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1. About REIT Notes
2. Average Beta by US REIT Sectors

The average Beta value for US Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) across the different real estate sectors, ranked from the highest to the lowest value. The list also includes the REITs with the highest and lowest Beta Coefficient in each industry on the date. This list is based on the US REITs, and real estate sectors tracked on REITNotes. The Beta of the market is 1.0, and individual stocks are ranked in comparison to how much they deviate from the market (1.0). If a stock has a Beta above 1.0, it usually indicates that the stock is both volatile and tends to move up and down along with the market. If the stock has a Beta of 1.0, it means it moves with the market. If a stock has a Beta below 1.0, it usually indicates it's either a stock with lower volatility than the market or a volatile stock whose price is not highly correlated with the movements of the market. The Beta value can vary amongst sectors and industries (e.g., Aerospace & Defense, Business Services, Finance, Household products, real estate sectors), due to the operational nature of these different businesses. So comparing the REIT's Beta to other REITs in the same country and related asset sectors can be useful.
3. Average Dividend Stock Yield by US REIT Sectors

The average dividend stock yield for US Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) across the different real estate sectors, ranked from the highest to the lowest value. The list also includes the REITs with the highest and lowest dividend stock yield in each industry on the date. The dividend yield may not be available for all REITs or reflect the latest information for all REITs, which may affect the ranking and values in the report. The dividend yields are forward-looking annualized based on the last reported paid dividend values available on REITNotes. The REITs may have already announced their next upcoming dividends value, which may be different from previously paid dividend value. We calculate our average dividend stock yield by adding the dividend yield for all the REITs in that sector and dividing by the total quantity of REITs in that sector. Additionally, there are REITs which may have multiple types of real estate assets (e.g., Office, Residential, Retail), so these REITs appear on our listing in various sectors. Therefore the dividend yield of REITs which are in multiple segments will be counted and contributed to the average dividend yield for those different sectors.
4. Average Price to Sale (P/S) Ratio by US REIT Sectors

The average Price to Sale (P/S) ratio for US Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) across the different real estate sectors, ranked from the highest to the lowest value. The list also includes the REITs with the highest and lowest P/S ratio in each industry on the date. This list is based on the US REITs, and real estate sectors tracked on REITNotes. The P/S ratio is also known as the PSR, and Price-Sale Ratio. The P/S ratio may not be available for all REITs or reflect the latest information for all REITs, which may affect the ranking and values in the report. The REITs Price-to-Sale ratios are updated with the REIT’s closing stock price for the trading day. We calculate our average P/S ratio for the sector by adding the P/S ratio for all the REITs in that sector and dividing by the total quantity of REITs in that sector. Additionally, there are REITs which may have multiple types of real estate assets (e.g., Industrial, Resort, Data Center, etc.), so these REITs appear on our listing in various sectors. Therefore the P/S ratio of REITs which are in multiple segments will be counted and contributed to the average P/S ratio for those different sectors.
5. Average Price-Earnings (P/E) Ratio by US REIT Sectors

The average Price-Earnings ratio (P/E ratio) for US Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) across the different real estate sectors, ranked from the highest to the lowest value. The list also includes the REITs with the highest and lowest P/E ratio in each industry on the date. This list is based on the US REITs, and real estate sectors tracked on REITNotes. The P/E ratio is also known as the PER, Price Multiple, PE Ratio, and Earnings Multiple. The P/E ratio may not be available for all REITs or reflect the latest information for all REITs, which may affect the ranking and values in the report. The REITs Price-Earnings ratios are updated with the REIT’s closing stock price for the trading day. We calculate our average P/E ratio for the sector by adding the P/E ratio for all the REITs in that sector and dividing by the total quantity of REITs in that sector. Additionally, there are REITs which may have multiple types of real estate assets (e.g., Industrial, Resort, Data Center, etc.), so these REITs appear on our listing in various sectors. Therefore the P/E ratio of REITs which are in multiple segments will be counted and contributed to the average P/E ratio for those different sectors.
6. Cap Rate for Real Estate properties Class A, B, C in the 100 Largest Cities in the USA

