Timber REITs are more defensive and better inflation hedges than other types of REITs. But not all timber REITs are created equal. Plum Creek Timber , North America’s first and largest timber REIT, is the best proxy for the growth in demand for timber with the recovery in the U.S. housing market, given that it has limited non-timberland businesses unlike its peers. Furthermore, its attractiveness relative to its peers is further enhanced with a superior dividend yield of 3.40%.
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