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3 REITs I Would Buy Even in a Recession

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3 REITs I Would Buy Even in a Recession
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Real estate is a sector that tends to hold up better than most during recessions, but there is a wide range of subsectors that can be affected in different ways. For example, real estate investment trusts (REITs) that own hotels don't tend to perform well in recessions, as consumers spend less money on travel. On the other hand, there are several types of commercial properties that are extremely resilient and should perform just fine even in a tough economy.

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