Our estimate of the Cap Rate for different properties types (Multi-family, Retail, Shopping, Industrial, and office) for the 100 largest cities in the United States. The cities are ranked by population size from largest to smallest. We estimate the Cap Rate based on properties available for sale during a specific period. The cap rate can vary depending on properties being offered at the market during that period and the sample of properties considered.
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8. Compare Funds from Operations (FFO) Payout Ratio by REIT

This page ranks the latest Dividend to Funds from Operations (FFO) Payout Ratio for the US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) tracked on REITNotes. We compare the lastest Payout Ratio we have for each REIT, which can be for different quarters depending on when the earnings reports have been issued. For some REITs we also display the Adjusted Funds From Operations (AFFO), Core FFO, Normalized FFO (NFFO), Modified FFO (MFFO), Operating FFO as provided by the REIT. REITNotes calculates the payout ratio by dividing the dividend value paid during the current quarter by the FFO declared in the previous Quarter. E.g., we divide the dividend value paid in Q3 by the FFO reported in Q2. This is because although paid in Q3, the dividend value is usually declared during the previous quarter. FFO is a non-GAAP measure recognized by the SEC and provided by the REITs as a supplemental measure of their operating performance. FFO is not meant to be an indicator of the REIT’s capacity to pay current or future dividends nor to be a substitute to the REIT's cash flow from operations. It is recommended to check the REIT's website, Earning Reports and dividend announcements for the latest and updated information.
9. Compare Stock Price to FFO (P/FFO) & AFFO Multiples for the US REITs

This page ranks the Price to FFO (P/FFO) Multiples for the US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) tracked on REITNotes. REITNotes' Price to FFO (P/FFO) Multiples graph is calculated by dividing the REIT’s closing stock price for the day by the Trailing Twelve Month (TTM) Funds from Operations (FFO). For some REITs we also display the Price-to-Adjusted Funds From Operations (P/AFFO), Price-to-Core FFO (P/CFFO), Price-to-Normalized FFO (P/NFFO), Price-to-Modified FFO (P/MFFO), Price-to-Operating (P/FFO), depending on the data provided in the REIT’s Quarterly Earning Reports. As you may be familiar with, the price-to-earnings ratio (P/E ratio) is a useful tool for investors to gauge the market's valuation of a company’s stock price. The price-to-FFO ratio (or multiple) is a comparable measure used in the REIT industry that compares the REIT’s stock price to its FFO per share instead of its earnings per share (EPS).
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16. List of Public, Non-Listed REITs

The list of Public Non-Listed Real Estate Investment Trusts (PNL-REITs) tracked on REITNotes. PNL-REITs are also known as Non-traded REITs. Like REITs, the PNL-REITs are registered with the Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) and are required to file regulatory reports with the SEC such as quarterly (10-Q) and annual reports (10-K). PNL-REITs are also subject to the same IRS REIT requirements, such as distributing at least 90 percent of taxable income to shareholders. Unlike REITs, PNL-REITs are not listed on public security exchanges (e.g., NASDAQ, NYSE, OTCMKTS, TSX, LSE), and as a result are less liquid to exchange their shares than REITs. Since PNL-REITs are not exposed to the same stock market fluctuations as REITs, their share price is considered to be less volatile and more stable than REITs. The terms and structure of a non-traded REIT may vary, but some non-traded REITs may remain illiquid for several years. Many PNL-REITs are established with a finite time frame, at which the end the PNL-REIT must either liquidate or become listed on a national stock exchange. It is important to understand and investigate the terms, conditions, dividend distributions, time frame and fees of investing in a Public Non-Listed REITs beforehand as they can vary between non-traded REITs and are different from investing in REITs.
17. List of Publicly Traded REITs

List of worldwide publicly traded Equity and Mortgage Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) tracked on ReitNotes. This list includes international REITs in diverse categories and sectors from micro-caps to large-cap; REITs recently founded to others with over 100 years in the market; REITs in various industries owning assets in multifamily communities to shopping center, and telecommunication and data center facilities. The list covers REITs listed on stock exchanges across the globe such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), NASDAQ, London Stock Exchange (LSE), Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), and more.
18. List of REIT ETFs

