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Cash In On The Rental Housing Market Boom With These 3 High Yielding REITs

As the national average for the 30-year fixed mortgage rate sits at roughly 6.43%, many homebuyers can no longer afford a down payment as well as the interest rate that comes with purchasing a home. Unfortunately, due to the scorching hot real estate market, the average home price in the U.S. is roughly $356,054, causing rents to surge by 12.3%, at the end of August.


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Invest In These 2 High Yielding Data Center REITS As The Credit Risk For Tech Companies Increases

Although interest rates are rising, it doesn't mean savvy investors cannot earn positive returns on real estate investment trusts (REITs). Historically, when the risk-free rate rose dramatically in six time periods, REITs earned positive returns during four of those periods, and out of half of those periods, they beat the S&P 500.


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5 High-Dividend REITs Now Trading Below Book Value

The following real estate investment trusts (REITs) are interesting because each one bears a balance sheet not too different from those considered desirable in Benjamin Graham’s classic “The Intelligent Investor.” Graham, of course, is deemed the father of value investing and greatly influenced Warren Buffett, his student at Columbia University.