Investing in property is a great long-term investment. But for some investors, owning property isn't something they want to do.
So how can you benefit from the performance of the property market without having to buy property yourself? And how can you still secure an income?
Read on to find out…
The benefits of investing in REITs
Instead of directly investing in property, you coul... ››› more
If you invest for income, you'll look at fixed-interest instruments like bonds and dividend paying stocks.
What other options are there to consider? There are estate investment trusts (REITs).
Read on to find out more…
What are REITs?
REITs are a special way to structure property holdings. In return for a property company agreeing to pass on the vast majority of its annual income ... ››› more
Property is a good long-term investment. But if you don't have the cash to invest in property to rent out or you don't want the hassle of managing property, what are your options?
One way to gain exposure to property without buying it is to invest in real estate investment trusts (REITs). One of the big bonuses of investing in REITs is they must pay out a large chunk of their rental income to s... ››› more
If you want to invest in property without the hassle of buying and managing it yourself, you have a few options.
The best is to invest in listed property. One way to do this is to invest in real estate investment trusts (REITs).
REITs are a great way for investors to gain exposure to the property market.
Read on to find out what you need to know about investing in them…
REITs offe... ››› more
Property has always been a very popular investment. Over the years, many people have shunned pensions and stocks for the comfort of owning bricks and mortar. It's not difficult to see why. Read on to find out about REITs, the best way to invest in property…
As well as providing you with somewhere to live, over the last 30 to 40 years, property has done very well, Phil Oakley in MoneyWeek expla... ››› more
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