|Bid||0.00 x 900|
|Ask||0.00 x 800|
|Day's Range||85.51 - 86.49|
|52 Week Range||55.21 - 86.94|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.98|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||31.88|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.12 (2.47%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Prologis' (PLD) Q3 performance expected to reflect benefits from the company's efforts to leverage on the industrial real estate market's solid fundamentals.
Duke Realty (DRE) inks five leases for an aggregate 860,296 square feet of space in Chicago, enabling the company to achieve full occupancy at its recently-delivered spec building.
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The Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA), a consortium of technology and transportation firms formed to create blockchain standards for the freight industry, announced that Prologis, Inc., the global leader in logistics real estate, has joined as its newest member – and as the first real estate company to participate. Prologis joins IBM, Daimler, FedEx, Panalpina and dozens of other global brands on BiTA's roster.
Liberty Property's (LPT) upcoming industrial facilities in Southwest Phoenix's in-fill industrial core will likely enable it to command premium rent and enjoy rapid leasing.
Prologis plans to develop a modern industrial facility in North San Jose, according to a member of the team that represented Prologis in the purchase.
Prologis (PLD) has been upgraded to a Zacks Rank 2 (Buy), reflecting growing optimism about the company's earnings prospects. This might drive the stock higher in the near term.
Capitalizing on favorable fundamentals of the industrial real estate sector, Duke Realty (DRE) signs new as well as renewal and expansion leases at its industrial park in Garner.
Real estate stocks have outperformed this year, and there's room for growth in a particular subsector. Here's why investors should look beyond property.
There are plenty of benefits to having an allocation to real estate in your portfolio. From income generation to having an asset class that helps fight inflation, every investor should have some allocation to real estate. For most of us that aren't high net worth investors that means either owning one or two rental properties or buying real estate investment trusts (REITs).REITs make it real estate ownership easy and without many of the hassles that come with owning a rental property. With the security type, investors can gain access to a variety of property types and locations with one ticker. And thanks to their tax structure, REITs hand back much of their cash flows as dividends. However, there is one way that being a direct property owner does win big over REITs. And that's those sweet monthly rent checks from tenants.But REIT investors may not need to fret.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThere are a handful of top-notch and high yielding REITs that do reward their shareholders every month. And with these firms, investors big and small can finally gain all the benefits of a landlord without all the hassles. * 5 Red Hot Housing Stocks Sprinting to Decade Highs With that, here are three monthly paying REITs to buy today. STAG Industrial (STAG)Source: Shutterstock Dividend Yield: 4.81%Talk about being in the right place at the right time. Thanks to rising e-commerce/omnichannel growth and a strengthening economy, STAG Industrial (NYSE:STAG) has been a winner since its IPO back 2011- offering plenty of dividend growth and capital appreciation. The key is that the firm focuses on warehouse and light industrial properties. These property types have been big winners in the shift towards reshoring and online consumerism. Rising demand and rents have simply translated into gains for STAG.But it's the kind of warehouses that STAG owns that sets it apart from rivals like Prologis (NYSE:PLD).STAG focuses on single and smaller warehouse properties. The benefit to the REIT is that often these warehouses can be bought on the cheap and below replacement costs. Secondly, tenant pricing power and quality for many of these small- and mid-size firms allows STAG to charge higher rents than other warehouse REITs. Since 2007, rents for Non-Super Primary markets -- the fancy way of saying STAG's niche -- have grown by nearly 16%. This contrasts to just 9% growth for Super Primary ones. In the end, the combination of these two factors has helped support STAG's FFO growth and dividends.To reduce risk, STAG has grown large. Today, the REIT owns more than 409 properties and no tenant makes up more than 2.1% of its warehouses. A strong balance sheet doesn't hurt either.The best part is STAG is willing to share the wealth via a growing monthly dividend. All in all, STAG could be one fo the best ways for investors to become a landlord via REITs. Apple Hospitality (APLE)Source: Shutterstock Dividend Yield: 7.31%When it comes to REITs, the lodging industry is often overlooked by investors. That's because, unlike something like an apartment building or medical office, hotel demand is very economically sensitive. So, historically, the lodging REITs