What is a Mortgage REIT?
Mortgage Real Estate Investment Trusts or REITs, are investment vehicles created for the purpose of attracting private capital for investment and financing of real estate, through the acquisition, granting and/or co-participation of mortgages.
This promotes the development and liquidity of the mortgage sector by incorporating capital through the participation of a large number of both institutional and individual investors.
Likewise, since it is a public vehicle, i.e., traded in stock market, it generates attractive returns for investors, driven by solid, stable cash flows and a low-risk profile resulting from interest and repayment of mortgages in the balance of the Mortgage REIT.
First Mortgage REIT listed in the Mexican stock market.
Provides a source of funding to the mortgage sector through the origination, co-participation and acquisitions of mortgage loans.
The most simple and efficient way for the investing public to access the real estate market, particularly in diversified mortgage portfolios with professional management.
They provide access to attractive returns with a mortgage security while providing liquidity through the capital markets.