Fitch Ratings Sees Decline for Real Estate Investment Trusts Reviewed by Momizat on . While real estate investment trusts (REITS) have strengthened their credit profiles in the last few years, Fitch Ratings is anticipating a decline in their posi While real estate investment trusts (REITS) have strengthened their credit profiles in the last few years, Fitch Ratings is anticipating a decline in their posi Rating: 0
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Fitch Ratings Sees Decline for Real Estate Investment Trusts

Fitch Ratings Sees Decline for Real Estate Investment Trusts

While real estate investment trusts (REITS) have strengthened their credit profiles in the last few years, Fitch Ratings is anticipating a decline in their positive rating for 2014.  According to Fitch, the upgrade/downgrade ratio for U.S. REITS has remained at 10:1 since 2011 and that most have now completed their deleveraging techniques.  As a result, representatives for Fitch expressed that “credit metrics may soon reach an inflection point.”  For full details on the projected analysis, please visit the Appraisal Institute.

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