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2. 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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4. 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.
5. 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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9. 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.
10. 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.
11. List of Stock and Securities Exchanges

List of Stock and Securities Exchanges that work with REITs.
12. 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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16. REIT Balance Sheets
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20. REITAnalytics

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.
21. REITCommunity

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.
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23. REITRating List

REITRating is REITNote's Real Estate Investment Trust industry-specific rating and ranking system.
24. REITs by Sector
25. 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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