Financial Advisor – August 3, 2015
David Schneider spoke with Financial Advisor Magazine about investing in REITs. Here is an excerpt from the article:
“All things being equal, REITs should suffer when rates rise due to higher interest costs and a decline in attractiveness relative to other fixed-income investments,” says CFP David A. Schneider, founder of Schneider Wealth Strategies, a New York City-based financial services firm. “But all other things are rarely equal. If rates rise because the economy is stronger, vacancies are decreasing, rents are up and real estate prices are rising, REITs could do well.”
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