As such, who doesn't love the Rental Income from these REITs? REITs are known for their high distribution yield of 5-8%.
To those who want to learn more about REITs, please download Giraffe Value - The Complete Guide to REITs Singapore Investing (7 Chapters, 15,322 words):
Chapter 1 - REITs Singapore Chapter 2 - Investors' Expectation & Risks Chapter 3 - Understanding REITs Structure Chapter 4 - REITs Growth, Basic, Risks, Tricks Chapter 5 - REITs Sectors, Retail, and Office Chapter 6 - Industrial REITs, Hospital REITs, Hotel, Cross-border and FTSE ST REIT Index Chapter 7 - REITs Resources & Tools
A special shout-out to Giraffe Value. Thank you for this wonderful REITs book! I enjoyed it and thank you for giving me the permission to share this.
S-REITs: Important Component in my Portfolio Put it this way, owning S-REITs/REITs, in general, is akin to becoming a Landlord of multiple properties. Although real estate prices (even REITs' prices) may not appreciate as fast as share prices of companies, it still has a big advantage of providing a regular stream of passive rental income.
If you still do not get the picture, imagine being the owner of several properties and earning a constant stream of rental income every month. S-REITs puts this dream of owning several properties and collecting rental income within your reach (unlike owning several individual properties/apartments in Singapore which is beyond many Singaporeans' reach).
Conclusion - continue to buy REITs on the dip
S-REITs is such an important component in my Portfolio to earn a constant stream of passive income. And I believe it offers the highest passive income among all asset classes. I may be wrong. I will continue to slowly add on more REITs counters or shares each month. Hopefully, one day, I do own enough REITs that generate enough passive income to cover my monthly expenses. I will then become financially free!