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Hoya Capital Housing ETF (HOMZ)

NYSEARCA: HOMZ · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
42.20 0.53 (1.28%)
Oct 20, 2021 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Assets$74.97M
NAV$41.65
Expense Ratio0.30%
PE Ratio19.50
Shares Out1.80M
Dividend (ttm)$1.14
Dividend Yield2.73%
Ex-Dividend DateOct 19, 2021
1-Year Return
-
Volume18,036
Open41.77
Previous Close41.67
Day's Range41.77 - 42.23
52-Week Low27.58
52-Week High42.33
Beta1.33
Holdings101
Inception DateMar 20, 2019

About HOMZ

The investment seeks to track the performance, before fees and expenses, of the Hoya Capital Housing 100 TM Index. The index is a rules-based index composed of 100 companies that collectively represent the performance of the U.S. residential housing industry. Normally at least 80% of the fund's net assets will be invested in real estate and housing-related companies. It will generally use a "replication" strategy to achieve its investment objective, meaning it generally will invest in all of the component securities of the index in approximately the same proportion as in the index.

Asset ClassEquity
RegionNorth America
IssuerHoya Capital
Stock ExchangeNYSEARCA
Ticker SymbolHOMZ
Index TrackedHoya Capital Housing 100 Index

Top 10 Holdings

20.68% of assets
NameSymbolWeight
Lowe'sLOW3.34%
Home DepotHD3.24%
NexPoint Residential TrustNXRT1.84%
Independence Realty TrustIRT1.82%
Camden Property TrustCPT1.79%
Extra Space StorageEXR1.78%
Mid-America Apartment CommunitiesMAA1.77%
CubeSmartCUBE1.73%
Equity LifeStyle PropertiesELS1.69%
Sun CommunitiesSUI1.67%
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Dividends

Ex-DividendAmountPay Date
Oct 19, 2021$0.11548-
Sep 14, 2021$0.03627Sep 16, 2021
Aug 17, 2021$0.03561Aug 19, 2021
Jul 13, 2021$0.08163Jul 15, 2021
Jun 15, 2021$0.03209Jun 17, 2021
May 18, 2021$0.04486May 20, 2021
Full Dividend History

News

Will ETFs Gain From Upbeat US Homebuilder Confidence in October?

The U.S. housing sector scenario seems to improve with strength in housing demand amid persistent supply-chain constraints that can impact affordability.

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2 days ago - Zacks Investment Research

Will Housing ETFs Gain as US New Home Sales Rise in August?

The U.S. housing sector sees some favorable data releases as new home sales increase in August.

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3 weeks ago - Zacks Investment Research

Hoya Capital Debuts 2nd ETF

‘RIET' targets high yield REITs in a portfolio of 100 securities.

3 weeks ago - ETFcom

Can ETFs Gain From Upbeat US Homebuilder Confidence in September?

The U.S. housing sector scenario seems improving with strength in housing demand and declining lumber prices.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
1 month ago - Zacks Investment Research

Forget Bubble Fear: Bet on Housing ETFs

The U.S. housing market has been in the pink over the past few months despite the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Many may think it is a housing bubble, but in reality it could prove as a housing boom.

Other symbols:ITBXHB
1 month ago - Zacks Investment Research

Will Housing ETFs Gain as US New Home Sales Rise in July?

The U.S. housing sector sees favorable data releases as new home sales increase in July after decreasing for three successive months.

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1 month ago - Zacks Investment Research

Are ETFs in Trouble as US Homebuilder Confidence Drops in August?

Persistent headwinds of rising material prices along with supply and labor shortages continue to take a toll on builder confidence.

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2 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Pain or Gain Ahead for Homebuilding ETFs?

Sales of new single-family homes dropped to an annualized rate of 676,000, 6.6% below May???s data. But existing home sales gained moderately last month and lower rates may keep the demand for housing s...

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
2 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

What Awaits Housing ETFs on Upbeat US Existing Home Sales Data?

The latest housing data brings back optimism amid persistent headwinds of rising material prices along with supply chain and labor shortages.

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2 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Are ETFs in Trouble as US Homebuilder Confidence Slips in July?

Persistent headwinds of rising material prices along with supply chain and labor shortages continue to take a toll on builder confidence.

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3 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Is the Rally in Homebuilding ETFs Over?

Builder sentiment in June dropped to its lowest level in the last 10 months as as construction costs pushed up new home prices.

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3 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Will Housing ETFs Suffer as US New Home Sales Decline?

The streak of weak U.S. housing data continues to flow in and highlight growing struggle from soaring softwood lumber prices and other material and labor costs.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
3 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

What Awaits Housing ETFs as US Existing Home Sales Drop Again?

The U.S. housing sector continues to struggle with rising material costs and limited inventories.

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3 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Will Housing ETFs Continue to Suffer From Rising Material Costs?

The latest housing data continues to reflect growing struggle of homebuilders with respect to soaring softwood lumber prices and other material and labor costs.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
4 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Are ETFs in Trouble as US Homebuilder Confidence Slips in June?

Persistent headwinds of rising material prices and supply chain shortages have taken a toll on builder confidence in June.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
4 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Housing ETFs to Suffer as New Home Sales Disappoint in April

The U.S. housing sector continues to struggle with rising material costs and limited inventories.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
4 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

What Awaits Housing ETFs as US Existing Home Sales Disappoint?

The U.S. housing sector continues to struggle with rising material costs and limited inventories.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
4 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Will ETFs Suffer on Disappointing US Housing Starts in April?

The U.S. housing sector is suffering from increasing struggles due to soaring softwood lumber prices and other material and labor costs.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
5 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Will ETFs Gain as US Homebuilder Confidence Stays Steady in May?

Homebuilder confidence index has managed to remain steady despite worries surrounding soaring softwood lumber prices and other material and labor costs.

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5 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Upbeat Call on Lowe's Helps Lift Homebuilder ETFs

Lowe's (NYSE: LOW) jumped Thursday after Oppenheimer upgraded the home construction company's outlook, lifting homebuilder sector-related exchange traded funds on Thursday. Among the better-performing a...

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5 months ago - ETF Trends

Housing ETFs to Shine Bright as New Home Sales Rise in March

Let's take a look at a few housing ETFs that might gain from the upbeat U.S. housing market scenario.

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5 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

What Awaits Housing ETFs as US Existing Home Sales Fall?

The U.S. housing sector continues to struggle with rising material costs and limited inventories.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
5 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Will Housing ETFs Rise on Upbeat US Housing Starts in March?

The U.S. housing market is seeing a steady rise in demand amid increasing material and labor costs.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
6 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Will Housing ETFs Gain as US Homebuilder Confidence Rises?

The U.S. housing market is seeing a steady rise in demand amid increasing material and labor costs.

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
6 months ago - Zacks Investment Research

Homebuying Still Viewed as an Excellent Investment Option

The momentum behind the home construction sector and homebuilder-related exchange traded funds could still have legs as investors continue to target the housing market. According to the Federal Bank of ...

Other symbols:ITBPKBXHB
6 months ago - ETF Trends