The Foreclosure-to-Rental Business Shows Signs of Wear and Tear
Wall Street money bought up millions of single family homes over the past few years, but the bloom may be off the rose
Souring Mortgage Debt May Be the Next Big Thing
The single-family REIT sector is still young, but there are some pretty aggressive tactics being employed—particularly since home prices have been heading higher.
The Surprising Buyers of Those Rundown Neighborhood Homes
Single-family REITs have been growing quickly by buying up distressed properties; that opportunity is slowing down in many areas, but foreclosure auctions still look like a potential growth driver, though perhaps not the only one.
Is This High Yielder Setting Up for a Dividend Cut?
Income investors understandably hate dividend cuts -- here's one company that looks like it may be telegraphing just such a haircut.
3 Dividend Stocks on the Verge of Boosting Payouts
A REIT without a dividend is like an unfinished house. Here are a few dividend-less REITs (or close to it) that look to be on the verge of completing themselves.