Real estate investment trusts (REITs) use tax advantages to deliver competitive returns and long-term capital appreciation.
To be classified as a REIT, a trust must distribute more than 90% of its profits back to shareholders in the form of dividend. In doing so, the fund provides investors strong and sustainable dividend returns.
For the need-to-know information on REITs, we recommend the following articles:
Why Do REITs Have High Dividend Payout Ratios?
10 Things You Need to Know About REITs
The 13 Types of REIT Stocks & How to Invest in Them
Investing in REITs: Pros and Cons
All of these REITs are listed in the directory below.