Boston Properties' (BXP) involvement in mixed-used developments, efforts to boost NOI through contribution from development deliveries and raising occupancy level augur well for long-term growth.
RLJ Lodging Trust's (RLJ) sale of Fairmont Copley Plaza highlights its efforts to dispose non-core assets and channelize the proceeds in strategic priorities.
Boston Properties (BXP) has solid fundamentals to back dividend hikes. The company has achieved annual compounded revenue growth rate of 8.17% over the last five years.
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Boston Properties (BXP) is well poised to grow in an improving economy and healthy labor market. However, increasing supply of office space might partly impede the growth.
Boston Properties (BXP) reported higher revenues and improved liquidity position in its Q3 results.
Host Hotels & Resorts' (HST) third-quarter results anticipated to bear the impact of the holiday shift as well as tough comps due to the Olympics held in Brazil last year.
Boston Properties (BXP) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity and has a positive Zacks Earnings ESP heading into earnings season.
Federal Realty's (FRT) portfolio-repositioning efforts position it well for better Q3 results. However, mounting pressure from online retailers is expected to prevent it from delivering stellar performance.
Regency Centers' (REG) solid portfolio of grocery anchored shopping centers will likely aid in maintaining mall traffic. Moreover, its merger with Equity One will likely boost Q3 results.
Despite a favorable demand supply dynamics, Rayonier's (RYN) results are expected to be affected by intense competition from a variety of substitute products in Q3.
Extra Space Storage (EXR) is likely to experience solid demand backed by favorable demographic changes. High brand value, strategic buyouts and robust presence in key cities serve as growth drivers.
Boston Properties' (BXP) Q3 results will likely gain traction from solid demand for its properties amid economic growth and job market gains. Let's see if the stock is poised for a beat this quarter.
Strong performance of affiliates should boost Affiliated Managers' (AMG) profitability in Q3. Also, it might witness marginal decrease in costs.
Amid an improving economy, GGP Inc's (GGP) retail properties have the capability to generate decent cash flows in Q3. However, declining mall traffic and store closures remain concerns.
Alexandria's (ARE) strategy of channeling capital from non-core assets to investments in value-creating properties will likely result in earnings dilution.
Duke Realty Corporation (DRE) witnessed same-property net operating income growth on the back of robust rental growth in Q3. Nonetheless, total occupancy declined sequentially.
Mid-America Apartment Communities (MAA) reported robust operating results in Q3 on the back of growth in rental revenues. The residential REIT exited the quarter with higher liquidity.
Despite positive earnings revision estimate, high customer concentration and a debt-laden balance sheet continue to mar American Tower's (AMT) growth prospects in third-quarter 2017.
AvalonBay (AVB) Q3 results are likely to gain from favorable demographics and job growth. However, rising supply and delay in construction activities in development portfolio might mar the positives.