Real Estate Investment Trusts are popularly called REITs. REITs are similar to mutual funds and they are governed by the capital market regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI). Unlike mutual funds, REITs do not invest in stocks or bonds. REITs invest in revenue generating commercial properties (real estate).
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Everything You Must Know On REITs
Like other securities, REITs are also listed on a reputed stock exchange and investors can buy units in the trust. REITs assets will be held with independent trustees on behalf of unit holders/investors.
2. What is the role of the trustee?
3. Take a look at the objectives of REITs
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Usually, the trust distributes 90% of its income among investors through dividends.
4. Types of REITs
The income earned by giving these buildings on lease and rental income will be paid to investors as dividends.
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5. Where do REITs invest your money?
6. Tax on REITs
7. Advantages of REITs
1. Stable Income
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