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REIT & InvIT Cleared in Indian Real Estate Sector

Discussion in 'News' started by real_buzz, Aug 11, 2014.

  1. real_buzz Moderator

    Real estate investment trust or REIT has bought new lease of life for real estate developers in India especially smaller developers. SEBI or security and exchange board of India has cleared REIT and InviT to help real estate players in India to generate funds.
    Real estate developers have been suffering from cash crunch and these approvals will help sector in generating enough funds.
    Real estate sector is one of the most happening and attractive sectors in India but due to lack of liquidity, sector has been facing all kind of problems in last few years.
    It is being taught to open the sector for the inflow of approximately Rs 1 lac crore.
    New act will allow trading in units of REIT and InvIT which will also help real estate investors to invest in this sector without too much of complications.
    It will take some time before retail investors will get to invest in them with the minimum limit of Rs 2 lacs for REIT and Rs 10 lacs for InvITs.
    With REIT and InvIT, investor will be able to invest in real estate properties without owning them which means that these will be traded on security exchange like security and user will invest in units. It will be like buying mutual funds. But the general risk associated with real estate sector will be still there and will require due diligence from investor’s side.
    Industry has welcomed this decision and most of the real estate developer’s share are already rallied in BSE and NSE.

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