Real estate and stock investing are almost always viewed as a choice between the two.
Here’s how you can invest in both at the same time.

Often, investing in real estate or stocks are pitted against each other to compare which is the better investment. While either option certainly has its advantages and drawbacks, there is a select class of stocks that can give you exposure to both real estate and the businesses built around the real estate market.

So let’s take a look at this unique class of stocks and why you may want to consider incorporating real estate stocks into your overall portfolio

What are real estate stocks?

Real estate stocks is a pretty broad term because it can involve any publicly traded stock for a business that touches the real estate market in some shape or form. They can be technology companies, manufacturers, developers, real estate brokers, retailers, and financiers.

What about REITs?

On top of the various industries that have significant exposure to real estate, there is even a unique class of stocks that own and operate property themselves. They are called real estate investment trusts — also known as REITs. These are such a unique type of investment on the stock market that they receive special tax treatment because of the way they are structured.

There are several things about REITs and equities that are the same. They are both publicly traded and allow you to easily buy and sell them with little fees. They have to disclose their financials to the Securities and Exchange Commission and make them public for all potential investors to read. And the things that you want from a REIT investment are very similar to what you want from a regular stock investment — a great business that can generate returns and grow your wealth over time.

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