Summary

For investors, the growth of the public real estate market has created more opportunities to access attractive potential returns with the added benefit of moderating portfolio risk.

REITs own office buildings, shopping centers, seniors homes, industrial properties, apartment complexes and specialty buildings such as those that house data warehouses and pharmaceutical laboratories. The REITs lease these properties to tenants. They are popular with investors seeking income because after collecting the rent and paying their expenses, REITs pay out the bulk of what’s left to shareholders in the form of dividends.

 

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