ETFs get an “A,” office flex concept gets five-city suburban push, gas woes complicate office return, Denver licenses landlords, reasons to think green in residential investing. While bitcoin bangs the drum loudest in raw returns, it’s actually small-tilted real estate exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that rule the risk-adjusted roost, according to this analysis posted today by WealthManagement.com. The Millionacres takeaway: This article also serves as a nice roundup of some ETFs to consider as a way to round out a real estate investing portfolio.
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