nah no worries, this reits investment will only take up a small % of my overall portfolio. im invested in the other robos as well mah. But now got UOB simple invest for the balanced option which pays dividend also. Have about a month to decide between the two.
Looks like a good way to get REIT diversification if you are investing smaller sums.
I saw that in order to get 0.4% fees the minimum is 100K, so effectively $400 a year. Maybe that makes sense for a global equity portfolio but there is no way I am paying that for such a passive/bond-like REIT product.
Mapletree industrial trust rights issue which we have subscribe to it.
Where possible, will use the cash buffer in your portfolio to subscribe to these right issues. If the cash buffer is not sufficient, they will adjust your REIT portfolio to raise the necessary cash and subscribe to the rights
Horizon Asia-Pacific Property Income Fund - usu income-generating portfolio would focus purely on REITs.
However, there are property developers that pay high dividends as well. It is also important to be aware that the REITs market is not very mature outside Australia, Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong. Hence, it is important to have real estate exposure via developers instead.
The investment objective of the Asia-Pacific Property Income Fund is to seek long-term capital appreciation by investing at least 75% of its total assets in the quoted equities of companies or Real Estate Investment Trusts (or their equivalents) having their registered offices in the...
Janus Henderson Horizon Asia-Pacific Property Income Fund (the “Fund”)SGD Class A5m Distribution Shares (ISIN: LU2226123490)Fund Manager Page Endowus has selected the Fund as it offers: Clear income ...
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