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Synonyms for REIT

an investment trust that owns and manages a pool of commercial properties and mortgages and other real estate assets

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He also said that under existing law, REITs have been "hamstrung by restrictions.
At the end of last year, Emirates REIT, which was launched in Dubai in 2011 as the UAE's first REIT and listed on Nasdaq Dubai in April 2014, officially became the world's largest Islamic REIT.
The completion of the mergers is subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions, and the REIT Merger is subject to the approval of REIT I's stockholders.
The requirements that must be met to obtain and continue REIT status are many and detailed.
AJCA Section 243(f) provides relief for certain failures to comply with some of the REIT requirements.
Summing up the health care REIT viewpoint, Lisa McAlister says it best: "Assisted living is opening up a new profit center for Meditrust, and I see it going forward as a very important one - as important as nursing homes.
The two most obvious advantages for investing in a REIT are liquidity, the ease with which you can get in and out of the investment, and the natural spread of assets, which means less risk.
Because of these limitations, entities considering REIT status must examine carefully their own income and asset holdings.
The office sector is the weakest sector, and will probably lag behind in economic recovery, so a REIT purchasing central business district offices had better have an outstanding management team and a sound value-added strategy.
If anything, the record breaking level of M&A activity in 2006 showed that the public market has underestimated REIT net asset values.
Additionally, as a departure from the standard E&P rules, CGs within a REIT retain their character on subsequent distribution to the shareholder.
In a sale/leaseback transaction, the REIT actually acquires the nursing home and then leases it back to the operator.
Currently, a REIT is disqualified from favorable tax treatment if, at any time during the last six months of the year, more than 50% of its stock (by value) is owned by five or fewer individuals (the so-called 5/ 50 rule).
com/reports/c51696) has announced the addition of "Malaysia: REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust)" to their offering.
In another sign of the widening appeal and growing availability of commercial real estate equity and debt securities, REIT and commercial mortgage backed securities issuance has surpassed the $1 trillion mark, according to data compiled by the National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts.