Real Estate Daily Recap: Homebuilders Jump Following Strong Earnings, Retreating Mortgage Rates
The Hoya Capital US REIT Index finished the day slightly lower, led to the upside by the hotel and data center REIT sectors, but dragged to the downside by the healthcare, manufactured housng, and single family rental REIT sectors. The S&P 500 finished the day down 0.5% while the Nasdaq declined 0.6%. At 2.37%, the 10-Year Yield finished the day down 4 basis points and remains near the lowest level in more than a year.
The Home Furnishings and Residential REIT sectors were the lone sectors in negative territory on the day. At Home (HOME), Overstock (OSTK), Wayfair (W), Tred (TREX), and Beacon Roofing (BECN) were among the laggards.
The busy week continues for housing data now that we’re finally back on schedule following the disruptions of the government shutdown. Starts and permits data for February were released on Tuesday, as was the Case Shiller and FHFA home price indexes. Pending home sales come out on Thursday, while new home sales for February come out on Friday.
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