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Forget Bonds, Buy REITs | Seeking Alpha



Co-produced by Austin Rogers,

Real estate investment trusts (VNQ, “REITs”) are often seen as “bond alternatives” because of their relatively high dividend yields. REITs have to pay out at least 90% of their taxable income (not the same as their cash flow) as dividends, making

REITs Bonds
Type of Asset Equity Debt
Priority in Capital Stack Low High
Yield 2.5% to >10% 6% to 7%
Income Growth? Yes No
Inflation Protection? Yes No
Sources of Upside Lower interest rates, rent growth, asset price appreciation Lower interest rates

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