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About Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)
In general, real estate investment trusts (REITs) are financial products that pay their investors cash distributions derived from rental revenues from leasing real estate including buildings, which have been acquired through the investment of funds procured from investors.
By investing the funds of investors in this manner, TOKYU REIT aims to be a REIT that both owns and manages real estate. However, REITs are required by law to outsource a substantial amount of their business activities to external parties. Accordingly, TOKYU REIT outsources the investment management of its properties to its Investment Management Company (Tokyu Real Estate Investment Management Inc.), the custody of the properties it acquires to its Asset Custodian (Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation), and other administrative functions to its General Administrator (also, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation).
Summary of Contents
A report on TOKYU REIT's financial results and investment performance from the Executive Director
A basic summary including structure and external service providers of TOKYU REIT and history
An explanation of TOKYU REIT's real estate investment policy and criteria, which is ultimately aimed toward maximizing unitholder value
An overview of property data including details of each property and occupancy rates
Financial position of TOKYU REIT including financial summary and loans
Provision of disclosure materials for the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the explanatory meetings for investors and analysts, with semiannual reports and various quantitative data available for download
An explanation of TOKYU REIT's schedule in connection with the release of its financial results and procedures relating to its investment units, as well as cash distribution performance trends and forecasts