasing activity as well as strong occupancy levels, which led to revenue growth.
What Industrial REITs Analysts Think after 2Q17
Prologis (PLD) has been assigned a target price of $62.75, which is 0.8% higher than its current price level.
How Did Industrial REITs Reward Shareholders in 2Q17?
Real estate investment trusts have to distribute ~90% of their profits to investors in order to qualify as an REIT.
How 3 Key Industrial REITs Managed Expenses in 2Q17
Industrial REITs (real estate investment trusts) fund their development and redevelopment properties through debt.
How Capital Deployment Strategies Helped Boost Industrial REIT Sales in 2Q17
Industrial REITs (real estate investment trusts) tend to carry on many development and redevelopment projects simultaneously in order to maintain leadership.
Industrial REITs and the Year Ahead
Industrial REITs (real estate investment trusts) appear to have a bright future backed by a growing economy and industrial growth.
Inside 3 Key Industrial REITs in 2Q17: Top- and Bottom-Line Results
Industrial REITs (real estate investment trusts) reported robust top-line and bottom-line results in 2Q17 backed by industrial growth,
Top 3 Industrial REITs: An Overview of the 2Q17 Results
Industrial REITs (real estate investment trusts) are currently experiencing a boom, and many investors and analysts anticipate future growth.
What Analysts Think about the Top 3 Wireless REITs after 2Q17
The wireless tower owners’ expected performance in fiscal 2017 is reflected in the analysts’ ratings for the companies.
How the Top 3 Wireless Tower REITs Performed in 2Q17
In this series, we’ll analyze the 2Q17 results of American Tower (AMT), SBAC Communications (SBAC), and Crown Castle International (CCI).
Commercial REITs Have Higher Debt-to-Equity Ratios
GGP’s (GGP) debt-to-equity was 1.55x for 2Q17, which was higher than the industrial mean of 1.07x. As of 2Q17, GGP had $2.0 billion of liquidity.
Development Activities of Commercial REITs in 2Q17
Simon Property Group (SPG) had 25 redevelopment expansion projects under construction as of 2Q17.
The Top Lines for REITs Simon Property, GGP, and Vornado
When we consider the top line performance of commercial REITs, we find that they have performed decently during the second quarter.
How Prologis Stacks Up against Peers after 2Q17 Earnings
The price-to-FFO multiple is the best way to evaluate Prologis (PLD).
How Prologis Improved Its Balance Sheet
Prologis maintained a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.75x for 2Q17, which was lower than the industrial mean of 1.07x.
Robust US Business Growth Helped Prologis in 2Q17
Prologis’s (PLD) properties are spread across the globe. This geographical diversity ensures that the company gets the optimum value from the retail and supply chains in different parts of the world.
Prologis’s Strong 2Q17 Results Backed by Rent Growth
Prologis (PLD) reported better-than-expected 2Q17 top-line and bottom-line results.
Where Does Prologis Stand after 2Q Earnings?
Prologis (PLD) reported core funds from operation (or FFO) of $0.84 per share in 2Q17, which surpassed Wall Street’s estimates of $0.77 by a remarkable 9.1%.
Prologis: What Analysts Recommend for the Stock
Analysts have assigned Prologis stock a mean price target of $58.47, which is 2.1% higher than its current price of $57.28.
Where Does Prologis Stand among Its Peers?
In terms of price-to-FFO multiple, PLD trades at par with most of its peers except Brandywine Realty Trust (BDN).
Will Prologis Be Able to Turn Macro Issues to Its Advantage?
In addition to Prologis’s strategic initiatives such as acquisitions, dispositions, and project development activities, several macroeconomic factors also impact performance.
The Factors behind Prologis’s Expected 2Q17 Upbeat Results
Wall Street expects Prologis to report adjusted FFO (funds from operations) of $0.76, a 27.3% rise year-over-year.
Can Prologis’s Cost Reductions Drive Net Operating Income Higher?
According to Wall Street analysts, Prologis (PLD) is expected to report NOI (net operating income) of $440.2 million in 2Q17.
Prologis’s Main Revenue Drivers in 2Q17
Prologis (PLD) is expected to see higher revenue growth as well as higher margins for 2Q17.
Will Prologis Ride High on Its Top Line in 2Q17?
Analysts expect Prologis (PLD) to report revenue of $583.5 million for 2Q17 when it releases its earnings on July 18, 2017.
What’s in Store for Prologis in 2Q17?
Prologis (PLD) is scheduled to report its fiscal 2Q17 earnings on July 18. 2017. Analysts expect it to report adjusted FFO (funds from operations) of $0.76.
Prologis on the Street: How Analysts See PLD Stock
The analysts covering Prologis have assigned the stock a mean price target of $57.8, which is the same as its current price level.
Understanding Prologis’s Multiples Next to Those of Peers
Prologis’s price-to-FFO multiple is now 20.95x, which means that it has been returning consistent capital value and reliable dividend yields to investors.
Prologis’s Health by Leverage
In order to qualify as an REIT (real estate investment trust), companies like Prologis (PLD) have to pay almost 90% of their taxable income as dividends.
Inside Prologis’s Relationship with Its Shareholders
Commerical REITs (real estate investment trusts) have to pay at least 90% of their taxable income as dividends or share buybacks.
Prologis, Rising Interest Rates, and President Trump: Curses, or Blessings in Disguise?
Rising optimism in US markets bodes well for commercial REITs like Prologis, Duke Realty, Kilroy Realty, and Boston Properties.
Why Prologis’s Business Model Promises Consistent Profitability
Prologis is expected to achieve a growth rate of 6%, 5.8%, 9.1% and 8.7%, respectively, in AFFO (adjusted funds from operations) over the next four quarters.
A Comparative Analysis of ICF’s Market Performance
ICF tracks the performance of the realty subsector through the average performances of its holdings.
The Rise in Commercial Property Rent Is Beneficial to REITs
Rent increased 0.4% for industrial properties in 2Q15, which was unchanged from the previous quarter, but lower than the 0.5% 2Q14 growth.
US Mortgage Applications Dip, Housing Market Seeks Revival
Mortgage applications really dove during the fourth quarter last year. They recovered a little in January, but fell again in February 2015.