The focus of Omega Healthcare Investors on skilled nursing facilities and senior housing should produce enough cash flow to keep its dividend secure.
Shares of Hersha are down 21% for the year.
The data center REIT has seen sellers of its shares become more aggressive in the last few weeks, so it may be best to avoid the stock for now.
Shares of the retail REIT carry a healthy yield but could be in for a period of sideways action or even a correction.
Gas station and convenience store real estate investment trust Getty Realty has sped past the woes of earlier this decade, and is now beating consensus estimates on funds from operations and revenues.
Every investment portfolio should include a core of equities that offer reliable long-term capital growth, as well as a steady income flow.
Simon Property Group is trading at a low multiple and a high yield based on historic standards, which makes it a buy.
These names should benefit from the aging of the population and the increasing use of medical and healthcare facilities.
The real estate investment trust W.P. Carey is yielding 4.5% and has strong earnings and rising share price.
Investors looking for Asian real estate exposure can get both equity gains and yield from Asia-focused REITs.
Three charts of VTR look positive. Here's how to play the stock.
These three CEFs are particularly appealing right now, with overhyped fears making them unusually cheap.
We run Medical Properties Trust through our dividend-metric gauntlet to see whether the healthcare REIT can maintain its payout pace.
A low-rate cycle makes this REIT attractive for income investors.
The iShares U.S. Real Estate exchange-traded fund IYR looks quite good, as Tuesday's move pushes it above recent resistance at $92.50 -- here's how to play it.
Chatham Lodging has an attractive 8% yield, but a recession could spell trouble, so do your your homework before reserving this stock.
This group benefits from two trends -- declining interest rates and an aging of the population.
STAG Industrial is a real estate investment trust that offers a 5% yield and frequent dividends that could help retirees and others on fixed incomes.
EPR Properties has a long, safe track record of robust growth, and a strong total return outlook.
Those in charge of companies know more about their businesses than anyone else, so when a firm like Macerich sees officers and directors line up to buy over 100,000 shares, you should pay attention.
These names are ideal for investors seeking a combination of capital gains and dividends.
DEA is a real estate investment trust with a high 5.6% yield that provides properties critical to U.S. government agencies.
If interest rates go lower, that will likely jump-start investor demand for quality dividend companies -- looking to these real estate investment trusts is a good bet.
Let's check out the charts and indicators so it doesn't feel like we are rolling the dice with just the fundamentals.
An industry-wide rout of real estate investment trusts has brought ultra-high quality Simon Property Group back into extremely undervalued territory.
These names offer a high degree of safety and income in an uncertain market, and should get a boost from the Fed's dovish stance on interest rates.
The operator of upscale hotels is the only lodging REIT in the S&P 500 Index and is trading at a below-average multiple.
Yielding nearly 9%, this high-risk real estate investment trust is alluring, but also risky.
Watching St. Louis top Boston on Wednesday proves key characteristics good investing: Don't give up, look for gems, and fear not management changes.
A pause in interest-rate hikes (or even an interest rate cut) would be a growth tailwind for this name moving forward.