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The Best REITs To Buy Right Now Will Pay 8.5% Yield

Stocks had a great 2021, if a tad wild - the S&P 500 (SPY) finished up nearly 27% for the year. But the performance of real estate investment trusts (REITs) last year flat-out blew stocks out of the water - no other way to put it. REITs booked their second-strongest year on record in 2021. The National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts (Nareit) is reporting green up and down the market, with big REIT indexes turning in anywhere from 41.3% to 43.2% gains. Look a little closer at specific segments, and you see strong performance there, too - mortgage REITs up 22.5% in the commercial financing sector and 11.5% for home financing. As mouth-watering as those 2021 numbers are, I'm here to look ahead and recommend some of the best REITs to own in 2022. I'm expecting another fantastic year for these easy-to-own investments and their often attractive yields. And today I'm going to name one I think everyone should own for maximum upside... REITs Are Moving from Strong to Stronger Clearly, these investments have posted a strong recovery from the "COVID Crash" lows of March 2020 at the start of the pandemic. Industrial, self-storage, and data center REITs have been the best performers in the meantime, but even the hardest-hit commercial real estate sectors like hotels, offices, and healthcare have recovered a good deal of the ground that was lost. But of course, the continuing COVID-19 pandemic and inflation still loom large out there. There is a great deal of hope that omicron variant of the coronavirus represents the beginning of the virus' transition from a pandemic global health emergency to an endemic, manageable problem like seasonal influenza. This would speed us down the road to "getting back to normal," a destination most of us, including yours truly, would love to see sooner and not later. For most of us, that "normal" would include some kind of return to office life.

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