REIT ANALYSIS
MADE SIMPLE

We crunch the numbers of hundreds of Equity REITs around the world to provide investors with an objective view that focus on key metrics of the real estate sector, based on the literature and used by industry experts.

WHAT YOU
WILL FIND

We go over hundreds of documents to gather data that is easy to understand and, most importantly, tailored to the real estate sector. From operational metrics like Adjusted Funds From Operations to sector and geographic diversification, we’ve built a platform to help investors understand and track what's behind their investments.

Operational

Adjusted Funds from Operations (FFO), FFO/Share, Same-property NOI Growth — Real Estate key operational metrics

Debt

Assets to Debt, Debt to EBITDA, Interest coverage — how REITs are using leverage and how sustainable is the debt level

Dividends

Forward Dividend, Dividend cuts, Dividend Growth, Payout ratio — a track record of distributions

Properties

Number of properties, GLA, occupancy, RevPar, WALT — property-related data specific for each sub sector

Diversification

Sector and geographic diversification — a breakdown of sectors and countries

Insigths

We bring it all together to provide a useful overview by country and sectors

RANKING
SYSTEM

A numerical representation based only on fundamentals (nothing that requires predictions and ever-changing assumptions) to highlight key indicators that are proved to drive long-term returns.

Years since IPO
Having a track record is important to see how the REIT has performed during real estate downturns
FFO Growth
Indicates if management is being able to grow its operational results organically or through acquisitions
FFO/Share Growth
Growing FFO/Share alongside FFO shows a more sustainable and rewarding return to shareholders
Dividend Growth
Shows if the REIT is rewarding shareholders with a growing dividend over the years
Payout
Indicates how much of the generated FFO/Share is paid out as dividends and how safe the dividends are
Debt to Assets
Indicates how leveraged a REIT is and how it could impact future growth when borrowing capital
Occupancy
High levels of occupancy indicates that the REIT is being successful to attract and keep tenants

85

/100

The income that investors can access by investing in REITs is a powerful wealth-building tool, but only if the REITs can sustain and preferably grow their dividends over time.

Brad Thomas, The Intelligent REIT Investor

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