Q4 2021 Top Real Estate stocks to consider

By Kirsteen Mackay


Here are some Real Estate stocks to consider for Q4 2021 based on momentum, value and growth.

Real estate stocks, often referred to as REITs (real estate investment trusts), are in the buildings business. These companies make their money by owning or funding buildings or construction projects before leasing or renting the premises.

Public REITs own approximately $2.5trn in assets, translating to more than 500,000 properties. These buildings are from various property sectors and include offices, shopping malls, data centers, and storage facilities.

Investing in real estate can help add diversity to a portfolio. REITs tend to hold their value well and can provide steady income through regular dividends.

Some major real estate stocks to be aware of are:

  • American Tower Corporation (AMT)

  • ProLogis Inc. (PLD)

  • Crown Castle International Corporation (CCI)

  • Simon Property Group (SPG)

  • Digital Realty (DLR)

  • Equinix (EQIX)

  • Public Storage (PSA)

Q4 2021 Real Estate momentum stocks

Momentum refers to the speed or rate of change in stock price. Healthy price trends tend to exhibit strong momentum, and price weakens when momentum subsides. The following real estate stocks have been enjoying a rise in momentum in recent weeks. Can their streak continue through Q4?

Jones Lang LaSalle Inc

Jones Lang LaSalle Inc, a professional services company, provides real estate and investment management services in America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia Pacific. It has recently been enjoying significant earnings per share (EPS) growth.

Marcus & Millichap Inc.

Marcus & Millichap Inc., an investment brokerage company, provides real estate investment brokerage and financing services to sellers and buyers of commercial real estate in the United States and Canada. MMI stock has recently been enjoying significant sales and EPS growth.

Opendoor Technologies Inc.

Opendoor Technologies Inc. operates a digital platform for residential real estate that enables consumers to buy and sell their homes. OPEN stock is a profitable business, growing at a rapid pace.

Q4 2021 Real Estate growth stocks

Growth in sales and/or earnings per share indicates a business that is growing. Growth stocks can make very lucrative investments when the share price rises in time with the business expansion. But growth stocks are also risky as investment analysis is based on future price action rather than historical price performance. Famous growth investors include Philip Fisher, T. Rowe Price, and Jim Slater.

CBRE Group Inc.

CBRE Group Inc.operates as a commercial real estate services and investment company worldwide. Several analysts appear bullish on CBRE stock.

Weyerhaeuser Company

Weyerhaeuser Companyis a timber, land, and forest products company. Segments it covers include Timberlands, Real Estate, Energy and Natural Resources (Real Estate & ENR), and Wood Products. The company is expanding into Texas. WY stock has recently been enjoying significant sales and EPS growth.

Newmark Group Inc.

Newmark Group, Inc. provides commercial real estate services in the United States and internationally. Newmark has recently been displaying sales growth, and analysts are bullish on its future outlook.

Q4 2021 Real Estate value stocks

Value investing is a prevalent type of stock market investing advocated by Billionaire investor Warren Buffett. When growth stocks are in favor, value stocks tend to be less popular and vice versa. Value stocks should be trading for less than their intrinsic or book value.

Nobility Homes Inc.

Nobility Homes Inc. designs, manufactures, and sells various manufactured and modular homes in Florida. It has been enjoying solid sales during the robust property market.

RMR Group Inc.

RMR Group Inc.is a property holding company. The company’s business includes publicly owned real estate and real estate related businesses. Analyst consensus deems RMR stock overweight.


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Author: Kirsteen Mackay

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