A Seeking Alpha Contribution
- SCHH is the cheapest REIT ETF.
- SCHH tracks the same index as RWR and charges 0.18 percent less in fees.
- Even though SCHH is cheaper, a switch from RWR to SCHH may cost more than it’s worth.
The Schwab U.S. REIT ETF (NYSEARCA:SCHH) is one of the newer REIT ETFs in the market, but with only four years of history, it’s attracted more than $1 billion in assets. One of the big selling points is its 0.07 percent expense ratio, making it the cheapest fund in the market.
Index & Strategy
SCHH tracks the Dow Jones Select REIT Index, the same index that the SPDR Dow Jones REIT ETF (NYSEARCA:RWR) tracks.
Schwab breaks down the fund into different categories on their website. The breakdown also shows which sectors are contributing to fund returns… To Continue Reading Please, Click Here.
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