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What Do Higher Interest Rates Mean for REITs?

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Release Date: 09/25/2022

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Stock prices don’t always reflect business performance. That’s the case for many real estate investment trusts (where some occupancies are above pre-pandemic highs) but the effects of rising interest rates may be in its early innings. 

John Worth is the executive vice president for research and investor outreach at the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts, or Nareit. Deidre Woollard and Matt Frankel caught up with Worth to talk about:
- Strong REIT business performances and sliding stock prices
- The lasting effects of COVID on commercial real estate
- Why private equity firms are buying up public REITs

Companies mentioned: PLD, DRE

Hosts: Deidre Woollard, Matt Frankel
Guest: John Worth
Producer: Ricky Mulvey
Engineers: Dan Boyd, Brandon Gentry