Continue to site >
Trending ETFs

REIT Industry Equity

A REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) is typically a publicly traded company... A REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) is typically a publicly traded company designed to invest in real estate assets with the goal of generating solid, predictable income. REIT based mutual funds and ETFs may invest, depending on their mandate, in a broad range of REITs operating residential and commercial properties and buildings. Residential buildings can include such assets as multi-family, which are properties with multiple tenants. Commercial buildings can include warehouses, office space, industrial properties, and storage facilities. There are certain strict rules regarding REITs. For example, they must pay out most of their annual income in the form of dividends to investors. They also must invest a minimum of 75% of their total assets in real estate, cash, or U.S. Treasuries. REITs are generally seen as conservative investments, although they are not without risks. Investors should note that the value of a property could decline, vacancies could rise, and rising interest rates could depress the value of a REIT’s shares. Last Updated: 02/23/2024 View more View less

A REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) is typically a publicly traded company designed to invest in real estate assets with the goal of generating solid, predictable income. REIT based mutual funds and ETFs... A REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) is typically a publicly traded company designed to invest in real estate assets with the goal of generating solid, predictable income. REIT based mutual funds and ETFs may invest, depending on their mandate, in a broad range of REITs operating residential and commercial properties and buildings. Residential buildings can include such assets as multi-family, which are properties with multiple tenants. Commercial buildings can include warehouses, office space, industrial properties, and storage facilities. There are certain strict rules regarding REITs. For example, they must pay out most of their annual income in the form of dividends to investors. They also must invest a minimum of 75% of their total assets in real estate, cash, or U.S. Treasuries. REITs are generally seen as conservative investments, although they are not without risks. Investors should note that the value of a property could decline, vacancies could rise, and rising interest rates could depress the value of a REIT’s shares. Last Updated: 02/23/2024 View more View less

Overview

Returns

Income

Allocations

Fees

About

Security Type
Management Style
Share Class Type
Share Class Account
As of 2/23/24

$22.08

+0.36%

$602.40 M

17.64%

$3.90

0.01%

-6.09%

-4.30%

1.77%

0.48%

$69.58

-0.24%

$580.02 M

4.18%

$2.91

-2.18%

0.85%

3.18%

7.04%

0.48%

$20.03

+0.35%

$230.03 M

7.79%

$1.56

-6.65%

-3.91%

-8.25%

-

0.59%

$11.05

+0.45%

$207.82 M

12.34%

$1.36

-0.28%

-6.20%

-4.68%

1.54%

0.43%

$39.32

-0.08%

$187.76 M

0.00%

$0.00

1.26%

3.53%

9.34%

-

0.60%

$29.89

-0.31%

$47.52 M

4.73%

$1.41

-0.47%

2.96%

4.20%

-

0.35%

$17.04

+0.53%

$33.61 M

5.95%

$1.01

-

-

-

-

-

Residential REIT ETF

HAUS | Active ETF

$15.83

-0.58%

$4.14 M

0.00%

$0.00

1.09%

-

-

-

0.60%

Get the lastest fund and ETF news in your inbox each week.

Receive latest news, trending tickers, top stocks increasing dividend this week and more.

REIT Industry Equity In The News

REIT Industry Equity Research