REITs Investor Program
How will life be different then?
As a landlord, you get to collect rent from tenants in your malls and commercial offices.
So, in a nutshell, as long as your buildings stay occupied, you will continue to receive passive income from the monthly rent tenants pay you.
It is almost like buying a property and renting it out to individual tenants – but on a much LARGER scale.
However, buying premier real estate such as Vivo City, Plaza Singapura as a whole will prove to be a stretch for most retail investors.
And this is where REITs come in.
A REIT, is simply a trust company that pools together funds from investors and uses that money to acquire property… which will then be managed, developed and possibly sold in time to come.
In short, as a REIT investor, all you need to do is to sit back, relax and collect passive income year after year after year.
In fact, investing in REITs is the perfect vehicle for investors who don’t like risk, have lots of cash on hand and want to generate cash flow (between 6%-12% every year) to supplement their lifestyle.
Investing in REITs is especially popular and certainly very helpful for retirees and investors who don’t like to deal with finding and managing tenants, taking on any bank loans, manage complicated paperwork or risk the votility of the stock market.
Yes… in other words, REITs is all about passive income… and passive income in its purest form it is.
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