The below list of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are focused on Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). ETFs such as the ones below track a set (a group) of REIT stocks. Some REIT ETFs invest in US REITs, others in international REITs and others in a mix of REITs from different countries and real estate sectors. For example, some ETFs may focus on asset sectors such as Mortgage, Infrastructure, Office, Residential, or Industrial REITs. Some ETFs may concentrate on small and mid-size emerging REITs while other on larger-size more established REITs. Since ETF are marketable securities, their share price changes throughout the day and their shares can be bought and sold like a stock on an exchange, making it possible to trade ETFs like stocks.
19. List of REITs Earnings per Share (EPS) Basic and Diluted for Last Reported Quarter

List of the Earnings-Per-Share (EPS) Basic and EPS Diluted for last reported quarter for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) tracked on REITNotes. The Earnings-Per-share (EPS) Basic ratio measures the REIT’s profit (or loss) that is in theory available for payment to the holders of common shares outstanding, during the reported reportperiod. ESP Basic is calculated by subtracting the preferred stock dividends from the net income, and dividing the remaining value by the weighted average number of common shares outstanding during the reportperiod. The Diluted EPS is the adjusted EPS ratio to include if all convertible securities were exercised (warrants, convertible preferred stock, securities connected with employer stock options, and other dilutive securities). The list includes the REIT's market cap (Large-Cap with market capitalization over $10 Billion, Mid-Cap with market capitalization between $2 Billion and $10 Billion, Small-Cap with market capitalization between $300 Million and $2 Billion, and Micro-Cap with market capitalization between $50 Million and $300 Million). The list also informs the Real Estate sector(s) the REIT owns or manages assets in such as Retail, Office, Residential, Hotel, Mortgage, and more.
20. List of REITs with Upcoming Ex Dates

List of Equity and Mortgage Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) with upcoming ex-dividend dates, and cash amount to be paid.
21. List of Stock and Securities Exchanges

List of Stock and Securities Exchanges that work with REITs.
22. List of Today's Cheapest REIT Stocks

Daily rank of 50 real estate investment trusts (REITs) in order lowest to highest stock price. The list includes both Equity and Mortgage REITs which depending on the day can consist of stock with a price below one dollar to above 10 dollars. The list also includes the price range for each stock on that day. The REIT's closing stock price is updated once a day after the stock markets (NYSE and NASDAQ) close to reflect the REIT stock price for that day. The forward annualized dividends and forward annualized dividend Yields are based on the recent dividend values paid by the REITs.
23. List of U.S. SEC registered REITs - SIC 6798

The list of business entities registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) with a Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) of 6798 - Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs), up until 7/1/2018. Amongst other variations, the list includes REITs which have recently just registered with the SEC, along with REITs that have already requested the withdrawal of their registration with the SEC. The list contains REITs that are publicly listed and others which are publicly non-listed. Along with REITs that are active and those that were once SEC-registered and have finalized their operations. These REITs can represent diverse real estate sectors and asset class such as Data Centers, Health Care (e.g. Hospitals, clinics, surgery centers), Hotel, Industrial, (e.g. warehouses, distributions centers, manufacturing facilities), Infrastructure, Mortgage, Office, Residential (e.g. Multi-Family, Single-Unit residencies, Apartments buildings), Entertainment Complexes (e.g Movie theaters, Convention centers, Stadiums, Music-halls, Golf courses, Golf ranges, Casinos), Resorts, Retail (Shopping centers, malls, supermarkets, Street-level stores, Free Standing retail buildings), Self Storage, Specialty (e.g. Student housing, senior citizen housing), Timber, land, agriculture, and much much more.
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27. Rank of Price to Sales (P/S) Ratio

This page ranks the Price to Sales ratio (P/S ratio) for the US publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs). The P/S ratio is also known as the PSR, Price-Sales Ratio, Sales Multiple, Revenue Multiple, and PS Ratio. The REITs Price to Sales ratios are updated with the REIT’s closing stock price for the trading day. The Price to Sales ratio is a valuation metric that compares the REIT’s stock price to its revenues. The P/S ratio indicates the dollar value placed on each dollar of a REIT’s revenues. It is calculated by dividing the REIT's market cap by the revenue in the most recent year; or by dividing the per-share stock price by the per-share revenue.
28. Rank of Price-Earnings (P/E) Ratio

