Nontraded REIT Pros and Cons – Putting it All Together
May 26, 2017 | by Beth Glavosek | Blue Vault
We’ve been looking at the pros and cons of nontraded REITs for individual investors. To sum things up, nontraded REITs may be appropriate for investors who can set aside a portion of their investment holdings (usually no more than 10%) for a period of up to seven years or so, are comfortable with illiquidity, and can tolerate the ups and downs of the real estate market.
The following is a simple overview of the pros and cons an investor might consider when deciding if a nontraded REIT investment is right for his or her portfolio.
- Invesco Real Estate Income Trust Inc. Closes Two Credit Transactions Totaling $51.8 Million in Commitments
- Gladstone Land Announces Election of Paula Novara as Director
- Gladstone Commercial Corporation Announces Monthly Cash Distributions for October, November and December 2022 and Third Quarter Ended September 30, 2022 Earnings Release and Conference Call Dates
- Gladstone Land Announces Increase in Monthly Cash Distributions for October, November and December 2022 and Third Quarter Ended September 30, 2022, Earnings Release and Conference Call Dates
- Capital Square Acquires Luxury Multifamily Community Near Louisville for DST Offering
Blue Vault is just what advisors need to size up the different offerings in the nontraded REIT market. Just as importantly, it’s what the industry needs to encourage best practices among REITs.