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3 Equity REIT Stocks Poised to Stay Afloat Despite Industry Hiccups

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Although there has been improvement in the fundamentals of the real estate market compared to the onset of the pandemic, the crisis-induced demand patterns are prevalent and hurting the REIT and Equity Trust - Other industry’s overall prospects. Also, the recovery of different asset categories is likely to be uneven. Moreover, investors’ sector rotation sentiments post-vaccine are creating hiccups. However, with the industry offering the real estate structure for several economic activities, be it real or virtual, there are pockets of strength even amid the pandemic-triggered industry weakness. Particularly, with the healthy fundamentals of the digital economy, migration trends, easing of restrictions and prospects for economic growth, National Storage Affiliates Trust (NSA), OUTFRONT Media Inc. (OUT) and Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (CLI) are likely to benefit.
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