This page ranks the Price-Earnings ratio (P/E ratio) for US publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs). The P/E ratio is also known as the PER, Price Multiple, Price-to-Earning Ratio, PE Ratio, and Earnings Multiple. The REITs Price-Earnings ratios are updated with the REIT’s closing stock price for the trading day. The Price-Earning ratio is a formula used to value the company, and informs how much the market is paying for each dollar worth of the REIT’s earning. If a company has posted losses the P/E will be negative.
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32. REIT Community

Welcome to the REITNotes Community! This is a spot for REIT enthusiasts to share their passion and knowledge of the REIT market. We encourage you to ask questions to the community and share your ideas about anything related to REITs and the real estate sector.
33. REIT Fundamentals Analysis Comparison

This REITNotes page allows you to compare and analyze the fundamentals for the US publicly listed Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). Use the filter option below to select the REIT fundamentals to visualize as columns in the comparison table. Select between the key stats for the REIT’s stock price and dividend yield data, along with ratios and analysis data on the REIT’s Balance sheet, Income Statement, and Cash Flow Statement. Compare the data points of different REITs together across sectors and categories such as mortgage REITs, equity REITs, ETFs, Micro-Caps, Small-Caps, Mid-Cap, and Large-Caps across diverse real estate asset classes from data centers, to farmland.
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38. REIT Stocks Ranked by Market Cap

The Market Capitalization (Market Cap) list of all the US publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) tracked on REITNotes.
39. REIT Stocks Ranked by Price-to-Book (P/B) Ratio

This page ranks the Price-to-Book (P/B) Ratio for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The Price-to-Book ratio formula is the Stock Price per Share divided by the Book Value per Share. The Book Value per Share formula can be calculated by dividing the Total Book Value by the Number of Outstanding Shares. The Price-to-Book Ratio also known as the Price-to-Book Value (P/BV) compares the REIT’s stock price to its book value per share. The rank of the REITs on this page can fluctuate daily with the changes in Stock Price, Total Book Value and the Number of Outstanding shares. The P/B value is a financial ratio that shows investors how much the REIT’s shareholders are paying for the net assets of the REIT compared to the REITs market price. The Book Value is the REIT's total tangible assets minus its total liabilities. The Book Value informs the accounting value of the REIT held by shareholders. The P/B ratio can also give an idea of what would be left if the REIT went bankrupt. A company with a lower price-to-book value (especially below 1) can indicate that the stock price is undervalued compared to its book value and therefore potentially a good investment opportunity. Although it is important to consider additional financial indicators and metrics along with the P/B ratio (e.g., Current Ratio, P/E, PEG, Return on Equity (ROE), Earning reports and more) for analysis. This is because it is possible that the P/B ratio looks favorable due to other financial and operational issues with the company, or can be an indication of weak forward-looking investor confidence in the business. The Price-to-Book (P/B) Ratio can vary amongst sectors and industries (e.g., Aerospace & Defense, Business Services, Finance, Household products, real estate sectors, etc.), due to the operational nature of these different businesses. So comparing the REIT’s Price-to-Book (P/B) Ratio to other REITs in the same country and similar asset sectors (e.g., Hotels, Residential, Data Centers, Timber, etc.), can be useful.
40. REIT Stocks that Pay Monthly Dividends

The below table informs the Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) stocks that pay monthly dividends. The table informs the REITs latest closing stock price, dividends payment value, dividend percent yield (forward annualized) and the real estate sector(s) which the REIT has assets/operates. The forward annualized dividend yield is calculated based on the REIT’s closing stock price and the forward annualized dividend value. The forward annualized dividend yields are based on the recent dividend values paid by the REITs. The REITs may have already announced their next upcoming dividends value, which may be different from previously paid dividend value. The forward annualized dividend and forward annualized dividend yield will only reflect changes once the next dividend is paid or not paid (in the event the REIT suspends payment of future dividends).
41. REIT Stocks That Pay Quarterly Dividends

The below table informs the Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) stocks that pay quarterly dividends. The table informs the REITs latest closing stock price, dividends payment value, dividend percent yield (forward annualized) and the real estate sector(s) which the REIT has assets/operates. The forward annualized dividend yield is calculated based on the REIT’s closing stock price and the forward annualized dividend value. The forward annualized dividend yields are based on the recent dividend values paid by the REITs. The REITs may have already announced their next upcoming dividends value, which may be different from previously paid dividend value. The forward annualized dividend and forward annualized dividend yield will only reflect changes once the next dividend is paid or not paid (in the event the REIT suspends payment of future dividends).
42. REIT Stocks with Biggest Market Cap Change in the Last 1 Day

