Diversified REITs own and manage a mix of property types and collect rent from tenants. For example, diversified REITs might own portfolios made up of both office and industrial properties, making them ideal for investors looking to gain exposure to a variety of real estate asset types.
Who Invests in Diversified REITs?
Nearly 145 million Americans live in households that invest in REITs. With their historically competitive total returns and comparatively low correlation with other assets make them an attractive addition and diversifier for many Americans’ portfolios.
How to Invest in Diversified REITs
There are numerous diversified REITs listed on the FTSE Nareit US Real Estate Indexes that individuals can invest in directly with the help of a broker or by purchasing shares in a participating REIT mutual fund of REIT exchange-traded fund (ETF).
4/30/2023, Source: FTSE
Source: Nareit T-Tracker
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