Real Estate Mortgage Trust (REMT)

Definition

A REIT that buys and sells real estate mortgages (usually short-term junior instruments) rather than real property. Sources of income for REMTs are interest, origination fees, and profits earned from buying and selling mortgages.

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You may want to try and take on a real estate mortgage trust if you think that will be a good investment.

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The real estate mortgage trust was good for me and I bought and sold real estate mortgages, which was cool.

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I have a significant part of my portfolio that is tied to real estate, but I do not actually own any property because my money is invested in a real estate mortgage trust.

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