Real Estate Investment Trusts

Real Estate Investment Trusts 2018-06-19T13:54:02+00:00

The companies involved in real estate provide a world of opportunities.

A REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust) is a company that owns, operates or finances income-producing real estate. REITs provide all investors the chance to own valuable real estate, present the opportunity to access dividend-based income and total returns, and help communities grow, thrive and revitalize. These publicly traded companies offer diverse career opportunities and are constantly recruiting for high potential talent.

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Successful traits for real estate professionals
People with vision and tenacity make excellent candidates for jobs in mixed use real estate. Projects such as The Yards in Washington D.C. take time, patience, persistence, and passion to turn dreams into a reality.
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Teamwork is essential in REITs
If you like working on a team and making a difference in the community, you can explore a world of possibilities in real estate.
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Building a sense of community is a rewarding part of working with REITs
Restoring historic buildings and making something viable again can provide an enormous sense of pride.
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Hospitality and customer service are valuable skills for success with REITs
Understanding the needs of the customer and creating positive memorable experiences are essential to success in real estate.
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Nareit is the worldwide representative voice for real estate investment trusts—REITs—and publicly traded real estate companies with an interest in U.S. real estate and capital markets. REITs are real estate working for you. Nareit advocates for REIT-based real estate investment with policymakers and the global investment community.

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