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Indirect Property investment

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We all know that we can invest in property directly (by purchasing a physical building) or indirectly through the purchase of shares. Here is an article on investing in property indirectly, it explains the Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs)

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/markets/real-estate/realty-trends/5-smart-things-to-know-about-real-estate-investment-trusts-reits/articleshow/39937929.cms 

Another indirect investment in property avenue can be achieved through the Resilient Property Income Fund, which is a retail property loan stock listed on the JSE. it owns a portfolio of regional malls and shopping centers. Resilient Property Income Fund has increased it’s dividend by 20.94% to 168‚35c a unit. So we might consider investing in the Resilient Property Income Fund…

http://www.sacommercialpropnews.co.za/business-specialties/property-investment-south-africa/6930-resilient-property-income-fund-lifts-its-dividend-by-20-94.html

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2 thoughts on “Indirect Property investment

  1. Pingback: REITs – A Collective Investment Scheme | gschumann

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