Invesco Active U.S. Real Estate Fund (PSR)

NYSEARCA: PSR · IEX Real-Time Price · USD
83.40
-1.13 (-1.34%)
Apr 12, 2024, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
-1.34%
Assets $66.76M
Expense Ratio 0.35%
PE Ratio 28.53
Shares Out 790,000
Dividend (ttm) $2.72
Dividend Yield 3.26%
Ex-Dividend Date Mar 18, 2024
Payout Ratio 93.08%
1-Year Return -4.07%
Volume 4,809
Open 83.90
Previous Close 84.53
Day's Range 83.20 - 84.53
52-Week Low 74.41
52-Week High 92.56
Beta 0.99
Holdings 26
Inception Date Nov 20, 2008

About PSR

Fund Home Page

The Invesco Active U.S. Real Estate Fund (PSR) is an exchange-traded fund that mostly invests in real estate equity. The fund is an actively-managed portfolio of US REITs that attempts to outperform the market. PSR was launched on Nov 20, 2008 and is issued by Invesco.

Asset Class Equity
Category Real Estate
Region North America
Stock Exchange NYSEARCA
Ticker Symbol PSR
ETF Provider Invesco

Top 10 Holdings

52.44% of assets
Name Symbol Weight
Equinix, Inc. EQIX 6.95%
Prologis, Inc. PLD 6.36%
Crown Castle Inc. CCI 5.10%
Mid-America Apartment Communities, Inc. MAA 4.99%
Realty Income Corporation O 4.98%
Digital Realty Trust, Inc. DLR 4.90%
Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. HST 4.83%
Simon Property Group, Inc. SPG 4.80%
Extra Space Storage Inc. EXR 4.76%
Public Storage PSA 4.76%
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Dividends

Ex-Dividend Amount Pay Date
Mar 18, 2024 $0.68998 Mar 22, 2024
Dec 18, 2023 $0.68876 Dec 22, 2023
Sep 18, 2023 $0.68987 Sep 22, 2023
Jun 20, 2023 $0.65243 Jun 23, 2023
Mar 20, 2023 $0.645 Mar 24, 2023
Dec 19, 2022 $0.62895 Dec 23, 2022
Full Dividend History

News

Wall Street is divided on the outlook for US house prices. Here's what 6 experts have recently said.

Wall Street experts differ in their outlooks for America's housing market.  Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel, real estate tycoon Jeff Greene, and others have warned that home prices will drop, while ot...

10 months ago - Business Insider

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The S&P 500 Real Estate sector has struggled this year amid recession concerns and rising bond yields.

2 years ago - Business Insider

Barclays analyst Lea Overby calls out potential red flags for commercial real estate

Lea Overby, Barclays analyst, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the company's latest survey, which stated that global office demand could drop 10 to 20 percent due to the shift to hybrid work. For acces...

2 years ago - CNBC Television

‘Wealth Creation Through Housing Is Not Guaranteed': Here Are the Most Overvalued Housing Markets in America

A new report from researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University examined which housing markets nationwide are most overvalued.

2 years ago - Barrons

Real estate pro Ivy Zelman sees the housing market staying hot after a strong 2021

Ivy Zelman, Zelman and Associates CEO, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss how supply chain challenges are affecting the housing markets, why the booming housing market is lasting longer than she expected...

2 years ago - CNBC Television

What it takes to make money flipping homes in a crazy real estate market

More people are flipping homes, but they are making less of a profit.

2 years ago - CNN Business

Econofact: Where are house prices rising the most? And why are they going up so fast?

The price of housing has a special importance because housing is both a basic necessity and a key component of wealth.

2 years ago - Market Watch

George Soros warns that the country's troubled real estate industry could devastate its economy

China is facing an economic crisis after a real estate boom ended with a bang last year, according to investor George Soros.

2 years ago - CNN Business

Inflation is real, buy real estate, says Bill Smead

Bill Smead, Smead Capital Management CIO, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the homebuilder stocks.

2 years ago - CNBC Television

Real estate expert warns of commercial 'bloodbath'

The Commercial Academy J. Scott Scheel discusses the massive defaults that will hit the commercial real estate industry.

2 years ago - Fox Business

The Escape Home: Here's what real estate agents say to expect about the market in 2022

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2 years ago - Market Watch

Home price growth slows for third straight month

Yahoo Finance's Dani Romero discusses the slowdown in home price growth and how the pandemic has pushed many Americans into suburban homes. Don't Miss: Valley of Hype: The Culture That Built Elizabeth...

2 years ago - Yahoo Finance

Real estate outlook for 2022: Are there signs the housing market may be cooling off?

Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous speaks with CFRA Research's Ken Leon to discuss housing market trends and the the outlook for 2022. Don't Miss: Valley of Hype: The Culture That Built Elizabeth Ho...

2 years ago - Yahoo Finance

Commercial real estate sales skyrocket amid the coronavirus pandemic: Report

In an exclusive interview with Yahoo Finance, Grant Cardone, Entrepreneur and Author, discusses the recent surge in commercial real estate sales amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Don't Miss: Valley of Hype:...

2 years ago - Yahoo Finance

Home sales rebound while prices continue to climb

After the housing market finally started cooling off a bit over the summer, sales rebounded in September.

2 years ago - CNN Business

Here's where Ivy Zelman sees the housing market headed

Ivy Zelman, CEO of Zelman and Associates, joins Closing Bell to talk about the housing market and where she sees it going from here. "We believe we're already actually overbuilding in single family [h...

2 years ago - CNBC Television

One-Third Of Pending Home Sales Go Under Contract Within A Week: Report

One-third of pending home sales in the U.S. went under a contract within a week of being listed, according to new data from the brokerage Redfin Corp (NASDAQ: RDFN). What Happened: Redfin noted the sp...

2 years ago - Benzinga

Rent-to-own home ownership spikes amid COVID-19

Adena Hefets, Divvy Homes Co-Founder and CEO joins the Yahoo Finance's Akiko Fujita to discuss Divvy Homes, a property-technology startup buys homes on behalf of renters and helps them become owners. ...

2 years ago - Yahoo Finance

Home flipping is back, but profits are at decade low

CNBC's Diana Olick reports that home flipping has made a comeback this year, but still remains less profitable than it was. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: http...

2 years ago - CNBC Television

Real Estate Companies Net Combined $275M in Funding

Real estate platform Ribbon on Tuesday (Sept. 14) announced that it has generated $150 million, comprised of $75 million in Series C equity financing and $75 million in additional working capital.

2 years ago - PYMNTS

The Real Estate Market is Broken, and Vrzic Wants to Fix It

When it comes to finances and investing, Marko Vrzic, founder of Vrzic, a New York-based real estate investment company will tell you to “stop trying to save for your dream home”. While there are a nu...

2 years ago - Benzinga

More small houses are starting to hit the market, and it's another sign that the bonkers housing market is starting to get a little better

House-hunters, rejoice: The wild real estate market might finally be getting better, particularly for anyone looking for a small house.

2 years ago - Business Insider

Home Prices Are Soaring. Is That the Fed's Problem?

Low interest rates are one reason that the housing market has taken off. They are far from the only one.

2 years ago - NYTimes

Real estate market is sill hot: Analyst says low rates and pent up demand are what's driving it

Jacob Channel, Lendingtree Senior Economic Analyst, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss inflation impacts on the housing market, housing market forecast, and outlook on mortgage rates. Watch the 2021 Berks...

2 years ago - Yahoo Finance

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