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FTSE NAREIT US Market Real Estate Index Series - REIT Indices

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A REIT is a company that invests in real estate and distributes at least 90% of its income to its investors/shareholders. REITs are involved into financing real estate or income-producing real estate such as shopping centers, offices, hotels and apartments. As with other companies, REITs are listed on stock exchanges if they are publicly held, otherwise they are privately held.

The FTSE NAIREIT US Real Estate Index Series is a suite of REIT performance indices for the US market. These indices include the ALL REITs index, Composite REITs index, Real Estate 50 Index, Equity REITs Index, Mortgage REITs Index and Hybrid REITs Index.

REITs are usually classified into three categories: Equity, Mortgage and Hybrid. Each one of these categories is represented by one of the last three indices. The FTSE NAREIT Composite index includes all REITs that belong to equity, mortgage or hybrid category.
The All REITs Index includes all available REITs while the Real Estate 50 Index consists of the largest 50 REITs, by market capitalization, from the NAREIT Composite Index.

This trading item downloads historical data for these six indices from the reit.com website. The data is available from December 1971 to present in EXCEL format. After the data is downloaded and preceded by this item, 6 symbols are created: ^REIT_ALL_REITS, ^REIT_COMPOSITE_REITS, ^REIT_REAL_ESTATE_50, ^REIT_EQUITY_REITS, ^REIT_MORTGAGE_REITS, ^REIT_HYBRID_REITS.

Several other market indices that track the performance of REIT companies exist. The Wilshire Global Real Estate Securities Index, for example, can be downloaded here Wilshire Indices - Wilshire 5000 Index.




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