While New Residential is not alone in being nowhere close to recovering its pre-recession value, there is a reasonable case that the falling book value woes may be behind it.
Here are 10 of the nation's largest apartment and other residential rental companies that rent to millions of Americans and have dividends that are handily above long-term Treasury yields.
Credit Suisse has reinstated Front Yard Residential with an Outperform rating and a new $11 price target. Shares of this real estate investment trust rallied Monday morning.
Suddenly, millions of Americans are now late on their rent. As apartments are suddenly finding themselves missing rent checks, the drop in their income likely will pressure their dividends.
Mortgage REITs are getting a big boost Thursday following the Federal Reserve's announcement that it would provide credit backup for the troubled sector.
Taubman Centers saw its shares surge higher on Monday on news that Simon Property Group was acquiring the company in a deal valued at more than $3.5 billion.
One Wall Street firm is very positive on self-storage real estate investment trusts, and with good reason. These four picks make sense for more conservative accounts looking for solid income.
Digital Realty Trust is set to acquire InterXion in a deal valued at roughly $8.4 billion of total enterprise value that will give the combined company a formidable position among the data-center...
These top data center companies offer very solid total return plays in an industry that sees little sign of slowing down. Stifel analysts remain very positive on the segment despite the huge growth...
A new Goldman Sachs research report makes the case that 2020 should be another solid year for real estate investment trusts.
RBC Capital Markets started Annaly Capital Management with an Outperform rating and a target price that signals big upside.
On days when the main stock market indexes are trading sharply lower, it is interesting to see what stocks and sectors are up on the day.
24/7 Wall St. has put together a list of eight alternatives for Treasury and traditional bonds investors who must have income to help supplement their lives.
The bottom line is that, despite the recent market rally, we remain in very volatile waters. With rates going lower, income-starved investors may want to move to these top companies.
New Residential Investment has seen its share price knocked down handily since the start of May, but another leg lower during August has brought its dividend yield into focus.