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PSR

PSR

Invesco Active US Real Estate
NYSEARCA

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86.73
+0.04
+0.05%
Closed 16:00 11/25 EST
OPEN
86.38
PREV CLOSE
86.69
HIGH
86.84
LOW
86.19
VOLUME
7.09K
TURNOVER
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52 WEEK HIGH
103.33
52 WEEK LOW
57.16
TOTAL ASSET
78.27M
YTD YIELD
-10.11%
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What Is Liquidity? (Part IX)
Almost every asset is liquid in a bull market. Only the highest quality assets are liquid in a bear market.For many classes of real estate in this Covid-19 environment, particularly offices and retail, cash flow is depressed, and some can't pay their debt obligations.Given that credit stress is correlated, all lenders must be cautious. You can't rely on the law of large numbers.
Seekingalpha · 11/05 12:22
3 Reasons Why There Really Is No Housing Shortage
The next time you hear someone in the media saying the housing market will never go down again because of an “inventory shortage,” it may be worth questioning their view.It is crucial to understand the data’s calculation to derive its real meaning.The problem with most analysis by the media is they tend to extrapolate a current data point into an infinite future.
Seekingalpha · 11/03 12:30
What U.S. Election Results Could Mean For Multifamily Housing
We talk to Mike Comparato, managing director and Head of Real Estate at Benefit Street Partners.How potential outcomes of the US presidential and congressional races could have tax and economic consequences that affect commercial real estate.He also explains why he thinks multifamily housing is positioned for success after the election.
Seekingalpha · 11/03 08:42
Manufactured Housing REITs: Not Enough Homes, So Onto Boats
Manufactured Housing REITs have proven to be immune from coronavirus-related headwinds that have slammed much of the real estate sector, collecting nearly 100% of rents, while also boosting dividends this year.Driven by the macroeconomic tailwinds associated with the affordable housing shortage and favorable demographics, Manufactured Housing ("MH") REITs have been the best-performing real estate sector of the past decade.External growth through acquisitions has provided an added boost. Amid this housing shortage, MH REITs have begun investing in a new - but fundamentally similar - asset class: boat marinas.Headwinds become tailwinds - after a sharp slowdown in late-Spring, recreational vehicle and boat sales have smashed records this summer, while the U.S. housing market has roared back to life.MH REITs aren't cheap, but long-term fundamentals remain stellar for this "essential" property sector. Low supply and strong demographic-driven demand for housing continue to provide a compelling backdrop.
Seekingalpha · 10/06 15:00
U.S. New Home Market Cap Highest Since August 2006
Based on the latest sales data reported by the U.S. Census Bureau, the preliminary nominal estimate of the market capitalization for new homes was $30.6 billion in August 2020.Perhaps more remarkably, the median sale price of new homes sold in the U.S. fell to an initial estimate of $312,700 in August 2020.With the trend for the sale prices of new homes generally flat to slightly falling over the last two years, the only way the market cap of new homes could increase is because of rising sales volumes.
Seekingalpha · 09/30 13:30
Senior Housing In A Pandemic: Challenges And Opportunities
Senior housing operators have experienced significant losses this year due to COVID-19 as well as the corresponding recession. Operating expenses have also risen, as precautions must be taken to protect this real estate sector's vulnerable residents. However, there is a light at the end of this tunnel of undetermined length, and that light is the rising population of individuals over 75 years old. Cap rates may also rise as development subsides, which will benefit existing senior housing. REITs that use the senior housing operating portfolio structure have been hit the hardest, while those that use triple net leases have done the best.
Seekingalpha · 09/25 15:59
Industrial REITs: Virus Exposes Frail Supply Chains
The "hub of e-commerce" and the hottest property sector of the last half-decade, Industrial REITs have been unfazed by the coronavirus-induced pain that has encumbered much of the REIT sector.The dramatic acceleration in e-commerce adoption has pulled forward the "retail apocalypse" trends as retailers divert more of their capital away from malls and into distribution supply chains.While much of the REIT sector was slashing dividends this year, nearly half of industrial REITs have raised dividends in 2020. Rent collection has averaged more than 97% since April.Underscoring the sector's favorable supply/demand conditions, Amazon's rumored interest in converting malls into last-mile distribution hubs has turned some heads, but the impact on industrial REITs will be immaterial.Recent earnings reports confirmed that fundamentals are back in-line with pre-pandemic expectations with positive growth expected in 2020. With the pandemic exposing deficiencies in supply chains, we believe the logistics-boom is back in the early-innings.
Seekingalpha · 09/22 17:00
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Return
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1-Month
1.8971%
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3-Month
0.6846%
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6-Month
-8.3414%
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1-Year
-10.1135%
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3-Year
4.1640%
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5-Year
7.5561%
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10-Year
8.9597%
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Since Inception
15.3685%
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Profile
Fund Name
Invesco Active US Real Estate
Risk
Medium-low risk
Inception Date
2008-11-20
Benchmark
S&P U.S. Real Estate Investment Trust TR
Advisor Company
Invesco
Custodian
Bank of New York Mellon
Manager
Rodriguez/Curbo/Jackson