The retail REIT Q3 earnings season kicks off on Tuesday, and shareholders are hoping for some strong numbers following a rough couple of months for REITs. Goldman Sachs analyst Andrew Rosivach said the firm will be watching re-leasing spreads and management commentary this quarter.
Goldman will be looking for any contraction in re-leasing spreads. Rosivach will be particularly interested in seeing if store closures byMacy’s Inc M 0.74% and Sears Holdings Corp SHLD 1.61% will have any immediate impact on re-leasing.
Re-leasing spreads in the 8–10 percent range allow opportunity for 4–5 percent EBTDA growth from REITs, but tighter spreads could spell trouble.
“During earnings we will look for companies’ commentary on the extent to which they believe they will be impacted by department store closures over the next year, and their perceived demand for that space,” Rosivach noted.
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