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Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

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Real estate investment trusts (REITs) own income-producing real estate. They provide small investors with a way to add a real estate component to their portfolios.

REITs can invest in a variety of property types or specialize in one type, such as shopping centers, apartments, warehouses, office buildings and hotels.

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Blaine from WA posted over 6 years ago: is a good resource on REITs

Donald D'Aquila from NY posted 4 days ago:

Please provide me the pro's and con's of REITS.
I want to retire at 62 (1.5 years from now) and need monthly income from my $700,000 investment!

Jackie McClellan from IL posted 3 days ago:

Hello Donald, please check out the article above. It was in the most recent AAII Journal.

Thank you.

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