If real estate investing seems interesting to you, but you’d rather avoid becoming a landlord, you’re not alone. Fixing toilet emergencies at 3am isn’t appealing to most people. Shocker.
The next logical step that many investors take is toward a real estate investment trust (REIT), which is easy to access, just like stocks.
What is a REIT, anyway?
When investing in a REIT, you’re buying stock in a company that invests in commercial real estate. So, if you invest in an apartment REIT, it’s like you’re investing directly in an apartment building, right?
Let’s explore the 7 Biggest Differences Between REITs and Real Estate Syndications: