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NAV monitor: US REITs trade at median 3.6% discount to NAV at end of August

Editor's note: This Data Dispatch is updated monthly and was last published Aug. 2. Analysis includes current publicly traded U.S. equity real estate investment trusts with market capitalizations of at least $200 million.

U.S. equity REITs traded at a median 3.6% discount to their consensus S&P Global Market Intelligence net asset value estimates at August-end.

During the past month, the healthcare sector and the "other retail" sector, which includes outlet center, single-tenant and other retail REITs, surpassed the self-storage sector and traded at the largest median premiums to NAV, at 12.6% and 12.2%, respectively. The regional mall REITs continued to trade at the largest median discount to NAV, at 19.0%.

Among the 10 REITs trading at the largest premium to NAV, six were from the healthcare sector, and two were from the other retail sector. Meanwhile, three companies each from the retail and diversified sectors were among the 10 REITs trading at the largest discounts to NAV.

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