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Five Solid REIT Blogs You Should Consider Following


Dr. Robert Anthony said that while some people drink from the fountain of knowledge, others just gargle. Since knowledge is power, you are much better acquiring it whenever you get a chance because it has no end. Then again, unless you apply it, it remains an idle resource, which is why we have decided to help you know which REIT blog you should follow. Through the immense insight into REITs the blogs provide, you will make informed decisions regarding your real estate portfolio as they also keep the information updated to reflect the current trends in the market. Without further ado, here is our take on the top five you might want to consider.

Market Commentary on

On, you will find a market commentary based on the state of the market, offered by the Nareit economics team. The commentary proves an analysis of both micro and macro-economic fundamentals affecting the commercial real estate industry and REITs. However, you should note the disclaimer; as Nareit explains, the opinions are the authors', not the association's; thus, due diligence on your part is crucial.

Even before you start browsing the many articles, the site provides an overview of REITs, including the history, types, and FAQS. You even get to know what you need if you prefer to form your own REIT, and if you chose to invest in one, the advantages you can accrue from it. The articles on the blog are frequently updated, and the latest, dated September 9, 2020, talks about how REIT stocks have cushioned the investors against the more extensive market declines. There is even a breakdown per sector and how each has been affected in the past week. If you are an investor, you would have loved comparing the rent survey results in August 2020 posted on August 24, 2020.


RealtyMogul dates back to a few years ago when Jilliene Helman noticed that the real estate investors were her wealthiest clients in the wealth management sector. She also saw that they derived their income without putting in much time; thus, she decided to offer insights to the public, and RealtyMogul was born. It allows members to diversify their portfolio with REITs and other real estate investments. RealtyMogul decided to launch an online commercial real estate investment fund established as a REIT with its commitment to providing access through innovation.

Consequently, apart from the blog offering investors with investment opportunities vetted by experts, the REITs platform encourages those who visit the site to invest through innovation. By becoming a member, you have the privilege of having due diligence conducted for you, so you can be almost sure that the picks you make are worth it.

BiggerPockets Blog

BiggerPockets has been around for nearly ten years, and it has consistently provided its readers with a wealth of knowledge from the many experts in diverse fields. It mostly deals with real estate investing, marketing, and personal finance. To prove their dedication to telling you more about REITs, here is an article on the blog talking about what to consider when investing in the trust. The best thing about this blog is that you can choose to listen to the podcast if you do not fancy reading. The hosts, Brandon Turner and David Greene, tap into the knowledge of experts in the industry through interviewing those in the real estate business.

The blog offers free access to all the articles and even weekly webinars. However, you will have to subscribe to the blog for you to be alerted whenever an article is posted. The monthly subscription ranges from $39 to $190, depending on the plan you pick. They advise any active investor to go for the Pro Plan, which is quite comprehensive, to avoid making real estate investment blunders.

Nerd Wallet

Vantage Bank listed the top 19 blogs to follow for your personal finances, and Nerd Wallet was ranked #8. As explained in the article, the blog had a humble beginning in 2009 with a capital investment of $800. Still, today it prides itself as a reliable personal finance company that offers a pool of knowledge. It reviews and compares different products; therefore, you cannot miss everything you need to know about investing in stocks through REITs.

The blog posts have been about REITs for over five years, and the most recent article was on September 2, 2020, where readers were given a chance to peek into the best REIT stocks publicly listed in 2020. It even further classifies the best REIT ETFs, REIT mutual funds, and the platforms you can consider when you chose to invest in real estate. For instance, if you are interested in investing in REITs, Nerd Wallet advises Power REIT should be top of your list because of the performance yield and one year average of 126.11% and 107.87%, respectively.


According to Medium, Mashvisor is a software tool that was first designed to facilitate decision making through predictive analytics coupled with real estate data. As such, it has been praised as a resourceful app for real estate agents and property managers. REITs rely on property managers' professional advice to know which property to invest in and make money for their investors. Therefore if you are a property manager, Mashvisor is one blog that will help in making your work easier because the app has a Mashboard that ensures the property listed only attracts the right clients.

Besides the app, Mashvisor posts articles on its blog regarding REITs to keep its readers informed. However, that fountain of knowledge comes at a price. There are four plans, but each offers a 7-day free trial assuring you that you can only commit if it serves your needs. All plans are annual but are billed monthly with the cost ranging between $7.50 and $79.17.

Allen Lee

Written by Allen Lee

Allen Lee is a Toronto-based freelance writer who studied business in school but has since turned to other pursuits. He spends more time than is perhaps wise with his eyes fixed on a screen either reading history books, keeping up with international news, or playing the latest releases on the Steam platform, which serve as the subject matter for much of his writing output. Currently, Lee is practicing the smidgen of Chinese that he picked up while visiting the Chinese mainland in hopes of someday being able to read certain historical texts in their original language.

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