have been a more volatile subsector of the market. But there are ways to reduce that risk and score a monthly dividend. Case in point, Apple Hospitality (NYSE:APLE).APLE owns 234 hotels across 38 states. Like previously mentioned STAG, the win for Apple comes down to its niche. The hotelier focuses on so-called select-service or room's focused hotel properties. These fall within middle ground between budget conscience travelers and upper-scale consumers. Moreover, select-service hotels tend to be frequented by business travelers who aren't very price-sensitive given then tend to use expense accounts or receive reimbursements for travel. Top brands in APLE's portfolio include Hilton's (NYSE:HLT) Embassy Suites and Marriott's (NASDAQ:MAR) Courtyard, Residence Inn, and TownePlace Suites concepts.What's great about the middle ground is that operating margins tend to be better than even upscale hotels. There's less demand from clients, but the rooms are still nice and command a premium over budget hotels. As a result, Apple has some of the best operating margins in the lodging sector while still maintaining high revenues-per-available-room (RevPAR) numbers. * 7 Stocks to Buy Under $10 And it's used those margins to reduce debt, expand its portfolio of hotels and pay a steady 7.31% monthly dividend. LTC Properties Inc (LTC)Source: Shutterstock Dividend Yield: 4.50%Rising healthcare spending and the continued "Graying of America" could easily be two of the biggest megatrends facing investors these days. Better and greater access to healthcare solutions is only increasing longevity and our lifespans. That's a major problem considering the specialized facilities needed to care for the elderly. Luckily, LTC Properties (NYSE:LTC) is up to the task.The LTC stands for Long-Term Care and REIT invests in senior housing and assisted living facilities. This is a particularly sweet spot in the medical property market as demand for these facilities continues to grow as longevity rises and more seniors need aid. Even better is that private-pay facilities can generate very high margins from tenants. Currently, LTC has about 200 properties under its umbrella. However, it continues to add deals that are instantly accreditive to its bottom line.The cool thing about LTC is that it is considered a hybrid REIT. That is, it owns both physical properties as well as invests in mortgages/provides loans to other developers. This creates a varied income stream for the REIT that helps pads its bottom line. Also helping is that fact that LTC doesn't operate the facilities, it just simply collects a rent check. This eliminates many of the risks associated with the healthcare sector.What it all really does is make LTC an earnings machine. Last quarter, FFO did rise slightly despite plenty of building/construction activity for the REIT. Meanwhile, LTC has managed to raise its monthly dividend 32% since 2010. Currently, LTC yields 4.5%.Disclosure: At the time of writing, Aaron Levitt did not have a position in any stock mentioned. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 7 Stocks to Buy Under $10 * 30 Marijuana Stocks to Buy as the Future Turns Green * 7 Consumer Stocks Ready to Rally Hard The post Be Your Own Landlord With These 3 Monthly Paying REITs appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Though Prologis (PLD) is well poised to gain from high demand for industrial real estate space amid e-retail boom and healthy consumer-spending levels, trade tensions and supply woes remain concerns.
With fixed annual rent escalations, weighted average lease term of 22 years and an asset class experiencing high demand, W. P. Carey's (WPC) industrial investments seem a strategic fit.
Delivering on its strategy to increase ownership of industrial properties, Lexington Realty (LXP) acquires a portfolio of three e-commerce properties, which are encouragingly 100% leased.
Sabra Health Care (SBRA) restates unsecured credit facility aggregating $2.2 billion, which will improve its debt maturities laddering. The company has no significant expirations until 2022.
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) will take almost 500,000 square feet of space and Home Depot (NYSE: HD) nearly 100,000, according to the Wall Street Journal. The three-story building is reportedly 590,000 square feet and located minutes from downtown Seattle and the port.
With the latest buyouts in Oakland and Brooklyn, Terreno Realty (TRNO) is poised to bank on robust industry fundamentals. Strategic sells offer capital for growth endeavors to the company.
Plymouth Industrial's (PLYM) latest lease agreement with Spartan Logistics enables the company to fill the largest vacancy in its portfolio, achieving 76% leasing for the facility.
Prologis, Inc. is a US$53b large-cap, real estate investment trust (REIT) based in San Francisco, United States. REIT...
Terreno Realty (TRNO) poised to capitalize on the robust industry fundamentals, backed its latest expansion efforts in Auburn, Los Angeles and Carlstadt.
Highwoods Properties' (HIW) market rotation plan, which is in sync with enhancing BBD office focus, is likely to be accretive to cash flows.