Diversified Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) can engage in leasing, managing, developing, and redeveloping properties in a diverse set of industries. These industries can include data centers, healthcare facilities, nursing homes, hotels, infrastructure, office, residential, single-family housing, multifamily housing, commercial, malls, strip malls, resorts, land, farming, mobile home parks, retail, self storage, specialty properties, government facilities, telecommunications, timber, mortgage, loans and financial services to the real estate industry. Some Diversified REITs have a portfolio of properties across the United States and the world. There are Diversified REITs which have micro, small, medium, large and mega market Capitalization (Market-Caps).See Related Pages
Filter(s): Sector: Diversified
|Symbol||REIT Name||REITRating™ Score*||Sector||Type||Listing Status||Market Cap|
|ALEX||Alexander & Baldwin, Inc.||5.3||Diversified, Retail, Office, Industrial, Specialty||Equity REIT||Public||Small-Cap|
|ALX||Alexander's Inc.||6.2||Diversified||Equity REIT||Public||Small-Cap|
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