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The single-family rental (SFR) sub-sector of the rental housing market is the latest in a long series of property types which have transitioned from local/mom and pop ownership to institutional management and ownership.
The trajectory of rent growth continues to moderate across the U.S. with coastal market performance outpacing sunbelt markets.
In early January of this year, Blackstone Inc. (BX) announced with great fanfare that it was entering into a venture with a large institutional investor, the Regents of the University of California (UC Investments)
Coastal apartment REIT leadership is feeling “cautiously confident” as the summer leasing season progresses, and we transition into the second half of 2023.
With the recent launch of Private Real Estate Strategy via Liquid REITs ETF (PRVT), investors will be exposed to a sizeable allocation to industrial real estate which has been a cornerstone investment for several non-traded REITs.
Investors have seen the landscape of the Las Vegas strip change dramatically over the past decade.
The sizeable valuation gap which currently exists between public and private real estate is perhaps the largest in history, potentially making the current environment one of the best for investors to increase or initiate exposure to publicly traded real estate.
Recently, Armada ETF Advisors attended the NYU Schack REIT Symposium where multiple REIT CEOs and industry participants spoke on a variety of panels and topics.
With the first quarter 2023 earnings season now in full bloom, most apartment companies have reported results that were in-line, or modestly better than company guidance and investor expectation.
The marketing of non-traded REITs has focused on a handful of talking points which warrant more discussion than is necessarily provided in the materials furnished by the sponsors.
To state the obvious, it has been an extremely challenging twelve-month period for the residential REIT sector of the market. Are things looking up?
We shed some light on the balance sheet characteristics of the Top 10 holdings (constituting roughly 70% of the total portfolio) within HAUS.