real estate investment trust


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real estate investment trust

n. nick-named REIT, a real estate investment organization which finds investors and buys real property and gives each investor either a percentage interest in the property itself or an interest in a loan secured by a mortgage or deed of trust on the property. Usually the loan is used to develop the property and build upon it, and then there is a division of profits upon sale---if there is a profit.

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CREIT is a real estate investment trust that is dedicated to accumulating a portfolio of high-quality real estate assets; and then deliver the benefits of such real estate ownership to Unitholders.

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