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Hybrid REIT

A Real Estate Investment trust that generates income from Rent and Capital gains, like an Equity REIT, as well as Interest, like a Mortgage REIT.

Related Terms: 13 Capital, Cap, Equity REIT, Interest, Inc., Investment trust, Mortgage, Mortgage REIT, Real, Real estate, Rent, Trust, UIT
Other Related Pages: Category: Real_Estate Starting With: H
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