iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF company info

What does iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF do?
iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF (NASDAQ:ERET) focuses on investments in real estate assets that prioritize environmental sustainability and awareness. It seeks to offer investors exposure to real estate companies and REITs that demonstrate strong environmental stewardship. The fund aims to identify and invest in properties that have reduced carbon footprints, are energy efficient, and promote water conservation, serving both an environmentally conscious investment strategy and potentially reducing operational costs for these real estate entities. The objective of ERET is to combine real estate investment opportunities with a commitment to environmental sustainability, aligning financial goals with ecological responsible practices.
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Is iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF a public or private company?

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Ownership
Public

How many people does iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF employ?

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Employees
3

What sector is iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF in?

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Sector
ETF

Where is the head office for iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF?

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Head Office
San Francisco, United States

What year was iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF founded?

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Year Founded
2022
What does iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF specialise in?
/Investment Management /Environmentally Aware /Real Estate ETF /Sustainable Investing /Portfolio Diversification /Asset Allocation

What are the products and/or services of iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF?

Overview of iShares Environmentally Aware Real Estate ETF offerings
Tracks a Developed Market Real Estate Index: ERET tracks an index of real estate companies in developed countries. This means it invests in businesses that own or operate properties like office buildings, shopping centers, and residential apartments.
Prioritizes Green Building Certifications: ERET focuses on companies with buildings that have certifications for eco-friendly practices. These certifications may recognize things like energy efficiency, water conservation, and sustainable building materials.
Targets Energy Efficiency: The ETF also prioritizes companies that prioritize energy efficiency in their buildings. This could involve features like solar panels, high-efficiency appliances, and building automation systems.
Excludes Certain Business Activities: ERET excludes companies that derive significant revenue from certain activities considered environmentally or socially harmful. This includes things like controversial weapons, oil sands extraction, small arms, thermal coal, and tobacco.
Provides Diversification: By investing in a basket of real estate stocks, ERET offers investors diversification. This means they're not putting all their eggs in one basket and are less susceptible to the risks of a single company.
Potential for Growth: The real estate sector has historically provided investors with potential for growth through capital appreciation and dividend income. ERET offers a way to tap into this potential growth while also aligning with environmentally conscious investing principles.