From Sweta Killa: For investors seeking momentum, iShares Residential Real Estate ETF REZ is probably on radar. The fund just hit a 52-week high, and is up roughly 22.3% from its 52-week low price of $53.83/share.
With rents continuing to rise across the country, investors seeking residential real estate exposure can look to the iShares FTSE NAREIT Residential Index Fund ETF (NYSE:REZ).
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CNBC brought in both Peter Schiff, president of Euro Pacific Capital, and Susan Wachter, a real estate professor at Wharton, to discuss whether
I had a brief exchange with Andrew Butter on Seeking Alpha that I thought might warrant a broader audience here. Specifically, Andrew asked about the FTSE NAREIT Residential Plus Capped Index
Back in April 2009 in Commercial Real Estate Sub-Sectors ETF to Watch, I highlighted three commercial real estate sub-sector REIT ETFs, discussed their composition and included a
In trading on Tuesday, the iShares S&P Target Date 2030 (NYSE:TZL) is outperforming other ETFs, up about 2.65% on the day. Also up on the day are the
Despite an elevated unemployment rate, weak consumer sentiment and a hoard of homeowners strategically defaulting on mortgages, an opportunity may exist in real estate