2022 has seen some of the best ETFs and fund dropping like a fly . REIT is not exception.
Here is the REIT return on investment on annual basis from 1972-2022
If we look at the
Annual Average return on REIT
There are only limited events when it was negative more then 10%
1973, 1974 : In the early 1970s, America’s post-World War II economic miracle lost its momentum. The 1973 and 1974 oil shocks, the global steel crisis, the Nixon administration’s price and wage controls, and a collapsing stock market all contributed to the country’s rapid descent into recession. Stagflation, in which unemployment and inflation remained stubbornly high while slowing GDP growth and falling by 3.8 percent, set this slump apart from previous.
1990: With nominal prices declining by 0.9 percent, a housing bubble that had been growing since the middle of the 1980s broke during this recession. However, real housing prices dropped by as much as 7%, and in some areas of the country, like New York City, they didn’t return to their levels from the late 1980s until 2002.
2007-2008 : It is understandable why home values dropped so sharply given that the US housing market was the main cause of the Great Recession. Contrarily, the residential real estate industry has been rather strong and stable during the current Covid-19 recession, and this, along with the other variables we’ve stated, should go a long way toward minimizing its influence on prices.
2022: We are still trying to give a name to this event, Let’s just call Easy money recession which has sent every asset class to bottom. REIT has drop as much as -19% year to date ( July-2022 )
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