Five experts select their favorite REITs that specialize in healthcare and medical facilities.
Simon Property Group is a high-income, relatively low-risk equity.
The trust's dividend hike in 2020 was one of the largest in the investing universe during the coronavirus crisis.
Macerich is taking care of business -- as management has been busy selling newly issued shares, raising credit limits and disposing of non-core assets. Here's how to play it.
It doesn't hurt that Bill Gates has been buying up acres of farmland, though not all owners of agricultural land are seeing their shares do great.
More people seeking more healthcare and medical attention will create a rising tide for GMRE's addressable market.
Given historically low interest rates, REITs are the place where investors can search for high dividend yields.
In times like these, risk-averse investors can take some comfort in these names.
You'd think at least a few analysts would have recommended Simon Property Group shares at their enormously marked-down price. That's not how Wall Street works.
Should investors plan to revisit this retail REIT?
Trade SPG from the long side.
Brixmor Property Group should have ample fire power to meet its new dividend commitments as vaccines get rolled out.
If Washington tries to stamp out problems at the U.S. Postal Service, Postal Realty Trust might not get deals that investors want.
Office Properties Income Trust is a turnaround stock yielding over 8%
There is a reason that there are just 30 Dividend Kings in the market.
These names are a favored play for growth and income in an improving economic environment.
Here's where aggressive traders could look to go long PCH.
Granite Point Mortgage Trust is a real estate investment trust with an end-of-year treat for dividend-seeking investors.
Cyber hacking, Covid mutations and other pressures are weighing on the market -- so this is what to do now.
This is an attractive REIT for investors looking to diversify and invest in agriculture while receiving monthly dividends.
The 2021 Tax Loss Selling Recovery Portfolio still has plenty of potential members, but it will be cut to 12 soon enough.
A few select REITs offer investors growth potential in addition to steady dividends.
This healthcare REIT is capitalizing on a major trend: the aging U.S. population.
Thanks to reliable cash flows, STAG is one of the few REITs that pay dividends on a monthly basis.
As cannabis stocks have taken shareholders on a roller coaster ride, the REITs may be the safest place to go.
GTY is the leading publicly traded real estate investment trust in the U.S.
In this uncertain climate, real estate investors should focus on high-quality REITs.
SL Green Realty is high-Yield real estate investment trust that following the pandemic's end will be on the mend.
Global Net Lease, the owner of single-tenant commercial properties in the U.S. and abroad, seems committed to paying a handsome dividend.
The stock is an attractive option for income investors.