November 10, 2022
Why NOI isn’t the strongest metric for evaluating a REIT’s growth?

The majority of investors often look for investments that offer great benefits without much risk. Individual real estate investments do provide many benefits, but they also expose investors to great financial risks as well. However, a REIT or Real Estate Investment Trust allows investors to own large income-producing properties without the burden of owning or […]

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November 10, 2022
Innovative ways to plan a REIT Investment

A REIT generally has large investment properties in their portfolio. A REIT usually leases properties to tenants and earns income in the form of rent, which is then divided among its shareholders. In order to qualify as a REIT, a company must comply with the following rules – How a REIT generates revenue? Most REITs […]

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November 10, 2022
Invest in REITs for long-term benefits

There won’t be any human on this planet who doesn’t want a secure and stable source of income in their life, particularly after retirement. That’s why people invest in mutual funds. The return may not be high, but there is an assurance. Same goes with REITs in real estate investment. REITs provide fixed returns (subject […]

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November 10, 2022
A Step By Step Guide for your REIT Investment

Published On - July 26, 2019 It’s an investor’s responsibility to keep searching for different investment options from time to time. Real estate investment requires a lot of patience and a positive attitude even in adverse situations. Buying a property only requires capital. However, maintaining the same property for a long time requires capital as well […]

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November 10, 2022
Should you use FFO or AFFO as a metric to measure a REIT’s cash flow?

Published On - July 26, 2019 Over the years, REIT investment has become a popular choice among real estate investors, particularly among the retirees. With benefits akin to that offered by a mutual fund investment, REIT lets investors invest in real estate properties without the burden of purchasing and managing those properties. The majority of REITs […]

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November 10, 2022
Real Estate Investment Trust – Who should invest?

Published On - August 2, 2019 A Real Estate Investment Trust is a company or trust that owns, and in most cases, operates real estate properties. REITs allow investors to invest in income-producing properties without the burden of going out and purchasing those properties. The business model of a REIT varies depending upon what kind of […]

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November 10, 2022
Do you need to be an accredited investor to invest in REITs?

What does being an accredited investor means? There is no process of becoming an accredited investor. You don’t  need to apply for a license or pass a test to qualify as an accredited investor. Instead, your wealth or to be precise your annual income determines your accreditation. As per the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), […]

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November 10, 2022
Everything You Should Know About Real Estate Investment Trust

Published On - August 12, 2019 Though real estate investments offer great benefits, they don’t guarantee fixed returns. Holding an investment for a long time may result in rising maintenance expenditure on the property, which increases an investor’s liabilities. To give investors a flexible and more secure investment structure, REIT investment was introduced in the United […]

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November 8, 2022
Private vs. Public REITs: Finding the Best Financial Fit

The reasons why an individual chooses to invest vary; however, most cite earning a high return on investment as one of their financial objectives. Whether it is immediate income or capital appreciation, wealth accumulation is a primary consideration for investors. One investment that meets this financial objective, while providing additional benefits, is a real estate […]

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October 8, 2022
Seeking to Build Wealth Through REIT Investing

Real estate investing has long been considered a reliable way to attempt to build wealth. However, real estate investing requires active management, driving away many of today’s accredited investors. In 1960, a solution to this problem was presented in the form of real estate investment trusts, or REITs – Congress established REITs to “allow individual […]

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  • There is no guarantee that any strategy will be successful or achieve investment objectives;
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