These Two REITs Can Be Safer than Bonds When Rates Are Rising

Keith Fitz-Gerald Jun 28, 2017
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I’m getting a lot of questions about real estate right now and, specifically, about whether REITs are as “bad” as many investors think when rates are rising.

Nope.

In fact, the right REITs can be better, safer and potential far more lucrative as interest rates increase.

Including the two I’d like to share with you today.

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