Definition of Real estate investment trust
1. Noun. An investment trust that owns and manages a pool of commercial properties and mortgages and other real estate assets; shares can be bought and sold in the stock market.
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Literary usage of Real estate investment trust
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1. Europe Real Estate Yearbook 2005: Assets, Industry Trends, Market Players by Dijkman, Schiller (2005)
"Q: In 2004 Hines launched a public non-traded real estate investment trust (REIT). Do you see yourselves using the REIT vehicle in other places? ..."
2. Germany Real Estate Yearbook 2007: Assets, Industry Trends, Market Players by Europe Real Estate Publishers B.V. (2006)
"But this is a leap in quality - from caretaker through facility manager to Real Estate Investment Trust. So it's no surprise when the open borders attract ..."
3. General Explanation of Tax Legislation Enacted in 1998: Report of the Joint edited by William Roth, Bill Archer (2000)
"857 of the Code) Present and Prior Law In general, a real estate investment trust ("REIT") is an entity that receives most of its income from passive real ..."
4. Large Scale Coastal Behavior (1993) edited by J. H. List (1995)
"1.857-8 real estate investment trust. To keep such records as will disclose the actual ownership of its outstanding stock; to also maintain as part of this ..."