REIT

Here are seven real estate investment trusts handily outyielding the 10-year Treasury that have solid businesses and implied upside to their price targets on average.
Jon C. Ogg
Baird analysts are very positive on some of the top REITs in the industry and raised price targets as well. These four, including the firm's top pick, look like outstanding ideas now.
Lee Jackson
24/7 Wall St. screened the Merrill Lynch REIT research universe and found four top companies that all pay at least a 4% dividend and have solid growth potential.
Lee Jackson
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will be loaning up to $2 billion to a real estate investment trust created by Sears.
Jon C. Ogg
These nine top REITs all pay dependable dividends and are relatively safe for more conservative accounts to consider.
Lee Jackson
These four solid companies with healthy yields look to be able to maintain and grow their payouts to shareholders.
Lee Jackson
24/7 Wall St. has screened the various sectors in the S&P 500 Index and pulled out six companies that offer several things many income-seeking investors would love to see.
Jon C. Ogg
STORE Capital is not exactly a household name. Its lack of public visibility may change now that Berkshire Hathaway has taken a big shareholder stake in the REIT.
Jon C. Ogg
TPG RE Finance Trust has amended its filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding its initial public offering (IPO).
Chris Lange
Despite the constant chatter from the Federal Reserve and those on Wall Street anxious to see interest rates move higher, the reality is almost every uptick in yields brings in buyers, which in turn...
Lee Jackson
Innovative Industrial Properties entered the markets relatively quietly on Thursday. The stock entered the market at $20.25 and quickly dropped to below the $20 mark.
Chris Lange
24/7 Wall St. screened the stocks rated Buy in the Jefferies REIT coverage universe and found four top yielding names that make sense for income accounts.
Lee Jackson
One sector that continues to grow is health care, and the health care real estate investment trusts that have traded higher still offer outstanding distributions.
Lee Jackson
Fitch Ratings has warned that U.S. real estate investment truts (REITs) are still taking advantage of a favorable bank lending environment. The group warns that there are signs of more risk now...
Jon C. Ogg
HCP has seen a positive news reaction from investors on word that it will spin off its HCR ManorCare portfolio of skilled nursing and assisted living assets into an new publicly traded REIT.
Jon C. Ogg