Real Estate Investment Trusts, are companies that own or finance income-producing real estate across a range of property sectors. Stock up with barrage of benefits, these real estate companies have to meet a number of requirements to qualify as REITs. Most REITs trade more on major stock exchanges, and they provide a number of benefits to investors. Industrial REITs are now growing to capture the burgeoning warehousing demand in the country. REITs own sizeable number of warehouse properties that support the global supply chain for the manufacture, storage, and shipment of goods of which the rapid growth of logistics facilities used for the delivery of products bought on the internet is noteworthy. With two successful back-to-back office REITs in the recent past, and a couple of more REITs lined up ahead, retail investors are gradually getting acquainted with the concept AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE LOGISTICS REIT is a very new concept for Indian Markets, wherein in the first REIT was only introduced in 2019 by US based Blackstone group that collaborated with South India based developed Embassy Group. Its portfolio included 7 office parks and 4 city centers. Two years later there are now three (Mind space Occupancy was 86% REITO Occupancy was 87% Brookfield Occupancy was 86% . REITs as an investment option have gained significant popularity among institutions & retail investors. SEBI governing body for REIT – has already introduced a series of amendments in favour of the investor community last year. In addition to that, to bolster investor interest in REITs, the Union Budget 2021-2022 announced a slew of measures to ease financial access by enabling FPIs to invest in debt instruments of REITs, and separately providing tax reliefs by exempting TDS on dividends paid to REITs.
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