REITs invest in the majority of real estate property types, including offices, apartment buildings, warehouses, retail centers, medical facilities, data centers, cell towers, infrastructure and hotels.
The report and its 30-plus case studies feature REIT leadership and ESG innovation from a variety of sectors and serves as a tool to assess the scale and impact of the REIT industry’s ESG commitments and initiatives.
In this mid-year review and outlook, Nareit’s research team reviews the macroeconomic environment, REIT returns and operational performance at the halfway point of the year.
The July/August issue of REIT magazine features a look at how the office sector is adjusting to new worklife patterns, an examination of how REITs are preparing for potential new climate change regulations from the SEC, Weyerhaeuser's support for tiny home solutions, and much more.
Nareit’s REITworks is an educational conference where industry professionals will have the opportunity to learn about the latest ESG developments impacting the real estate sector. REITworks will be held Sept. 12-13 in La Quinta, California.
For 60 years, Nareit has led the U.S. REIT industry by ensuring its members’ best interests are promoted by providing unparalleled advocacy, investor outreach, continuing education and networking.
CEO Paul McDowell says people are leaving gateway cities in search of a better climate and cost of living.
Owen Thomas says REIT anticipates FFO per share growth above 13% this year.
CEO Bill Trimble says government lease market remains strong.
Mazars USA’s Craig Stern also discusses parking space issues for REITs to consider.
Over 3.4 million workers who had gone back to telecommuting during January were back in the office in February
Solid macroeconomic fundamentals are good news for commercial real estate and REITs, as a growing economy generates increased demand for leased commercial space.
Robust demand from tenants contributed to declining vacancy rates across most property types, and faster rent growth.
Nareit is pleased to welcome Orion Office REIT as its newest corporate member.
The year ahead is likely to see further improvement in commercial real estate markets as the economy continues to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are the top ten developments to follow.