The US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) ranked by market capitalization (cap) change in the last trading day. These are over 200 US publicly traded REITs across thirteen equity real estate sectors and one financial sector REIT (Mortgage). The market cap change (both percentage change and dollar amount change) are calculated by comparing the REIT’s market cap for the last trading day closing market cap, with the REIT’s closing market cap for the previous trading day before that. You can sort the table to see which REIT’s market cap increased or decreased the most (and everything in-between) within the last trading days. The table provides information on the REIT’s market cap size (i.e., Micro, Small, Mid, or Large Market Cap), and the REIT’ asset segment (e.g., Office, Infrastructure, Hotel, Health Care, etc.) The table also displays the REIT’s market cap for the last two trading days.
43. REIT Stocks with Biggest Price Change in the Last 1 Day

This page ranks the REIT stocks by the most increase or decrease (advance or decline) in stock price value for publicly traded REIT companies. Some stocks may show volatility during the comparison period due to the sector, industry, market, geography, and the political and economic climate in which the REIT operates. Others stocks may show strong gains or loss due to recent news, reports, or change in market sentiment. Researching news, press release, investor or financial reports (such as earning reports) may provide insight into the stock’s price changes and trends. The change in the REIT's stock price is calculated by comparing the most recent market closed stock price to the closed market stock price for the comparison period (in this case, 1 day). Since the stock prices we compare are the market closed prices, this page does not reflect increases or decreases in active stock prices during the open market. The below table ranks the biggest movers (gainers and losers) by stock value price and stock price percent change over the compared previous period, along with providing information on the REIT's market-cap and industry sector.
44. REIT Stocks with Biggest Price Change in the Last 1 Month

This page ranks the REIT stocks by the most increase or decrease (advance or decline) in stock price value for publicly traded REIT companies. Some stocks may show volatility during the comparison period due to the sector, industry, market, geography, and the political and economic climate in which the REIT operates. Others stocks may show strong gains or loss due to recent news, reports, or change in market sentiment. Researching news, press release, investor or financial reports (such as earning reports) may provide insight into the stock’s price changes and trends. The change in the REIT's stock price is calculated by comparing the most recent market closed stock price to the closed market stock price for the comparison period (in this case, 1 month). Since the stock prices we compare are the market closed prices, this page does not reflect increases or decreases in active stock prices during the open market. The below table ranks the biggest movers (gainers and losers) by stock value price and stock price percent change over the compared previous period, along with providing information on the REIT's market-cap and industry sector.
45. REIT Stocks with Biggest Price Change in the Last 1 Week

This page ranks the REIT stocks by the most increase or decrease (advance or decline) in stock price value for publicly traded REIT companies. Some stocks may show volatility during the comparison period due to the sector, industry, market, geography, and the political and economic climate in which the REIT operates. Others stocks may show strong gains or loss due to recent news, reports, or change in market sentiment. Researching news, press release, investor or financial reports (such as earning reports) may provide insight into the stock’s price changes and trends. The change in the REIT's stock price is calculated by comparing the most recent market closed stock price to the closed market stock price for the comparison period (in this case, 1 week). Since the stock prices we compare are the market closed prices, this page does not reflect increases or decreases in active stock prices during the open market. The below table ranks the biggest movers (gainers and losers) by stock value price and stock price percent change over the compared previous period, along with providing information on the REIT's market-cap and industry sector.
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47. REITs 52-Week High/Low Compared to Previous Trading Day Stock Prices

This page ranks the REIT stocks by the most increase or decrease (advance or decline) in stock price value for publicly traded REIT companies. Some stocks may show volatility during the comparison period due to the sector, industry, market, geography, and the political and economic climate in which the REIT operates. Others stocks may show strong gains or loss due to recent news, reports, or change in market sentiment. Researching news, press release, investor or financial reports (such as earning reports) may provide insight into the stock’s price changes and trends. The change in the REIT's stock price is calculated by comparing the most recent market closed stock price to the closed market stock price for the comparison period (in this case, 1 week). Since the stock prices we compare are the market closed prices, this page does not reflect increases or decreases in active stock prices during the open market. The below table ranks the biggest movers (gainers and losers) by stock value price and stock price percent change over the compared previous period, along with providing information on the REIT's market-cap and industry sector.
48. REITs by Market Capitalization

