Historical Equity REITs as of June-2016

q릿츠는 크게 두가지로 나눌수있습니다. 이퀴티릿츠는 직접 상업용부동산에 투자해서 랜트비를 받아서 비용를 제외하고 주주에게 이익을 돌려주는 릿츠입니다.  연평균 12.9% 의 이윤를 내었습니다. (월평균 1.076%) 로 모게지릿츠보다는 높습니다.

There are two types of REITs: REITs Equity and REITs Mortgage. According to the REIT.Com’s descriptions:  “Equity REITs are real estate companies that acquire commercial properties – such as office buildings, shopping centers and apartment buildings – and lease the space in the structures to tenants, who pay rent.  After paying the expenses associated with operating their properties, Equity REITs pay out annually the bulk of the income they collect to their shareholders as dividends.  Equity REITs also include capital appreciation from the sale of properties in the dividends they pay.  In the case of Timber REITs, their dividends include gains from the sale of timber. In all cases, this significant dividend distribution is designed to approximate the investment return investors would receive if they owned properties directly.”

 

The following tables and charts show the historical monthly returns of REITs equity.

Analysis Variable : pctchng_REITS_EQUITY (Monthly)

Mean

Std Dev

Minimum

Maximum

1.0763512

4.9393911

-31.6682033

31.0195596


 


Analysis Variable : pctchngyr_REITS_EQUITY

decade

N Obs

Mean

Std Dev

Minimum

Maximum

Median

N

1970

97

11.9962234

19.1926421

-29.9364332

47.5886520

14.7220398

85

1980

120

17.4660194

14.1096190

-11.6317916

58.2893428

17.5629657

120

1990

120

10.8125015

16.0247451

-21.1287687

40.4738402

13.0602671

120

2000

120

10.3266326

23.7981840

-58.1590044

52.5824490

16.3352416

120

2010

77

19.8137747

19.9175557

-6.5328434

106.6792975

13.3822764

77




Source: www.reit.com

 

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