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What determines the mean reversion speed of NAV spreads?

Alexander Schiller, René-Ojas Woltering, Christian Weis and Steffen Sebastian

Journal of Property Research, 2022, vol. 39, issue 4, 293-320

Abstract: In this paper, we study the mean reversion behaviour of NAV spreads for a global sample of 219 listed real estate stocks. We find NAV spreads for companies trading at a high discount to mean revert fastest. Remarkably, we also provide evidence that online search attention impacts the mean reversion speed of NAV spreads: Stocks with lower levels of online search attention mean-revert significantly faster than those with higher levels. Our global research setting allows us to show that a country’s average NAV spread has an impact on the NAV spreads of individual stocks. Ultimately, we find that the NAV spread of companies receiving high levels of online search attention has a disproportionately high impact on the NAV spreads of other companies.

Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1080/09599916.2022.2105251

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