Real Estate Investment Trust. REIT — rhymes with "sweet"— stands for real estate investment trust, and its popularity is growing for investors who seek to expand their portfolio beyond publicly traded company stocks or mutual funds. REIT's are different in that the profits are not taxed at the corporate level.
REITs historically have delivered competitive total returns, based on high, steady dividend income, and long-term capital appreciation. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Real estate investment trusts. The main article for this category is Real estate investment trust.
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REITs are companies that own or finance income-producing real estate in a range of property sectors.
How Can You Invest In Real Estate?
The fund is operated and owned by a company of shareholders who contribute money to invest in commercial properties, such as office and apartment buildings. These are entities that specialize in some aspect of the real estate industry. Real estate investment trusts manage real estate portfolios and distribute a large percentage of their net earnings to shareholders annually.