Large Market Capitalization (Large-Cap) Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) have market capitalization values of more than $10 Billion. Since the market capitalization value is calculated by multiplying the stock price per share by the number of the REIT`s outstanding shares, the market capitalization value of the REIT can vary. Middle Market Capitalization (Mid-Cap) REITs have market capitalization values between $2 Billion and $10 Billion. Small Market Capitalization (Small-Cap) REITs have market capitalization values between $300 Million and $2 Billion. Micro Market Capitalization (Micro-Cap) REITs have market capitalization values between $50 Million and $300 Million.
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51. REITs Ranked by Beta

The Beta rank for the US publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) stocks. Beta, also known as the Beta Coefficient, is a measure of the volatility of a stock in comparison to the market as a whole. The Beta of the market is 1.0, and individual stocks are ranked in comparison to how much they deviate from the market (1.0). If a stock has a Beta above 1.0, it usually indicates that the stock is both volatile and tends to move up and down along with the market. If the stock has a Beta of 1.0, it means it moves with the market. If a stock has a Beta below 1.0, it usually indicates it’s either a stock with lower volatility than the market or a volatile stock whose price is not highly correlated with the movements of the market. Stocks with Low-Beta values are considered to be less risky, but also have a lower potential return. Stocks with a High-Beta value are considered to be riskier but are also considered to have a potentially higher return. The Beta value can vary amongst sectors and industries (e.g., Aerospace & Defense, Business Services, Finance, Household products, real estate sectors), due to the operational nature of these different businesses. So comparing the REIT’s Beta to other REITs in the same country and related asset sectors can be useful.
52. REITs with Best and Worst Stock Price Change over Multiple Trading Periods

This page ranks the (Real Estate Investment Trusts) REITs with the best and worst stock price performance over different periods compared to the stock’s closing price. The comparison periods are for the previous five trading days, three month, six month, one year, two years, and five years. The comparisons are based on the REIT’s stock closing price for the comparison trading periods. This rank only considering the change (increase & decrease) in the REIT’s stock price and does not take into consideration dividends or the dividend yields (increase or decrease) during the periods.
53. REITs with Highest Cash Dividends Increase

List of Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) with the highest dividend payment value increase. The list includes REITs with Ex-Dividend dates that have recently passed. The Cash Increase column informs the percent increase for the new dividend payment compared to the previous dividend value paid. The list also informs if it is a Equity or Mortgage REIT.
54. REITs with Highest Dividend Yields

This page lists the US Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) being tracked on REITNotes ranked from highest to lowest forward annualized dividend yield. The forward annualized dividend yield is calculated based on the REIT’s stock closing price and the forward annualized dividend value. The REIT’s closing stock price is updated once a day after the stock markets (NYSE and NASDAQ) close to reflect the REIT stock price for that day. Therefore the values displayed on this page may be for the last market trading day. The forward annualized dividends and forward annualized dividend Yields are based on the recent dividend values paid by the REITs. The REITs may have already announced their next upcoming dividends value, which may be different from previously paid dividend value. The forward annualized dividend and forward annualized dividend yield will only reflect changes once the next dividend is paid or not paid (in the event the REIT suspends payment of future dividends). This page also displays if the REIT is categorized as a Mortgage or equity REIT, and the Ex-Dividend date.
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61. Top 20 REITs with Highest Dividend Yields below $10 Dollars

A daily list of real estate investment trusts (REITs) ranked in order of highest to lowest dividend yield. The list includes both Equity and Mortgage REITs with the stock price of up to 10 dollars. Depending on the daily stock price the listed REITs and rank of listed REITs change.
62. US REITs Book Value per Share (BVPS) Ratio

