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After being hit hard at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, REITs came roaring back in 2021, according to Cedrik Lachance, EVP and Director of Research for Green Street. Watch Lachance discuss three non-traditional REIT sectors for investors to consider in this MarketWatch video.
In a ranking of global destinations poised for a quicker recovery post-pandemic, MarketWatch cites the rapid acceleration of property prices tracked by Green Street's Commercial Property Price Index (CPPI).
Last year, investors eschewed urban office towers and brick-and mortar retail for multifamily assets, lodging properties and industrial facilities, in light of massive changes to how Americans live during a pandemic.
As the work-from-home trend continues, CRE investors are shifting their acquisition targets from underperforming office buildings to data centers. But will data centers deliver the returns investors require to keep developing and investing in these fossil-fuel-consuming assets?
In 2021, the REIT sector enjoyed one of its best years since 1976. While office REITs struggled due to Covid and working from home (WFH) policies, non-traditional sectors picked up the slack.
Americans are paying top dollar to store their possessions due to Covid-19. As a result, self-storage property operators and REITs have benefited. In fact, supply won't be able to keep up with the demand for self-storage facilities until 2025, according to Green Street.
As managing director for Green Street’s Real Estate Analytics product, Joi Mar is at the epicenter of the impressive and growing data platform while leading the training and development of her growing team.
Green Street’s Mike Kirby was recently a featured speaker at an industry event, opining on the outlook for office and multifamily housing, public vs. private market pricing, and how attractive real estate is generally screening these days. The discussion touched on Green Street’s favorite sectors and top trends to look out for.
Since its founding in 1985, Green Street has grown to be one of the most recognized names in the REIT industry, serving as the eyes and ears to many of the largest providers of real estate industry capital.