Listed Real Estate Securities
A defining characteristic of listed REITs is the regular distribution of dividend income to investors. The REIT structure was first created in the United States in 1960 which by law requires companies to pay out at least 90 percent of taxable income to shareholders in the form of dividends. Since then the REIT structure has been adopted by over 20 countries worldwide, thus providing investors with access to a large and growing investment universe of publicly traded income producing Global REIT securities.
CBRE Clarion’s Income Strategies are managed with the goal of delivering consistent dividend income and capital appreciation potential overtime. Our income strategies place an emphasis on higher yielding regions, sectors, and individual companies and may include both real estate common equity and preferred securities. CBRE Clarion Securities manages both globally and regionally focused real estate income strategies. Investment vehicles available for the income strategy include exchange traded closed-end funds, open-end funds, and institutional separately managed accounts.
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