Investment Management

Real Estate Investment Trust

A real estate investment trust (REIT) can be a very attractive approach to investing in commercial real estate and a valuable component in an overall investment portfolio. In contrast to investing in a single asset, a REIT is a decentralized set of investments in multiple projects, thereby mitigating risk and increasing overall returns.

A Multitude of Benefits

REIT participants earn income without buying, managing or financing the properties themselves. They can enjoy regular distributions without the worry of operating the properties, which can be very time consuming and stressful. Moreover, REITs are required to pay out at least 90 percent of their taxable income to the shareholder.
Advantages of REIT investing include:
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    Portfolio diversification
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    Higher dividend paid on a regular basis
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    Fixed income secured buy long lease terms
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    Professional management

Buying in Rental Property vs Investing in REITs


A Range of Opportunities

An equity REIT might invest in multiple asset classes including multi-family, retail centers, office buildings, industrial warehouses and hotels. A mortgage REIT could invest in commercial real estate-backed mortgages.

Primior Diversified Investment Trust has the characteristics of an equity and a mortgage fund. In a stable market, the value of a property continues to increase, rental income grows year over year, and there is a stable loan interest. Even conservative overall returns with Primior typically outpace other REITs.

Single-Source Capabilities

The Primior Diversified Investment Trust comprises carefully selected projects that are developed in-house by Primior itself, offering an important level of control to optimize the performance of your investment.

In addition, our development and management team oversees the entire process from financial analysis and project acquisition to design, construction, leasing and management. This time-tested strategy greatly improves process efficiency and increases overall return substantially.

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