Cabot’s 10 Best REITs to Buy Now
Over the past 10 years REITs have outperformed
the S&P 500 and handed investors big gains
These 10 REITs will help you diversify your portfolio
and build income with little capital
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After the subprime mortgage crisis decimated the real estate market a decade ago, it seemed as though housing prices would never recover.
But they did, and handed big profits to many investors.
Just look at this chart below.
Since the bottom, the major metropolitan areas of the country have recovered very nicely.
The growth happened not just in residential real estate but in just about every other—apartments, offices, healthcare and hotels.
Importantly, with the economy continuing to improve, and interest rates still very low, most economists believe there is still plenty of room for growth.
But, face it, most of us don’t have deep enough pockets to be able to invest heavily in real estate.
And that’s where Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) come in.
REITs were created in 1960 by an act of Congress to allow individual investors to participate in the ownership (and profits) of large-scale, income-producing real estate properties.
Like mutual funds, REITs allow individual investors to “pool” their monies to invest, while sharing the risk of the investments.
They are also excellent tools when used to diversify your portfolio as well as to allocate your assets. And, as with mutual funds, they are professionally managed.
But REITs have one tremendous selling point not shared by most mutual funds—high dividend yields.
By law, REITs must return at least 90% of their taxable income to their shareholders annually. That generally translates into very nice yields for the REIT investor, making these investment vehicles very attractive.
But dividends tell just part of the story.
Over the 10 years from May 2008-May 2018, REITs have more than held their own against the broad market, gaining 10.9% (FTSE NAREIT index, including appreciation and dividends), compared to the S&P 500’s 7.87% return.
And during periods of stock market volatility and economic uncertainty, REITs will generally outperform the broader markets.
10 Best REITs to Buy Now
There are 190 REITs that trade on the New York Stock Exchange today, with a total market capitalization of $953.3 billion.
In our just published new premium report, Nancy Zambell, editor of Wall Street’s Best Investments and Wall Street’s Best Dividend Stocks, selected the 10 best – that have the opportunity to appreciate in value AND provide a high yield in months and years to come.
These are the 10 REITs that have:
- • Low debt ratios
- • Sizable available funds from operations (FFO), which means that they earn more than they pay out in dividends
- • Stable portfolio which includes low vacancy rates, good credit ratings of their holdings and are well diversified
- • Stable dividend track record
- • Reasonable valuation so you do not overpay and can benefit from appreciation and steady cash flow.
It took veteran expert Nancy Zambell weeks of research and analysis to create this report. How long do you think it would take you to do all of that work?
Well you don’t have to.
Here’s the best part – we already did all the hard work for you and selected these 10 best REITs you can buy now.
Whether your goal is to diversify your portfolio or add additional cash flow, investing in REITs will help you do just that.
By getting this special report today, you’ll receive:
- ✓ Key metrics, such as Price/Earnings ratio and dividend yield
- ✓ Expert technical analysis
- ✓ Concise description of the size and scope of the business
- ✓ Analysis of the industry and/or geographic sectors it serves
- ✓ Breakdown of top tenants and the number and percentage of properties they occupy
- ✓ Share price history and trading volume
But don’t wait.
This offer won’t last long.
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Yours for successful investing,
President, Cabot Wealth Network