REITS


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REITSReal Estate Investors of the Tri-States (Harrison, TN)
REITSRapid Exploitation of Innovative Technologies for SOF (Special Operations Forces; US DoD)
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This trend alone has drawn investors to put money into REITs with the hope that a private institution will pay a premium on their share price in an effort to make an acquisition.
For REITs, however, there is an important side effect--these changes increase the difference between the depreciation used for computing taxable income and that used for computing earnings and profits (E&P).
Health care REITs are being drawn to assisted living facilities by their high occupancy rates, good lease payment coverage ratios, and low default risk.
3 billion was raised as 50 new REITs began trading.
At least 75% of the income must be derived from real estate transactions, gains on other REIT shares, real property tax refunds, gains from foreclosed property, rent from real property, interest on mortgages, gains from the sale or disposition of most real property or real property interests and qualified temporary investment interest.
The important factor distinguishing REITs from other forms of real estate investment is liquidity -- shares can be bought or sold any day the markets are open.
KBS REIT I Investors who have lost money in KBS REIT Investments are encouraged to contact our securities attorneys to discuss their potential claims for recovery.
The REIT industry's evolution in the last decade alone has been both eyecatching and breathtaking," according to NAREIT president and CEO, Steven A.
Example: B, an investor in REIT R, invested $10,000 for stock with a $10,000 current fair market value and a 10% dividend yield (i.
Further, REITs such as Meditrust are able to offer operators the sales/leaseback financing alternative.
In 1993, REIT dividends needed to yield on average approximately 7.
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).