Real Estate Investment Trusts

Real Estate Investment Trusts (REIT)

Whether rich, struggling or somewhere in between, you can invest in real estate!

At Albany, We help both the rich and middle class to invest and earn good profits from real estate, even with low capital. We achieve this through mutual funds.
We are the REITs of choice for private and institutional investors seeking high and stable dividends from well-diversified UK, US and worldwide real estate.


We get funding from our investors through Mutual Funds, then we use the money to buy/rent and furnish service apartments, the service apartments are then rented out to clients and the income/money made through renting these apartments is distributed as dividends to our investors. We have more than 800 service apartments in different cities around the world.
We help our investors to make profits from real estate even with low capital. We also invest in stocks and commodities.

Our policy is to invest in properties between $40,000 – $500,000.

Long-term, secure income with an attractive target dividend and long-term NAV growth.

A diverse portfolio consisting of properties/service apartments let to tenants.


We offer investors the opportunity to access a diversified portfolio of UK, US and worldwide commercial real estate through a closed-ended fund.
We provide investors with an attractive level of income and the potential for capital growth, becoming the REIT of choice for private and institutional investors seeking high and stable dividends from well-diversified UK, USA and worldwide real estate.


We provide the financial planning, advice, and educational resources that investors and emerging investors need, including retirement planning, wealth management, brokerage services, college savings and more. Our straightforward pricing delivers value with no account fees, no minimums to open a retail brokerage account, commission-free trades and more.

Your capital is 100% Safe.

What Is a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT)?

A real estate investment trust (REIT) is a company that owns, operates, or finances income-generating real estate.

Modeled after mutual funds, REITs pool the capital of numerous investors. This makes it possible for individual investors to earn dividends from real estate investments—without having to buy, manage, or finance any properties themselves.

How REITs Work

Congress established REITs in 1960 as an amendment to the Cigar Excise Tax Extension. The provision allows investors to buy shares in commercial real estate portfolios—something that was previously available only to wealthy individuals and through large financial intermediaries.

Properties in a REIT portfolio may include apartment complexes, data centers, healthcare facilities, hotels, infrastructure—in the form of fiber cables, cell towers, and energy pipelines—office buildings, retail centers, self-storage, timberland, and warehouses.

In general, REITs specialize in a specific real estate sector. However, diversified and specialty REITs may hold different types of properties in their portfolios, such as a REIT that consists of both office and retail properties. 

Many REITs are publicly traded on major securities exchanges, and investors can buy and sell them like stocks throughout the trading session.

These REITs typically trade under substantial volume and are considered very liquid instruments. 

Most REITs have a straightforward business model: The REIT leases space and collects rents on the properties, then distributes that income as dividends to shareholders. Mortgage REITs don’t own real estate, but finance real estate, instead. These REITs earn income from the interest on their investments.