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  • Alex Pettee, CFA

Beat And Boost: REIT Earnings Halftime Report

  • We're now at the halfway point of another newsworthy real estate earnings season. Results have so far been as impressive as any REIT earnings season in recent memory.

  • Roughly 95% of REITs have topped consensus earnings estimates, and of the 44 REITs that provide full-year funds from operations guidance, more than 80% have raised their full-year estimates.

  • Residential REIT results have been the most impressive with all housing-related REITs reporting significant upward guidance revisions as rental rates continue to soar across the nation.

  • Recovering valuations and ample access to capital have reignited the M&A "animal spirits" in the REIT world. We've seen five additional major REIT M&A deals since the start of June.

  • Industrial and shopping center REIT results have also been impressive. Technology REITs have reported solid but unspectacular results. Office REITs, however, continue to be an area of concern.

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