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What is an REIT and how do they work?

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What is an REIT and how do they work?
Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: UK Law
Expert:  Knowitalll replied 10 months ago.

REIT - stands for Real Estate Investment Trust. It is a pooled fund of many investors which invests its money in income producing real estate and mortgage loans. The concept originated in the US, but they are now world wide. They are considered securities and and many are publically traded. Here is more information on how they work.

A Five Star Rating would be much appreciated.

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
I appreciate you'd like a a 5 star Rating but you sent me a Investopedia link. Takes a tiny bit more than that friend.What are the op-ex allocations in an average fund? Investment criteria and investment horizon?
Which are the largest with agricultural or land holdings in Africa and the Middle East?
Expert:  Knowitalll replied 10 months ago.

I just realized your in the UK, not USA. (It's early a.m) so I will opt out. If no one picks this up within a few hours, try re-posting. Have a nice day.

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
Thank you so much, you as well.
Expert:  Stuart J replied 10 months ago.

I imagine that you have seen this kind of thing

What exactly is it that you want to know about this?


However, since posting this, i.e. notice the technical questions you have asked previously which are outside my sphere of expertise. Hence, I will opt out for another expert in the UK.