8 Best Investment Companies for Public REITs in Canada
A public REIT allows investors to own shares in a company's portfolio of income properties through any public trading platform.
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How can you start?
Do your research
Make sure that you meet the eligibility requirements. You can read more here.
Pick a REIT you like
Review the prospectus, terms, and contact the company that you believe will succeed.
Invest a small amount
Plan to diversify, which means investing in small amounts to lower your overall portfolio risk.
Play the long game
Receive updates and enjoy passive returns until the completed term or re-invest.