Residential Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) can focus on acquiring, improving, developing, redeveloping, constructing, owning, leasing, and managing a diverse portfolio of residential assets. The asset can include properties such as apartment communities, on-campus housing, student housing communities, resort communities and lifestyle-oriented properties, cabins, manufactured housing ("MH") and recreational vehicle ("RV") communities, residential property complex, factory built homes, cottages, single-family and multi-family residential rental assets. Residential REITs invest in different assets types and strategy such as acquiring properties with sub-performing and nonperforming mortgages or in foreclosure sale ("REO" or "REO Properties"). Some Residential REITs invest in well-located, institutional-quality properties in growth markets, while others in select upscale markets, urban or suburban markets across the U.S.A and globally.See Related Pages
Filter(s): Sector: Residential
|Symbol||REIT Name||REITRating™ Score*||Sector||Type||Listing Status||Market Cap|
|AAT||American Assets Trust, Inc.||7.3||Diversified, Office, Residential, Hotel, Retail||Equity REIT||Public||Mid-Cap|
|ACC||American Campus Communities, Inc.||7.3||Residential||Equity REIT||Public||Mid-Cap|
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