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trillhog
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does anybody invest in real estate stocks?


REITS
large homebuilding companies, that sort of thing?



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Fat Bastard
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re: does anybody invest in real estate stocks?


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REITS


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I Love Bama
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re: does anybody invest in real estate stocks?


Yep. I've been killing it the past quarter in reits that invest in nursing homes.





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LSU0358
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re: does anybody invest in real estate stocks?


I'm in LEN and TOL. HD is also a good stock.





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Maniac979
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re: does anybody invest in real estate stocks?


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matthew25
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re: does anybody invest in real estate stocks?


Take a look at Blackstone stock (BX). Recommended by Goldman Sachs a few weeks ago.





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LSUKTR
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re: does anybody invest in real estate stocks?


I don't keep up with them but have 8-10% of my portfolio in REITs for diversification.





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trillhog
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BennyAndTheInkJets
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re: does anybody invest in real estate stocks?


I'm invested in some funds that utilize REITS. REITS, as with real estate, need to be looked at from a bottom up view as real estate is still very fragmented in terms of performance. On aggregate things are improving and I think you're biggest surprise on the upside to GDP the next couple quarters will be real estate (Still don't expect anything over a 1.5-2.0% real GDP figure though).





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