S-REITs are Real Estate Investment Trusts listed in Singapore, and M-REITs are REITs listed in Malaysia.

Ian likes to invest in S-REITs because there are more choices there with 40+ versus 17 counters only on Bursa Malaysia.

The second advantage is that S-REITs have a global portfolio. Their properties are scattered literally everywhere. Meanwhile, Malaysia REITs mainly consist of local real estates.

Another plus point is that the S-REITs have bigger portfolio size that is over RM10 billion, due to the growth strategy of acquiring more assets regularly.

And the main advantage ———- YIELD!!!
S-REITs are cheaper than M-REITs at the current market price. Therefore as investors, you will find better yield there.

Ian put up a case study during the webinar where he provided more details of Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust (MNACT), which derives rental income from commercial properties used for retail or office purposes in Hong Kong, China and Japan.
You can learn more about

  • the process of evaluation
  • the real estate portfolio quality
  • the Financial Results
  • the current stock valuation

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