The run on residential real estate investment trusts (REITs) may be set to slow soon, despite some analysts' predictions, according to a report from Lipper of New York.

Tax advantages and regular issuance of dividends, coupled with a vigorous real estate market, have made this alternative investment popular and, in recent years, seem unstoppable.

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