Three REITs that even a growth investor could love
Real estate investments are hot these days, and many growth investors have been diversifying into income-producing REITs to ride out the sector rotation. Collecting some dividend income is a secondary benefit.
It doesn’t all have to be residential real estate and office buildings. Some REIT operators have an emphasis that growth investors can quickly come to appreciate. Here are three REITs that may be on the low end in terms of yields, but they are riding hot trends that should translate into larger payouts over time. These three income plays are riding hot trends that will pay off in more than just dividend income.
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