REITs Tuesday Morning At The Open: Kimco Realty, Park Hotels and Host Hotels All Up
Tuesday, 28 June 2022, 16:30:28
As the stock market continued to rally off of the early June lows, real estate investment trusts definitely seemed to follow suit this morning. Host Hotels & Resorts Inc (NYSE: HST ) is kicking off the trading day with a strong gain. It’s up by 3.43%, a much better look than yesterday’s negative day: Based in Bethesda, Maryland, Host Hotels owns 78 hotel properties with more than 70,000 rooms and calls itself “the world’s largest lodging resort.” At this price, it’s paying a 1.50% dividend. Latest Real Estate Offerings: Real Estate Investors Can Earn An 18% Target Return In Reno-Lake Tahoe With CrowdStreet”s Latest Hotel … Full story available on Benzinga.com
REIT ETF Moves Higher: Also, Medical Properties Trust Up 1.37%, Host Hotels Off By 2.87%
Friday, 24 June 2022, 00:05:42
The real estate investment trust benchmark ETF closed strongly today with an advance of 1.99%, its 3rd straight day of gains: The Real Estate Select SPDR Fund (ARCA: XLRE) , as it’s known, represents a diversified group of the major REITs and trades on the New York Stock Exchange. About 7 million shares of this ETF changed hands today, a bit less than usual. The fund pays a dividend of 3.16%. Medical Properties Trust (NYSE: MPW ) is bouncing off of the lows made earlier this month and today’s gain of 2.73% is good … Full story available on Benzinga.com
3 REIT ETFs to Buy for Massive Long-Term Gains
Thursday, 2 June 2022, 12:55:31
Real estate investment trust (REIT) exchange-traded funds (ETFs) ended 2021 as one of the top-performing ETF themes. Many REIT stocks gained more than 30% during the past year. On the other hand, the S&P 500 index returned 27%. Today, we introduce three REIT ETFs to buy that offer diversified exposure to the real estate sector stateside. Seasoned investors invest in REITs due to their reliable dividends. According to the The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), REITs must pay out “at least 90 percent of its taxable income annually in the form of shareholder dividends.” Soaring rents and occupancy rates for real estate reveal increasing demand for commercial and residential real estate space in 2022. The National Association of Realtors recently predicted housing prices could rise 5.7% through the end of 2022. REITs often benefit from inflation due to the structure of their leases, allowing for frequent rent hikes linked to the consumer price index (CPI). 7 Undervalued Large-Cap Stocks to Buy for June With that in mind, here are the three best REIT ETFs to buy for lucrative gains in 2022.
7 REITs to Buy for the Second Half of 2022
Thursday, 19 May 2022, 20:30:52
As market volatility continues, consider scooping up these seven high-quality REITs. Camden Property Trust ( CPT ): Still benefiting from booming housing demand in the U.S. sunbelt. Host Hotels & Resorts ( HST ): Upside from business travel recovery still not fully factored into its valuation. Independence Realty Trust ( IRT ): Apartment REIT with high exposure to inflation and robust housing demand. Mid-America Apartment Communities ( MAA ): Large multifamily REIT, with a history of steady dividend growth. Prologis ( PLD ): Leading name in warehouse space, stands to build on its pandemic era success. Public Storage ( PSA ): Well-covered when it comes to inflation/interest rate concerns. Rexford Industrial Realty ( REXR ): A direct way to play the supply chain crisis. Source: Vitalii Vodolazskyi / Shutterstock As markets remain volatile, you may be looking for steadier investments for your portfolio. If that’s the case, one area you should be looking is in real estate investment trusts (REITs).
Host Hotels, Park Hotels outlooks revised higher by S&P as business travel returns
Friday, 6 May 2022, 22:50:12
Host Hotels & Resorts (HST) and Park Hotels & Resorts each received more favorable outlooks from S&P Global Ratings on Friday on the expectation that business and group travel…
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