Undoubtedly, you’ve by now seen at least one or more editorials, advertisements or talks extolling the virtues of S-REITs as an investment vehicle.

As S-REITs currently hold one of the highest proportions (over 10%) on Singapore’s stock market by market cap when compared to several other major exchanges, it should come as no surprise that much talk about equities and investing in Singapore should be uniquely focused on covering REITs.

As it stands, S-REITs are by now perhaps most famously known for benefits such as exposure to Singapore or foreign property sectors and relatively high dividend yields. For instance, the Straits Times Index (STI) offers a dividend yield of just over 3%, while S-REITs in Singapore are yielding well over 5%.

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