What is REIT – Real Estate Investment Trust
A Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) is a company that owns or finances income-producing real estate. REITs are like mutual funds. REITs provide investors of all types with regular income streams, diversification, and long-term capital appreciation. REITs allow individuals to invest in real-estate properties in a similar way you purchase a stock of a company and own a share.
A REIT combines a pool of money from individuals and institutions to buy real estate projects. The Unit holders of a REIT Scheme earn a share of the income produced through renting or selling the real estate property without actually having to bear the hassle of buying or managing the property on their own.
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