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CapitaLand India Trust records 1QFY2024 net property income of INR3.07 bil, up 19% y-o-y

Bryan Wu
Bryan Wu • 2 min read
CapitaLand India Trust records 1QFY2024 net property income of INR3.07 bil, up 19% y-o-y
Total property income for the same period was up 26% y-o-y to INR4.15 billion or $66.9 million. Photo: CLINT
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(CLINT) has reported a net property income of INR3.07 billion ($49.4 million) for the 1QFY2024 ended March 31, up 19% y-o-y due to higher total property income and partially offset by an increase in total property expenses.

Total property income for the same period was up 26% y-o-y to INR4.15 billion or $66.9 million, thanks to higher rental income from existing properties and income contributions from CLINT’s acquisition and development of ITPH Block A, ITPP-H, Mahindra World City’s Industrial Facilities 2 and 3.

In March, the REIT completed the acquisition of the 1.4 million sqft aVance II, Pune — previously known as BlueRidge 3 Phase 1 — an IT special economic zone (SEZ) project in Hinjawadi, Pune of which 63% has been leased to multinational companies.

Also during the quarter, CLINT entered into a forward purchase agreement with Casa Grande Group to acquire three industrial facilities aggregating to 0.79 million sqft at OneHub Chennai. The Phase 1 acquisition is expected to be completed by 1H2025, with the transaction offering further diversification into the industrial asset class, says the REIT.

As at March 31, CLINT has a committed portfolio occupancy of 94%. Its properties span 21.0 million sqft, a 24% y-o-y increase in total floor area.

The REIT’s weighted average lease expiry (WALE) is at 3.4 years. According to the REIT manager, 40% of the leases expiring in 2024 will either be renewed or are “highly likely” to be renewed.

See also: Cordlife posts net loss of $11.57 mil for 1QFY2024 due to refund fulfilment

Units in CLINT closed 1.5 cents higher or 1.53% up at 99.5 cents on April 24.

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