Stephen Boyd

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For REITs, NOI Recovery Is Trending in the Right Direction

Life is returning to normal in the U.S. and the bottom line reflects it for these investors.

Some REIT Sectors Still Feel Pandemic Effects

Which three categories should be watched most closely in 2022? Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings weighs in.

Emboldened by Recovery, REITs Expand Again

Despite lingering fallout from the pandemic, most REITs will be more aggressive this year, writes Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings.

How High Inflation Could Impact REITs

Performance for these companies in the coming year hinges largely on the duration and severity of rising prices, notes Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings.

Why Slow Return-to-Office Doesn’t Threaten Office REITs Now

While long-range views are still cloudy, there are encouraging signs of stability in the leasing markets, according to Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings.

Why REITs Are Optimistic Despite Declines in Appraisals

Valuation dips in the office sector and certain retail categories are not expected to be existential, says Fitch Ratings' Stephen Boyd.

Work-From-Home to Pressure Office REITs in Longer Term

Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings examines shifting demand factors and what they mean for NOI.

U.S. REITs’ Long Road to Full Economic Recovery

It will be some time before property sectors return to the peak cash flows they enjoyed in 2019, according to Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings.

Why Some Apartment REITs Face NOI Challenges

Current economic and demographic trends could spell trouble for these investors' bottom lines, says Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings.

Why Remote Work Creates Cash Flow Risk for Office REITs

Rent collections are stable, but most leasing activity currently consists of short-term commitments, notes Stephen Boyd of Fitch Ratings.

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