TSX:INO.UN (Inovalis Real Estate Investment Trust)

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    Passive-Income Top Picks: 1 REIT With a Jarring 11.5% Yield

    Inovalis REIT (TSX:INO.UN) is a passive-income REIT with a massive 11.5% yield that contrarians may wish to buy now.

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    Real Estate in Canada: Is it on the Chopping Block Next?

    The real estate sector on the TSX has started its recovery journey, but the real estate market in the country…

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    TFSA Investors: High-Yield Passive-Income Plays Worth Buying Amid a Correction

    Inovalis REIT (TSX:INO.UN) and its massive 11% yield seems too good to be true amid a correction, but investors could…

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    This 11% Yielder Could Give Your TFSA Passive-Income Fund a Boost

    Inovalis REIT (TSX:INO.UN) is a high-yield REIT that could help TFSA investors give themselves a passive-income boost amid high inflation.

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    Dividend Stocks

    2 REITs to Buy for Monthly Passive Income of $1,000

    With enough capital at your disposal, it's easy to start a sizeable monthly passive income with the suitable REITs.

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    Retirees: 3 Stocks That Will Pay You Monthly

    Retirees can use DRIPs to turn a relatively modest investment in dividend stocks into a sizeable passive-income stream (given enough…

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    2 High-Yield REITs to Fight Back Against 6.7% Inflation

    BMO Canadian Equal Weight REITS Index ETF (TSX:ZRE) and another high-yield REIT can help Canadians ease the pain of 6.7%…

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    Avoid Canada’s Real Estate Bubble: Bet on Foreign Property

    Real estate in Canada is overblown. Consider foreign alternatives like Tricon Residential (TSX:TCN).

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