Coronavirus and the REIT Dude’s Investments: Part 2

There’s a lot going in in the REIT Dude’s life right now. I have an incredible 2-month-old baby at home. I spend my days (and the occasional night and weekend) working in the corporate world. And, it lately seems, I spend the remainder of my time looking at market news and wondering if the worldContinue reading “Coronavirus and the REIT Dude’s Investments: Part 2”

We’re All Going to Die of Coronavirus and it’s Time to Freak the Fuck Out.

First off, I apologize for the lapse in posting. Blogging about REITs and dividend investing may be a hobby, but I’ve also got a day job that can keep me preposterously busy from time to time. But, on the off-chance there are actually “fans” of this humble REIT blog who have been refreshing the pageContinue reading “We’re All Going to Die of Coronavirus and it’s Time to Freak the Fuck Out.”

Be a Lazy Farmer With REITs, pt. 2: Gladstone Land Corporation (LAND).

Yesterday on this here REIT Blog I wrote about how you can use REITs to invest in farmland and looked at one specific agricultural property REIT–Farmland Partners, Inc. (FPI). Today, I am going to look at another agricultural REIT – Gladstone Land Corporation (ticker: LAND). Before we start looking at LAND, let’s review some ofContinue reading “Be a Lazy Farmer With REITs, pt. 2: Gladstone Land Corporation (LAND).”

Be a Lazy Farmer with REITs, pt. 1: Farmland Partners, Inc. (FPI).

Throughout human history, farmland has been one of the most popular investments. In many pre-industrial societies, it was essentially the only source of generational wealth. While today’s investor has infinitely more choices, farmland remains a compelling investment for many reasons: Land has a fundamental value, and there will always be demand for crops as longContinue reading “Be a Lazy Farmer with REITs, pt. 1: Farmland Partners, Inc. (FPI).”

What About Passively Managed REIT Funds?

In the short history of this young-but-venerable REIT blog, I have already expressed a few positions that form the cornerstones of my investing philosophy: (1.) REITs are pretty great. (2.) Diversification is pretty great. (3.) Index funds are pretty great. So it would stand to reason, then, that I must love passively managed, low-cost REITContinue reading “What About Passively Managed REIT Funds?”