Displaying items by tag: reits

(New York)

Two of the biggest problems facing many investors are how to handle potential inflation and taxes but…see the full story on Magnifi’s site

Published in Eq: Real Estate

(New York)

Whether investors—or Jerome Powell—like it or not, inflation is rising, and is as high as it has been in a generation. Sure, it could prove temporary, but in the near and medium term, investors are worried about it, which means it will be dictating returns. How to hedge inflation is a question that investors haven’t had to worry about in some time, so it is worth noting that REITs have traditionally performed very well in inflationary periods. Since many leases are tied to inflation, rents tend to rise directly in line with inflation, providing an excellent hedge.


FINSUM: REITs are not as well appreciated as an inflation hedge as some others asset classes, but that is exactly why they might be a great buy right now.

Published in Eq: Real Estate

(New York)

Residential real estate is one of the most popular alternative investments for Americans…see the full story on our partner Magnifi’s site

Published in Alternatives

(New York)

Income is scarce and investors need it more than ever (funny how that happens). Bonds look very risky given the direction of rates. So where can investors turn? Take a look at three different asset classes: blue-chip REITs, preferred shares, and property-backed loans. Blue-chip REITs can be a good investment because they have high yields (e.g. 4%+), but are still quality companies. They are also often trading at a discount because of the pandemic. Check out ticker “0”, Realty Income. Private property loans are another good option, yielding 8-12% , and often having good LTVs of around 60%, which means you have some significant downside protection.


FINSUM: These are some good alternative income options. Our personal favorite are the REITs because of their liquidity, but private property loans are a good option too, especially given the new economic cycle.

Published in Bonds: High Yield

(New York)

Investors have been looking for assets poised for a rally as the economy begins to open. Many specific sub-industries like…read the full story on our partner Magnifi’s site

Published in Eq: Real Estate
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