[See: 7 Ways to Tell if a Stock Is a Good Price.] The biggest surface difference between REITs and dividend stocks is that REITs typically pay much higher yields than dividend stocks. Yields of 4 to 5 percent on REITs are fairly common – and …
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If you're a dividend investor, you'd probably consider an ideal dividend stock to be one that pays a higher-than-average yield, with the dividend likely to steadily grow over time, right? For a company to be able to consistently increase its dividend, …
The study also reported that REITs are attractive from a valuation perspective, as well. Since the collapse of REIT stock prices in 1998, REIT valuation levels have reached a new cyclical low, it said. "There's been a lot of interest in REITs ...
Here's a look at eight things investors should know before they invest in real estate investment ... Taxes are paid by shareholders on the dividends received, and any gains from a rise in the REIT's stock price. To maintain their special …
Macroeconomic uncertainty in the United States and consequent sloth in trading activity took a toll on the performance of the real estate investment trust (REIT) industry in the first eight months of 2017. In fact, the industry underperformed …
As the name implies, a mortgage REIT is a real estate investment trust that primarily owns mortgages or mortgage-backed securities, as opposed to owning properties. Although they pay some of the highest dividends in the stock market, …
San Francisco Realty Investors went ahead with its purchase of stock in Real Estate Investment Trust of America, but it was not immediately clear how much of the Boston real estate trust it was able to acquire. The move followed the …