REIT - Residential

  1. The Top 5 Real Estate ETFs for 2016

    Five highly liquid REIT funds offer investors a wide variety of choices but pay attention ...
  2. IYR: iShares US Real Estate ETF

    Learn about the iShares US Real Estate fund, which holds shares of equity and nonequity ...
  3. The Top 5 REITS for 2016

    Read about REITs investors may want to consider for 2016. Understand why investors ...
  4. 6 REITs That Pay Dividends Monthly (AGNC, APLE)

    Learn about six real estate investment trusts that pay monthly dividends and invest ...
  5. How to Diversify with REITs (IYR, VNQ)

    REITs can be a quality addition to a portfolio for diversification. Here are several ...
  6. How to Invest in Real Estate Without Buying Property

    Investing in real estate can require more capital than most investors have available, ...
  1. The Top 5 Real Estate ETFs for 2016

    Five highly liquid REIT funds offer investors a wide variety of choices but pay attention ...
  2. The Top 5 REITS for 2016

    Read about REITs investors may want to consider for 2016. Understand why investors ...
  3. 6 REITs That Pay Dividends Monthly (AGNC, APLE)

    Learn about six real estate investment trusts that pay monthly dividends and invest ...
  4. How to Diversify with REITs (IYR, VNQ)

    REITs can be a quality addition to a portfolio for diversification. Here are several ...
  5. 7 Sectors for Diversified REITs

    An overview of the different types of property that REITs own.
  6. 3 Ways Millennials Can Invest in Rental Properties

    Millennials have more than three decades to reap the benefits of a renter nation ...
  1. What are the main segments of the real estate sector?

    Identify the three primary segments of the real estate sector and the metrics used by investors and analysts to gauge the ...
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