Investors cashed out of real estate investment trusts earlier this year, but with their fundamentals showing strength and the effects of the Federal Reserve’s latest half-point cut, flows out of REITs are slowing down, The Wall Street Journal reports.

Between Feb. 7 and Aug. 15, REITs fell 25.3%, according to SNL Financial, but because they have rallied since that low point, REITs are now down only 3.78% for the year.

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