Since REITs are a different type of corporate structure, they deserve to be addressed separately. As a starter, they pay no corporate tax, but in return, they must meet certain guidelines. They must invest primarily in real estate and must pay out most of their net income as distributions (not dividends).
Should you have some in your portfolio?
How can they help you reach your retirement goals?
Are they good protection against inflation?
We’ll cover all those questions and more.
Everything You Need to Know About REITs
In this booklet, you’ll learn:
- Different types of REITs
- Why we like them
- Greates strengths and weaknesses
- How to get the best of them
- How to make sure you REITs dividends are safe
- *BONUS* Dividend Stocks Rock favorite picks
After reading these pages, you should be able to know if REITs are for you or not and which are best suited for your portfolio.
If you didn’t listen to it yet, here’s our Podcast Episode on Canadian REITs.