Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT)
A REIT is a real estate investment trust that owns, operates or finances properties that produce income in a particular sector of the real estate market. Investors can buy publicly traded shares in a REIT, a REIT fund on major stock exchanges, or a private REIT to diversify their portfolio and generate income.
REITs make their money through the mortgages underlying real estate development or on rental incomes once the property is developed. REITs provide shareholders with a steady income and, if held long-term, growth that reflects the appreciation of the property it owns.
Real estate syndication is similar to REIT's but with a few major differences:
Number of Properties
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