The table ranks the Book Value per Share (BVPS) ratio for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). BVPS which is also known as Net Asset Value per Share (NAVPS), is the amount of equity available to shareholders expressed on a per common share basis. The Book Value is also referred to as Owner’s Equity, Shareholders’ or Stockholders’ Equity. The Book Value is the REIT’s Assets minus its Liabilities and indicates how much the REIT is worth if liquidated and all the remaining assets were sold for cash. In other words, it informs how much money a holder of a common share would get if the REIT is dissolved. BVPS is calculated by dividing the Total Shareholders’ Equity by the Common Shares Outstanding.
63. US REITs Current Ratio

This page ranks the Current Ratio of US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The Current Ratio is a measure of the REITs ability to pay its debts (short-term and long-term obligations). The formula for Current Ratio is Total Current Assets divided by Total Current Liabilities during the same comparison period. A Current Ratio above one informs that the REITs Total Current Assets are greater than its Total Current Liabilities. Therefore, the higher the current ratio is above one, the better chances that the REIT is in a position to pay its debt/obligations within the next 12 months. A current ratio below one informs that the REITs obligations are greater than its assets. Now, the Current Ratio does have its limitations, as do all ratios by themselves. One of the limitations of the Current Ratio is that it groups all the REIT's assets together (Cash and equivalents, Accounts receivable, Prepaid expenses, Short-term investments, marketable securities, Inventory, other liquid assets), so it is difficult to gauge how liquid the company is in the short term, or if the REIT is inefficient in managing its assets. The Current Ratio formula does not include investments that cannot be easily liquidated. The other thing to note is that the Current Ratio can vary amongst sectors and industries (e.g., Aerospace & Defense, Business Services, Finance, Household products), due to the operational nature of these different businesses.
64. US REITs Debt-to-Equity (D/E) Ratio

The ranks of the Debt-to-Equity (D/E) Ratio for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) stocks. The D/E Ratio is a financial liquidity ratio calculated by dividing a REIT’s Total Debt by the Total Shareholders’ Equity. This D/E ratio is also referred to as leverage, risk or gearing ratio since it gauges the amount of borrowed capital the REIT is taking in relation to the capital contributed by shareholders. If the company has a high debt-to-equity ratio, it usually means that it is aggressive in financing its growth with capital contributed by creditors, and can mean the company is riskier. The D/E ratio also gives visibility into how much of the shareholder´s equity can cover the REIT’s liabilities. The Debt-to-Equity ratio can vary in different industries or sectors; for example, low capital-intensive industries tend to have a lower D/E ratio compared to capital-intensive industries. This is because capital-intensive industries have to invest more in property, plants, and equipment to operate, therefore, comparing the ratio to companies in its same sector and industry help give context.
65. US REITs Dividends per Share (DPS) Basic Common for Last Reported Quarter
66. US REITs Earning Before Interest & Taxes (EBIT) for Last Reported Quarter
67. US REITs Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization (EBITDA) for Last Reported Quarter
68. US REITs Earnings Before Tax (EBT) for Last Reported Quarter
69. US REITs EBITDA Margin for Last Reported Quarter

The table ranks the Earning Before Interest and Taxes, Depreciation, and Amortization (EBITDA) Margin for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The EBITDA Margin measures a REIT’s operating profitability as a percentage of its total revenues. The formula is calculated as the REIT’s EBITDA divided by its Total Revenues.
70. US REITs Enterprise Value (EV) for Last Reported Quarter
71. US REITs Free Cash Flow (FCF)

The table ranks the Free Cash Flow (FCF) for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The FCF is a measure of the financial performance of a REIT calculated as Operating Cash Flow minus Capital Expenditures (CAPEX). In other words, FCF is the excess money a REIT can generate after it subtracts the expenses associated with the purchase of property, plant, equipment and other significant investments from its operating cash flow. The FCF allows investors to gauge the financial health of a REIT and how much cash the company has left over to reinvest or distribute to its shareholders.
72. US REITs Free Cash Flow per Share (FCFPS) Ratio

The table ranks the Free Cash Flow (FCF) per Share (FCFPS) ratio for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). FCFPS is also known as Free Cash Flow For the Firm (FCFF). The FCFPS is a financial performance indicator, which informs how much FCF (Operating Cash Flow minus Capital Expenditures) the REIT is generating per share. FCFPS is calculated by dividing the Free Cash Flow (FCF) by the Weighted Average Shares Outstanding (Diluted). A REIT with a higher free cash flow per share or with an increasing FCFPS may indicate that it is performing well and in a better financial position.
73. US REITs Gross Margin Ratio (GMR)

The ranks the Gross Margin Ratio (GMR) for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The Gross Margin ratio is also known as the Gross Profit Margin or the Gross Profit Percentage. GMR should not be confused with the Profit Margin Ratio, which is a different ratio entirely. The GMR is calculated by taking the company's Total Sales Revenue minus its Cost of Goods Sold, divided by the Total Sales Revenue, expressed as a percentage or ratio. The Gross Margin Ratio indicates the portion of each dollar of revenue the REIT retains as gross profit. The higher the GMR, the more efficient the REIT potential is. The benchmark for the Gross Margin Ratio also varies by industry and sector, so it's important to compare these values in context.
74. US REITs Gross Profit for Last Reported Quarter
75. US REITs Invested Capital for Last Reported Quarter

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76. US REITs Operating Income for Last Reported Quarter
77. US REITs Payout Ratio for Last Reported Quarter
78. US REITs Profit Margin Ratio

The table ranks the Profit Margin Ratio for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The Profit Margin Ratio, also known as the Gross Profit Ratio, is a profitability ratio and is calculated by dividing the REIT´s Net Income by its Total Revenues. The Net Income which is also known as Net Profit or Net Earnings is determined by subtracting the REIT’s total expenses from its Total Revenues. The Profit Margin ratio gives visibility into how efficiently a REIT uses its income. The higher the Profit Margin ratio, the more profit the REIT generated in relationship to every dollar of revenue it brings in. In other words, this ratio provides insight into how efficiently a REIT can convert its Revenues into Net Profit. This ratio allows for the comparison of a REIT’s performance over different periods of time, and also to compare the performance of many REITs in the same industry and sector.
79. US REITs Return on Assets (ROA) Ratio

The table ranks the Return on Assets (ROA) Ratio for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The ROA ratio is also known as the Return on Total Assets. The ROA ratio is a profitability indicator of how much operating earnings the REIT is generating relative to its total assets. The formula for calculating ROA is Income from Continuing Operations divided by Total Assets. The ROA gives visibility into the efficiency of the REIT to generate profits from its invested capital (assets). The higher the ratio, the more efficient the REIT is in generating earnings from its total assets. Now, some industries and sectors are more capital intensive than others which may be indicated by a lower ROA for the companies in the industry. Therefore, since the Return on Assets (ROA) ratio can vary amongst sectors and industries (e.g., Aerospace & Defense, Business Services, Finance, Household products, real estate sectors); it is useful to compare the REIT’s ROA ratio to other REITs in similar asset sectors (e.g., Hotels, Residential, Data Centers, Timber).
80. US REITs Return on Equity (ROE) Ratio

The below table ranks the Return on Equity (ROE) ratio for US Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs). The Return on Equity Ratio is also commonly known as Shareholders Equity, and as Return on Net Worth (RONW). The ROE ratio reveals the amount of net income returned in relation to the shareholder equity invested in the REIT. The Return on Equity shows how much profit a REIT generates with the money shareholders have invested. The formula is calculated as Income from Continuing Operations divided by the Total Common Equity. The ROE is a profitability ratio that measures how well the REIT turns the investments it receives into earning gains and growth. A higher ROE ratio indicates the REIT is more efficient in generating a profit from the capital it receives, compared to a REIT with a lower ROE ratio. The ROE ratio can vary amongst different industries and sectors so comparing it to other companies in the same sector can provide more accuracy in evaluating the REITs performance. Although the ROE ratio is an important metric, it is important to evaluate it along with other ratios, data, and analysis for the REIT and its industry. Since for example, a REIT with a higher ROE may be the result of the company having higher leverage (debt), which can put the company at financial risk.
81. US REITs Revenue Per Employee for Previous Trading Day
82. US REITs Sales Per Share Ratio for Last Reported Quarter
83. US REITs Shares Outstanding, Volume and The Float for Previous Trading Day
84. US REITs Short Ratio for Previous Trading Day
85. US REITs Tangible Asset Values for Last Reported Quarter
86. US REITs Tangible Assets Book Value per Share for Last Reported Quarter
87. What is Cap Rate?